Photo By: Stuart Cohen & Julie Hacker Architects LLC; JamesThomas; Dave Burk, Hedrich-Blessing Photographers
Photo By: Lane Dittoe Photography
Dramatic Contrast in Guest Bathroom
For the guest bathroom, designers wanted a clean, bright space with some drama, so they started with white, shiplap walls, a durable, white marble countertop and white subway tile in the bathroom. Then, they added black floor tile and black faucets and accessories to create contrast and really make the space pop.
Dog silhouette wallpaper creates a fun, whimsical backdrop to this eclectic bathroom. A black vanity is topped with a simple white tiled countertop and backsplash, creating stylish contrast in the space.
Contemporary Master Bathroom With Mirrored Backsplash
The homeowners wanted a dramatic and luxurious look, but also functionality. The custom vanity features a neoclassical style, while concealing the power for blow dryers and curling irons. Beveled diamond-shaped mirrors are used to create a sophisticated backsplash.
Pre-War Transitional Bathroom With Touches of Glam
This bathroom was long and narrow, so the space needed to be opened up both functionally and visually, which was achieved by elevating everything off the floors. A black-and-white color palette with touches of gray keeps the design simple and clean, and dimension is added through a variety of textures—the marble subway tiles, mixed metals and using light grouting to juxtapose the black floor tiles.
Black hexagonal tile with contrast grout makes a bold and sleek statement in this contemporary bathroom. The floating vanity is clean-lined and simple, while the window beside it bathes the space in natural light. A frameless glass enclosure screens the shower, which also features a black tile floor, creating a continuous line that adds visual dimension to the space.
This small, contemporary bathroom in California got a clean and crisp remodel with bold black-and white tile. The pattern on the floor gives the room punch, while clean white hexagonal tile on the shower walls adds its own visual interest without detracting from the room's focal point.
This attic bathroom has all the graphic drama of an M.S. Escher print, thanks to its geometric black-and-white tile floor. To keep the focus on that pattern, the rest of the room is simple: white backsplash, round mirror and a floating wood vanity.
Contemporary Master Bathroom With Black-and-White Palette
Long, rectangular gray tiles ground this contemporary black-and-white bathroom. Sleek black cabinets are accented by gleaming chrome hardware and marbled gray countertops. The tub features the same facade, creating a consistent look and the perfect spot to relax. Design by Tracey Byrne
A contemporary soaker bathtub is set up on a riser to give it maximum views of downtown San Diego. Black-and-white mosaic tiles create a contemporary, graphic backdrop to the bathroom. A small balcony houses a sleek, red chair for relaxing by the bay.
Black and White Contemporary Bath with Hexagonal Tile
Hexagonal tile in two sizes creates a high-contrast black and white color scheme that brings drama and panache to this California bathroom. The contemporary room features a trough-style sink and chic brass accents that warm up the space. Frameless glass shields the room from splashes but doesn't obstruct the crisp, clean view.
Hexagon gray tile is used to create a chic, contemporary glass shower. Black-and-white graphic tile is used for a stylish floor, while a straight-lined black vanity is paired with a chunky gray countertop. Starburst decorations add a touch of whimsy to the space.
Black and White Master Bathroom With Custom Medicine Cabinets
In a master bath designed for a couple, JamesThomas Design created a space with rich architectural detailing and a simple black-and-white color scheme. Above the his-and-hers vanity, the design team fixed mirrors in frames with a mirrored medicine cabinet between the two mirrors.
A powder room is a great place to create a sense of drama as it is small and intimate and is visited for just a few minutes at a time. The black/white/gray geometric cement tiles continue the theme from the kitchen to bathroom. The pattern in this powder room is a bit different but the flooring adds a bit more drama.