Moody decor is growing in popularity and more and more designers are rocking it. We love dark spaces because they are relaxing, mysterious, eye-catching and different. It’s not about that light-filled aesthetic, it’s about shadows and dark beauty. Today I want to inspire you to decorate your bathroom in dark, atmospheric colors and you will never regret it, no matter what style you choose.
Most atmospheric dark bathrooms are designed in minimalist, modern, wabi sabi, art deco and industrial styles as these styles look amazing and natural in dark colors. Add a touch of rustic or vintage style for a chic and not boring look. Let’s take a closer look at how to make your dark bathroom stand out.
Choose your style and keep that in mind when decorating. You can opt for dark grey, brown or black tiles or stones for a textured look. Concrete also works well if it’s moody enough, and wooden cabinets and countertops add a sophisticated touch. If you can afford it, opt for black marble countertops or even walls, you will love them. A mirror can also add style to the room and even make it up if it is an impressive vintage frame or a large minimal. Dark rooms need additional light. So when decorating, remember to use pendants and hidden lights in the mirror and under the drawers.
shower and bath areas
Clad your shower and bath area in dark tile or stone for functionality, or it can be dark concrete for durability. While most showers are decorated in a laconic and minimalist way, the bathing area can and should be your stunning focal point in the bathroom. Rock fabulous vintage-style copper tubs to make a statement, or a black stone tub for a relaxing spa feel. If you have windows or lots of light, your dark bathroom will look smaller than it is. Place candles around the bathtub for a chic look and a relaxing touch.
Dark colors are often used for masculine spaces. So if you want one, this is your option. Liven up your bathroom with potted greens and flowers for a chic look. Use copper and brass details to give your dark bathroom a chic look. In order not to get bored, just play with textures and use natural materials like wood, stone and marble.