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Art Deco Inspired Black & White Baths

April 9, 2012

by Emily

I admittedly take a trip down the online real estate rabbit hole all the time checking out potential apartments in neighborhoods all around the city. They may or may not be in my price range, but hey, that’s part of the fun. One apartment feature that I’ve noticed popping up time and time again is the black and white bathroom. Whether it be a new design informed by the Art Deco style or an original, I am a big fan of this simple but distinctive. Whether you achieve the black and white look via paint trim, wall coverings, tile, lighting selections, or even towels, it is surely to create a solid, timeless look in your bath.

Take a look at these examples:

(via Apartment Therapy)
I love the modern stripes and simultaneous texture created from the moldings.

(via Architectural Digest)
I think that over-sized subway tile in black paired with the glamorous mirrored tub makes for such a welcoming bath, no?

(via Elle Decor)
This basically combines the first two photographs with stripes and a bathtub with an interesting finish. I love that the purple seating and shades add a little color interest.

It is possible I just really like those hot pink monograms… well, and that really great countertop and mirror. Notice how that framed mirror is actually hung over the wall mirror. Love that look. Ok yeah, so I like it all.

(via House and Home)
The black trim on the windows really makes this bathroom pop. Then again, so do those Hermes boxes. Hmmm.

(via Habitually Chic)
This bathroom belongs to Jenna Lyons, so it’s perfect. Those chevron floors really won me over.

(via House Beautiful)
I love that the dotted wall paper is not only black and white, but patterned!!

(via Southern Living)
I love that they’ve applied a hexagon tile to the wall adding pattern and texture.

How do you feel about the black and white Art Deco inspired bath?

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