One of the most popular color schemes for the modern bathroom is gray. With an infinite number of shades of gray, you can come up with a unique look for your bathroom.
Bathroom design has come along way in the past few years. Gray bathrooms, with their infinite color combinations, are still at the forefront of interior design.
Whether you are designing a new home, remodeling an existing bathroom, or just looking to do some painting, take a look at these 25 gray bathroom ideas.
Gray Bathroom Ideas For Houses
We are starting with one of my favorites. The white fixtures offset the gray of the wall and floors.
The sizeable standing tub and washbasins sit on the bathroom floor and enhance the overall look of the bathroom.
This small bathroom looks good with the large gray stone tiles. The purple light shade provides a dash of color.
The white fittings contrast the gray tile exceptionally well.
This dark gray bathroom gets lit by natural light coming from the skylight. The light streams in over the shower enclosure.
This master bathroom uses the white shower, all as an accent wall.
This bathroom makes excellent use of the natural light it receives from the two large windows. I love the honeycomb motif being the bathtub along with the wooden floors and vanity.
The tiling makes the bathtub the focal point of the room.
The gray tiles of the backsplash get continued into the shower. The dark gray countertop matches the door and other fixtures.
The backsplash tile continues and becomes a solid grey in the shower enclosure.
Here is another excellent use as wood as an accent. They installed the tub on the wood floor that extends outside. Secondly, the wood accent on the wall brings focus to the gray tub.
The large windows provide natural light with high walls giving privacy.
We have taken the use of wood a step further in this bathroom. The bathtub got made from wood. The color and grain of the wood match the backsplash behind the floating white marble sink.
The pebbles below the sink and natural light from the high window gives a feeling of being outdoors.
This small bathroom makes use of a small space. With large gray tile behind the vanity and toilet and contrast of little gray
The tub is backed by a dark gray privacy screen, allowing natural light to stream into the room. The contrast of the black and gray vanity matches the floor and privacy screen.
The gray tile provides a neutral backdrop, drawing attention to the bathroom area with the large window.
The boat-shaped bath is the centerpiece of this bathroom. The gray walls are accented by a surrounding mirror that gives the feeling of extra space and light.
Gray Bathroom Ideas For Apartment
This large apartment bathroom has painted brick backsplash and a gray floating double vanity. With large windows look out on the city skyline. I imagine it would look amazing at night.
This gray and white bathroom has some great fixtures. The bathtub and sinks look like they got carved out of a solid block of stone.
The large red vanity basins pop when set against the gray wall. The feature wall got painted to look like a solid piece of granite.
The dark walls and black fixtures contrast the white sink and wooden vanity. The different sized “his and hers” mirrors give this room a futuristic look.
The gray stone floor along with the gray vanity look great with the stark white tub and sinks.
The small plant above the vanity adds a splash of color.
The bleached wood floors compliment the natural light coming through the large window. The polished concrete wall and gray tub and vanity look incredibly modern.
The large mirror behind the vanity gets illuminated by the light fixtures at night and sunlight during the day.
I really love the textured wallpaper and stone floor in this room. The shade of gray is perfect with the white tub and vanity.
The dark tiled floor and tub in the corner window is ideal for this apartment. The wooden accessories are a perfect match.
This is another shot from above showing the honeycomb-patterned floor. The large tub with a lamp makes a great place for relaxing and reading.
The corrugated wall behind the bathtub is a slightly lighter shade of gray than the rest of the bathroom.
The carved wood basins add a splash of color to the room.
I like the use of wood in this room. The bathtub sits on an outcrop of timber that flows up the wall and is lit by two pendant lights.
The simple wood vanity has “his and hers” sinks with a single mirror.
The dark gray paint walls with the inset shelves give an elegant minimalist look. The dark gray shade offets the wooden inlays of the shelving.
I would love to start my day in this bathroom. The floor tiles match the wall tiles and the irregular colors light up the room.
The simple tub shower combo and double sink vanity complete the room.
The tap unique tap fixture is really the star of this room. It looks incredible, however I don’t know ho efficient it would be.
The gray stone wall and black floating countertop look incredible.
The criss-cross of grain on the gray tiles provide an understated feature wall. The polished concrete of the floor matches perfectly.
Gray is a very adaptable color scheme. It can suit almost any home. Which of the above bathroom is your favorite gray bathroom idea? Vote below.