Are you planning to remodel your bathroom?
Redecorating the bathroom can seem like a daunting task but if you have done enough studying, you can get through with hard work.
Pay more attention to your tired old bathroom, and you will be amazed at the results.
Cosentino recommends those who are renovating their bathroom and are looking for inspiration to choose a colour scheme for their bathroom that will stand the test of time.
Go classic grey and white to make your bathroom outstanding. To add personality and individual style to this space, look at infinite materials for flooring, toilets, wall cladding, and cupboards.
Cosentino said grey and white tones can spruce up the bathroom and homeowners should choose a strong style that resonates well with the other rooms in their homes. This perfect combination allows for a touch of colour to be added later in the form of accessories and furniture, with an enduring and impeccable base.
Here are our five ideas for designing a grey and white bathroom that will completely change the look of it.
The Belle Epoque Bathroom
A grey and white bathroom are perfect for a Belle Epoque or 1920s-inspired style. Opt for a black or very dark grey marble on the walls or floor for a theatrical effect. Bring these elegant materials together with one wallpapered wall. A wallpaper with a Japanese-design is recommended for a standout feature in your bathroom.
The Industrial-style Bathroom
An industrial-style grey and white bathroom should always have some features in black, for example, iron edging, taps or furniture (a stool or armchair). Opt for a sober base colour on the walls and floor to lend visual continuity to space. The grey Kreta by Dekton model and the white Calacatta Gold by Silestone are interesting colours, both of which lend themselves perfectly to this style. Other options for an industrial finish in your bathroom are micro-cement and hydraulic floor tiles.
The Rustic Grey and White Bathroom
The third design proposal for your grey and white bathroom is a rustic style. Although you may find these colours a little cold at first for a traditional design, they work perfectly together. The key to combining them is wood, with worktops, for example, and a vintage-style toilet and washbasin. Go for a freestanding bathtub with or without legs and complete the rustic bathroom look with baskets and a straw chair.
The Nordic Style, Forever Grey, and White
There couldn’t be two more perfect colours for the Nordic Style than grey and white. Pale tones and a “powder” finish are recommended. Straight lines, natural beech wood and wall-hung toilet and washbasins reign in Nordic bathrooms. In this way, you’ll achieve a very clean and architectural style. Cosentino also recommends adding further character to the room like a banana plant in a natural fibre pot and simple long mirrors for effortless style. The result will be an organic and balanced room.
The Fail-Safe Minimalist Bathroom
The next idea is perfect for those looking to update their bathroom whilst keeping things simple. If you’re a fan of modern grey and white bathrooms with the latest technology and all the comforts, the minimalist trend is for you. Picture a stunning shower cubicle, a full-length heated towel rail, a wall-hung toilet with a concealed water tank for a seamless touch and a super sleek finish for the walls and flooring. This style is undeniably sober and functional: no vanity kits or bathtubs with legs for this stylish design.