The bathroom is the perfect place to unwind, so creating a deeply luxurious space that you can sink back and relax in is a must when re-designing your bathroom.
The powerful contrast of black and white has led the way in current bathroom trends, with homeowners becoming more confident and taking on daring colour schemes. Paired with innovative product developments that create new colours and finishes to ceramics and accessories, there’s never been a better time to be brave and bold with your bathroom interior.
Black and white bathroom ideas
Juxtapose old with new
Juxtaposition has always been a fine art when it comes to interiors. Pairing two contrasting features, in this case, a modern black bath with traditional taps, allows each individual piece to stand out and project its unique characteristics.
Opt for a white sink and toilet to ensure your bathroom remains light and fresh, but pick up the black detail in the bath using monochrome floor or wall tiles and black accessories, such as a black heated towel rail, mirrors and shelving.
Pictured: Richmond Freestanding Bath Black
Add matte black taps
If you want to dip your toe into the monochrome bathroom trend, opt for traditional white ceramics with a bold feature. Matte black taps are paving the way in 2020/21 bathroom trends and will add a bold and contemporary touch to any bathroom. Basin taps and showers heads, traditionally metallic, are now shifting to matte black, revolutionising bathrooms with new detail and design.
Pictured: Mono Matte Black Basin Mixer
Monochrome bathroom tiles
If you prefer to use traditional ceramics and fittings, you can create a contemporary monochrome bathroom using black tiles and accessories. Create a fresh, clean harmonious look using a complete white bathroom suite and add texture and ambience with features such as slate tiles. Add a high contrast finish with black towels and bathmats.
Black shower screens
Black shower screens will add a boutique hotel feel to your bathroom and look slick when paired with a backdrop of contrasting white wall tiles. Don’t be afraid to go bold when it comes to your floor tiles, adding eye catching detail here will add character to your bathroom and will highlight the feature shower panel.
Pictured: Mono Square edge Bath Screen 6mm Glass
The finer details
It’s the finishing touches that make all the difference. Adding fine features like black frames and handles, included on the Brooklyn Floor standing Vanity and Frame pictured below, injects attention to detail. Pair with crisp, white bath linen for added sophistication.
Pictured: Brooklyn Floor standing Vanity and Frame
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