Dark Floor BathroomDark Floor Bathroom

Black & white or dark color is a popular flooring combination today. These colors are so often overlooked but are so unique. You will find these colors everywhere from linens to home furnishings to flooring. As a matter of fact, in most homes it is hard to avoid seeing these colors. Most commonly they are found in restrooms and all over the home as a flooring option.


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Dark Floor Bathroom. Generally the darker tile is better on the floor for the reasons mentioned above not show the dirt etc and because it has more visual weight to ground the room. The dark walls of this bathroom from Made by Girl contrast beautifully with the brightly colored concrete floor and makes the bright pink of the towels almost seem to leap off the wall. Think about the natural light the space receives- too much dark tile on the walls will make the space dark and gloomy.

You can combine the dark floor with a round bathroom sinks so that your bathroom will look more elegant. Porcelain is the material that is popular for being waterproof, smooth as well as sturdy. In case you like to get a more personalized sink, you can get the custom made sinks according to your needs, tastes, liking and budget. This way, you can get a sink that suits well with the style of your bathroom.

Use hex tiles of some neutral color and floor tiles of the same shades for a peaceful look or go for hex white tiles on the walls and subway dark ones on the floor. Easy to maintain a low-contrast look with low-maintenance dark grout. Its better to combine dark and light shades of blue or play on the contrast of dark.

A good option is to use dark blue mosaics or glossy subway tiles that will add a sparkling effect to your shower area or other parts of the bathroom. Bathroom – large contemporary master beige tile and porcelain tile dark wood floor and brown floor bathroom idea in Phoenix with flat-panel cabinets brown cabinets beige walls an undermount sink quartzite countertops a hinged shower door and white countertops.

Hides dirt and grime. Tiles are a more durable version for any space and here possibilities are endless. You can also create an adorable mosaics using hex tiles of different colors or a trendy. Wood marble tile and more each convey the surprising appeal that a darker floor can bring to a bathroom. The main kind of material for walls and floors must certainly be a dark blue bathroom tile. You can easily find all types of patterns and colors for your space.

Dark elegant bathroom features a dark stained double washstand adorned with polished nickel pulls topped with white marble fitted with his and hers sinks and vintage faucets placed under a frameless full length mirror alongside a gray medallion rug layered atop gray staggered tiled floors. Some light wall surfaces will help brighten the space. Secondly the dark floor should combine with the color of the walls and the whole decor in your bathroom.