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Create Some Delightful Drama In Your Home With These Dark Bathroom Ideas

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Forget those safe, pearly white bathrooms, black is the colour tone that needs to be added to your home this year.

Traditionally, black is not often considered a proper shade for bathrooms as it can sometimes shrink spaces and make rooms feel claustrophobic, but if you are looking for the antithesis of bright, white bathrooms, and something that offers a substantial wow factor to your bathroom, black is the perfect choice.

See: Luxurious bathroom ideas you’ll never want to leave

Black never goes out of fashion, so injecting it into your bathroom will guarantee your decor never turns stale, and is always full of class and sophistication.

Black Bathroom with Wood PANELING

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To further enhance the imposing feeling black coloured bathrooms can create, add dark wooden paneling across the walls.

Wood is a fab way of breaking up the space and giving the room a different edge that a tiled or painted dark bathroom can offer.


Black walls

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Black bathrooms combine modern and traditional elements and always create an imposing room.

For those looking for a fuss-free, dark bathroom with a sleek design go for black on the walls and break it up with traditional fixtures and flooring.

Black walls can be the perfect quick change for those looking for a dark bathroom but not will to commit to permanent black features like sinks, baths, showers or storage units.


Black APPLIANCES

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Have you ever looked down into your sink in the morning and seen specks of dirt and stain staring back at you? Then it might be time to embrace dark fittings.

Going for a beautifully crafted and designed fixture set helps transform your bathroom into a contemporary escape and somewhere for you prepare for a new day or unwind after a long week.


Dark zen

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There is no quicker way to creating the perfect zen escape than going dark in the bathroom.

The dark tones allow you to play with a number of different ideas to create that perfect getaway room. Think greenery, stones, inventive ambient lighting fittings and wood.


Moody Cabinets

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Black cabinets with straight edges and a dark pallet offer a sharp and modern feeling, rather than creating a cave like room.

Black cabinets can refresh a dark bathroom at a minimal cost, while also showing off your design skills at the same time.


Dark with life

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If an entirely dark bathroom does not suit you, break it up with a touch of nature.

The great aspect of dark colours in a bathroom allow you to play with a variety of tones and schemes.

Add greenery, plants, flowers or even faux flower walls to transform the space into a fully formed, spa-like rather than a claustrophobic and oppressive room.


Black Modern

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With a neutral tone like black it opens up a number of different colour schemes that provide wonderful contrasts.

Fittings that include floating cabinets, sinks and toilets, with contemporary lighting are essentials for a modern bathroom.


Shiny Black

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Black and gloss go hand and hand. Shiny bathrooms can make sure you avoid the dreaded dark cave effect room.

Add in lots of mirrors and light to create a dark shiny room full of class and sophistication.


Dark ROOM

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Dark and luxurious, this example of a black infused bathroom evokes that luxe vibe everyone wants to feel.

Add modern touches like a sunken bath, wet room and stylish lighting alternatives to carve out the dark bathroom of your dreams.


Striking tiles

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To complete the black bathroom effect, tiles are where to finish.

Mix and match with a number of colours to create a stylish space.

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