You want your bathroom to feel both relaxing and clean, which is why black and white is a universally appealing palette for this space. Stainless steel, gold, and even brass fixtures look great paired with it, and the neutral backdrop offers so much versatility for accessorizing.
Designer SuzAnn Kletzian transformed a dark Chicago bathroom into a luxurious escape thanks to a marble shower, statement floors, and black picture frame trim on the doors and walls.
This New Jersey home's spa-inspiredby designer Colleen Bashaw features a stunning Claire bathtub from Signature Hardware. To balance out the modern tub, Bashaw added palm leaf wallpaper and some trippier flooring.
Designers Ray Booth and Elizabeth Kennedy under-mounted twin Kathryn sinks from Kohler in this master bathroom in Houston, Texas. But it's the bold black window frames and treatments that stand out most.
An Alexander McQueen skull pillow was the main source of inspiration for designer SuzAnn Kletzien for this en suite bathroom in Chicago. "I wanted drama!" Kletzien says. Gold accents only helped enhance the vibe.
Rustic is the first thing that comes to mind in this master bathroom in Lake Martin, Alabama by designer Susan Ferrier. A dark stain on the cabinetry allows the white countertop and interior of the tub to pop.
Calacatta marble walls are the star of this San Francisco master bathroom by designer Palmer Weiss. Even though the room is mostly white, the black and grey veins in the marble give the space depth.
"I wanted the nostalgic look of a black-and-white bathroom," Leslie Klotz says of the space in her Manhattan apartment. "And I used high-gloss paint [Benjamin Moore's Black] because it felt sexy."
Designer Deirdre Doherty refreshed the master bathroom in this old Spanish Revival home in Los Angeles by going bold with the floors and positioning a free-standing tub smack dab in the middle of the room.
This Los Angeles powder room by designer Betsy Burnham features Ann Sacks's went for a mix of tile and didn't hold back.
The black-tiled flowers on the floor of this Victorian San Franciscan house feel delightfully nostalgic, but don't miss that crystal ship chandelier, which designer Ken Fulk says "was a whimsical last-minute selection."
Kristen Ewart designed this tiny California beach house bathroom with Fireworks wallpaper by Albert Hadley. "This polka-dotty print with the pink herringbone shower curtain just makes me happy," says Ewart.
Designer Lee Ann Thornton added horizontal shiplap walls to this Greenwich, Connecticut bathroom to create a rustic vibe. But thick, black mirror frames and hardware keeps it feeling modern.
It's hard to miss the ebonized vanity in the master bathroom of this New Jersey home, designed by Michael Aiduss. The wall-mounted mirror is just the glamorous cherry on top.
Designer Mark D. Sikes broke all the rules in this tiny West Hollywood bathroom by painting the walls in tight space black lacquer, instead of a typical light color. This choice makes the room feel like a jewel box.
The compact wainscoted powder room in this Santa Barbara home, designed by Christina Rottman, features walls clad in fabric. The metallic sink adds some shine.