Moody décor is getting more and more popular now, and more and more designers rock it. We adore dark spaces because they are relaxing, mysterious, eye-catching and different, it’s not about that light-filled aesthetics, it’s all about shades and dark beauty. Today I’d like to inspire you to decorate your bathroom in dark moody colors, and you’ll never regret that, whatever style you choose.
Most of moody dark bathrooms are done in minimalist, modern, wabi sabi, art deco, industrial styles because these styles look awesome and natural in dark colors. Add touches of rustic or vintage style for a chic and non-boring look. let’s take a closer look how to make your dark bathroom stand out.
Choose your style and consider it while decorating. You can go for dark grey, brown or black tiles or stone to add a textural look. Concrete is also a good fit if it’s moody enough, and wooden cabinets and countertops will add a refined touch. If you can afford this, opt for black marble countertops or even walls, you’ll love them. A mirror can also add style to the space and even make it up if it’s an impressive framed vintage or a large minimal one. Dark spaces need additional light, so keep it in mind while decorating, use pendants and hidden lights in the mirror and underneath the drawers.
Shower And Bathing Spaces
Clad your shower and bath space with dark tiles or stone for functionality, or it can be dark concrete for durability. While most of shower are decorated in laconic and minimalist ways, the bathing space can be and is to be your stunning focal point in the bathroom. Rock amazing copper bathtubs in vintage style to make a statement, or a black stone bathtub for a relaxing spa feel. Consider having some windows or much lights, otherwise your all-dark bathroom will look smaller than it is. Place candles all around the bathtub for a chic look and a relaxing touch.
Dark colors are often used for masculine spaces, so if you want to have one, that’s your option. Enliven your bathroom with potted greenery and flowers for a chic look, use copper and brass details to give your dark bathroom a chic look. To make it not boring, just play with textures and use natural materials like wood, stone and marble.