Bathroom Design Trend: Black and White Bathroom Tile
After years of white subway tile reigning supreme as the bathroom look of choice, this year, bathroom tile design is moving towards a bolder--if no less neutral--look: the high-contrast combination of black and white. It's a look we love both for its visual impact and its versatile appeal that allows it to fit just as well in a traditional space as it does a modern one. If you're considering a neutral look for your bathroom design, take a look through these beautiful black and white bathroom tile inspiration photos. A Pop of Pattern. While the color in this space might be neutral, the tile design is anything but. A floral pattern gives this bathroom a high-style focal point.
Updated Vintage. A crisp, high contrast color scheme gives Victorian lines a contemporary edge, bringing this space into present day.
Bold Black and White. This look is essentially the opposite of the relaxing spa retreat that's been at the core of bathroom design trends over the last few years. But perhaps that's what makes this design feel so fresh and original.
Retro Revival. The checked floor pattern is decidedly vintage, and pairs perfectly with the walnut wood tones. A frameless shower and crisp white subway tile on the walls keeps the look from feeling dated.
Crisp and Contemporary. Proving just how versatile black and white design is, this next look takes the color combo in an entirely different direction, creating a space that's the epitome of sleek and modern.
Dark Details. This space is the perfect example of black and white working in harmony: Here, black serves to ground a primarily white, high-ceilinged bathroom.
In the Lines. A single strip of black tile breaks up a white wall, adding a striking feature to a simple design.
From The Ground-Up. In a space with stunning architectural features, an intricate, high-contrast pattern on the floor feels appropriate and manages to hold its own against the rest of the room's beautiful detail.
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