Bathroom trends are ever changing, and how you pull them off will depend on many things, including your own individual style, the size of your bathroom and the look and feel of the rest of your house.
With all that to contemplate, we thought we would showcase a trend that is simple to pull off, won’t go out of fashion and will look great no matter the size of your room… grey!
Please don't panic at the mention of grey. It's a colour that's all too often associated with negative things like rain clouds or bad moods - which is actually pretty unfair. If done well, grey can add a real uplift to your bathroom decor, making it look modern, bright and ultra-stylish.
There are many different tones of grey to use, all of which co-ordinate brilliantly with other brighter coloured accessories, like a lime green towel or even a baby pink bath mat! Grey also adds a calming feel to any space, which, if you think about it, is exactly what you need in what should be the most relaxing room in your home.
Thankfully the days of avocado bathroom suites are behind us, meaning it's highly likely your bathroom will feature white ceramics. This makes it ideally suited for the addition of a few grey elements, without overpowering the room. So here are a few grey bathroom ideas for you to try:
Grey is the new white as people are seeking a contrast from the white of their ceramic furniture by introducing grey furniture into their bathroom. Our grey Camberley range offers attractive traditional furniture in a contemporary grey colour, which will really help to set the scene in your bathroom.
Painting the walls a dark slate grey will help to make any other colours really stand out, creating a luxurious feel to the room. Matching dark walls with white furniture and a pop of colour through towels and other accessories works really well.
These Zena Grey Glazed Porcelain tiles will help to create a light, spa-like environment for you to enjoy.
Grey tiles are a great way to add colour to your decor, without having to replace or redesign the whole bathroom. These can either be for the walls or the floor, or maybe even both (depending on your budget).
Using a range of different shades of grey adds a real touch of style and luxury. Why not try to combining grey and white walls or flooring with black furniture? We think this room looks gorgeous with a mix of subtle colours.
If your budget doesn't stretch to a full bathroom refurb, why not simply upgrade your storage?
Most of the grey bathroom ideas we've showcased come from individual styles, so we'd love to hear how you would incorporate grey into your bathroom. Leave us a comment below or tweet us: @VictoriaPlumUK #GreyBathroomIdeas