Gray and Blue Bathrooms Blue bathrooms are simply timeless, and they never fail to impress. But this winter, try out something beyond the usual and venture beyond the classic color duo of blue and white by bringing gray into the spectrum. Gray and blue as a combination is far more exciting and it presents you with a wide range of opportunities, as you can even add white as the third color in the room. Lighter shades of blue can also be used extensively, even as gray takes a backseat in these elegant bathrooms.
Round Vessel Sinks in White and Dark Tones Round sinks with the recognizable shape of a bowl are perhaps the most popular vessel sinks. They have the power to make your bathroom look more elegant, classy and noble. The clean shape of a round sink carries a certain reputation and can undoubtedly assure your bathroom’s wealthy appearance. We like to play around with contrasts and as there are surely many round sinks out there to choose from, the simple tones of white and black or grey are the ones that bring most calming energy into the space.
Spunky Orange and Serene Gray When it comes to blending gray with a bright color, orange is our personal favorite. Considered a risky choice until recently, orange is being used far more extensively in modern bathrooms, and even a small dose of this energetic hue can completely alter the visual appeal of your bathroom. Orange is peppy, spirited, cheerful, fun and vivacious - everything that you might say gray is not! And as with everything else in life, opposites work brilliantly well, even with color palettes.
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