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Gray and White Bathrooms Are Classic and Chic
If you are looking for a timeless yet chic decor style for your bathroom, starting with a neutral color scheme like white and gray is an easy solution. Not only does it allow for a lot of room for error (gray always matches with other grays, and with white), but it's also understated, which means that other elements of your decor can take precedence.
If you want to feature a stunning freestanding tub, or bring attention to the large windows or alcove corner, gray and white will allow you to do that. The white keeps the space light enough, while gray adds some movement.
You can also play with textures with this scheme: think pebble walls, natural stone, and interesting tile patterns.
Above, a beach-style bathroom by William Guidero Planning and Design, via Houzz, that features a beautiful horizontal stripe wall treatment. This wall style will make narrow spaces look wider.Continue to 2 of 17 below.
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Classic and Affordable Gray and White BathroomContinue to 3 of 17 below.
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Gray and White Farmhouse Industrial BathroomContinue to 4 of 17 below.
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Modern Gray and White Master Bathroom
Clean lines, lots of light, and enough storage space for a family of six are the main features of this modern master bathroom by Goodchild Builders. Rectangular vessel sinks and drop faucets make a beautiful contrast, and the granite countertop provides balance between light and dark.Continue to 5 of 17 below.
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Ornate Gray and White Bathroom
This beautifully ornate bathroom by EJ Interiors features a bleached driftwood mirror frame, a marble floor tile mosaic and an alcove shower with large marble tiles. The difference in veining from floor to shower tiles really brings this bathroom to life, and the mirror frame provides a wonderful focal point.Continue to 6 of 17 below.
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Simple Family Gray and White Bathroom
This bathroom by Jason Snyder has a wonderful, family-friendly simplicity that highlights the benefits of using gray and white. As a neutral color scheme, anyone in the family feels welcome: it's not overly feminine nor masculine. The subway shower tile alternates white and gray tile for some fun and movement, and a round mirror contrasts the square vanity.Continue to 7 of 17 below.
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Gray and White Bathroom With Patterned Wallpaper
A very light marble countertop contrasts with a gray patterned wallpaper in this bathroom by Cory Connor Designs. The overmount sink has the heightened profile of a vessel sink, but with a little more depth. White wall panelling complements the wallpaper with its rectangular shape.Continue to 8 of 17 below.
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Gray and White Elegant-Vintage Bathroom
Gray, white, pewter and black work together in this gorgeous bathroom by Shed Brand Studios. The stained glass window is especially impressive, and forms the heart of this bathroom, design-wise. Notice how the chandelier is hanging smack in the middle of the window, providing wonderful curvy contrast to the rectangular shape behind it.Continue to 9 of 17 below.
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Apartment Bathroom in Gray and White
A simple white two-drawer vanity with a gray stone countertop dominates the space against a gray wall. This bathroom by Jennifer Worts also features a bevelled mirror for extra reflection, and an acrylic stool for a touch of modern style. Perfect for an apartment update.Continue to 10 of 17 below.
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White Bathroom With Gray Subway Tile
A dark gray subway tile adds drama to this white bathroom by Urrutia Design. The natural stone countertop is just a little grayer than the white vanity, which makes a nice transition between the tile wall and the rest of the space. A few minimal flower arrangements provide a welcoming organic touch.Continue to 11 of 17 below.
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Spacious White and Gray Bathroom
Featuring Benjamin Moore's Mooshine pale gray shade, this spacious bathroom by Soucie Horner uses layers of white and gray to keep the decor classic, timeless, and traditional. Classic marble tile contrasts with a pure white porcelain freestanding tub, while dark gray curtains and silver accent table give depth and richness.Continue to 12 of 17 below.
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Modern Victorian Gray and White Bathroom
How do you keep a Victorian feel when renovating your bathroom? This design by Granit keeps Victorian features like the wood paneling and freestanding tub, with added modern touches like a tankless toilet and a floating sink. A small wall shelf provides some storage space, and lots of mirrors with distressed framed add light and a retro feel.Continue to 13 of 17 below.
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Modern Industrial Gray and White Bathroom
The subway tile and hex marble stone floor feel definitely modern, but the open washstands have an industrial feel. This quirky bathroom by The Cottage Company features his-and-hers washstands with visible plumbing and retro hardware and practical pivot mirrors.Continue to 14 of 17 below.
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Gray and White Bathroom With Checkerboard Flooring
Unusually wide, the sink in this bathroom by C.P. Hart, via Houzz, attracts all the attention. It is complemented by an also very wide mirror, and a small shelf. The gray subway tile keeps the space harmonious and seamless, and a checkerboard floor adds a retro, funky feel.Continue to 15 of 17 below.
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Gray and White Cottage Bathroom
This large, wonderfully lighted master bathroom by Muskoka Living features large light fixtures, gray-framed windows surrounding the mirrors, and a Tetris-like marble flooring tile. Light gray shipslap wall paneling and retro faucets add a touch of nostalgia.Continue to 16 of 17 below.
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Gray and White Boy's Bathroom
Medium gray walls and a green dinosaur dominate this small boy's bathroom by Shophouse Design. The mirror at the back of the alcove adds depth, and the white shower curtain reflects the light from the window, making the room appear bigger.Continue to 17 of 17 below.
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Gray and White French-Style Master Bathroom
A French-style mirror placed against the wall and an equally French armchair add lots of personality to this bathroom by Jennifer Backstein Interiors. The spacious arrangement gives lots of space for the clawfoot tub (with appropriately ornate clawfeet), and a large marble floor tile finishes the whole off in luxury.