When it comes to bathroom design, bright whites and fun pops of color seem to be pretty popular, and for good reason, sure. But if you want to create a sexy, intimate, sleek, and chic environment, an all-black, everything approach will never let you down. Ahead, get inspired by fifteen striking black bathrooms.
Interior design firm Robson Rak embraced the small size of this powder room by making it feel snug and intimate with black tiles, mood lighting, and dark cabinets under the smoky natural stone sink.
The black lights, fixtures, and cabinet details in this bathroom by Martyn Lawrence Bullard sharpen up the swirls of gray marble throughout. The lush plants and wood ceiling and vanity help maintain a sense of place.
A scenic wallpaper and black clawfoot tub give this contemporary bathroom by Nicole Hollis a hint of old world charm and glamour.
A spacious black marble shower is the quiet star of this Hecker Guthrie-designed bathroom. The frosted glass walls, floor-to-ceiling glass partition, and sleek concrete floor ensure flow and a feeling of openness.
When paired together, florals can be edgy and black can be dainty. In this bathroom designed by Studio DB, the dark gray marble floating sink pops against the colorful wallpaper and black paint.
Nicole Hollis went for a range of grays with granite countertops, a concrete-effect paint for the walls, black grout under white subway tiles, black cabinets and lighting, and an antique mirror.
To ground the whimsy of the wallpaper and bird motifs on the ceiling, designer Thom Filicia opted for black walls. The white trims soften the black and connect it with the lighter elements of the space, too.
Don’t just go noir on the cabinets—bring the black theme to the windows, too, as Nicole Hollis did with these shutters.
Convert an antique dresser into a vanity for a truly-one-of-a-kind statement in the bathroom. This bathroom designed by Studio Life/Style paired it with classic black and white marble floors, delicate candlestick sconces, and and large gold-framed mirror.
Yes, black and white can playful and youthful. In this bathroom in a family home designed by Chango & Co., the the schoolhouse sink and red stool and sconce add to a contemporary farmhouse vibe.
This black-and-white bathroom designed by Tamsin Johnson is easy-going elegance defined. The stone counters, classic towels, artful sconce, and round mirror prove that minimalism can also have a unique edge.
Rather than tucking the bathtub faucet between the window and tub, Hecker Guthrie decided to give it the spotlight by floating it in the center of the room. The edgy matte black finish corresponds with the black frame mirror, tub, cabinets, and doors while the luxe marble floors brighten up the room.
Red and black is by far the biggest power couple when it comes to color schemes. In this bold, eye-catching bathroom, Miles Redd opted for Scalamandré’s iconic red, zebra-print wallpaper and graphic shower tiles for a bold look.
Keep a black bathroom fresh by swapping in seasonal and bright florals. In this space designed by Nicole Hollis Studio, the mix of materials along with the pretty orange flowers add some visual interest.
If you aren’t ready to go all-black, opt for clean and classic black-and-white color scheme like this. Without the moisture and humidity from a shower to worry about, you can show off an antique, like this grandfather clock. It’s ideal for filling a narrow span of wall and adding a sharp black accent.