- by Byron
Let’s face it. Brown and white are the peanut butter and jelly of the interior design world. They pair well together, even in ways you wouldn’t expect. While they may not be particularly bright colors, a combination of brown and white can actually work very well in a bathroom designs, a space that often benefits from having a more modern look.
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The white walls help reflect light and open up the bathroom. But the brown counters design really tie everything together.
Image: Amory Brown
Cheerfully vintage, this bathroom is aided by a big splash of aqua. But it’s the white tiles that really do the talking.
Image: Chris Snook
Rich white tiles and a chocolate wood-paneled counter give this already charming bathroom a contemporary atmosphere.
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A small hint of light brown and white helps bring out the bathroom’s mauve coloring.
Image: Robert Dyson Design
Strong dark brown walls, tiling, and white accents helps this modern bathroom feel even bigger and more comfortable.
Image: Leicht Küchen AG
When in doubt, wood flooring can help invite an organic air into even the most modern bathrooms.
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This is another great example of a wood-floored bathroom. White walls brighten up the space and wood flooring anchors it all together.
Spacious and regal, this beautiful bathroom relies on hints of mahogany to masterfully set the scene. Notice the marble tiles and how they enrich the space even further.
Image: Ryan Duebber Architect, LLC
This bathroom has been given a relatively low-cost renovation with strong mahogany accents.
This bathroom might be small on space but it’s got a lot of charm to give. Note the wood shelving around the mirror and the casual, brown tile, retro brown paint job incorporated into the backsplash tiling.
Image: Summit Homes Group
Subtle hints of brown help add interest and bring out the brightness in the rest of the bathroom.
Dark counters and off-white walls help this bathroom feel like a luxurious, five star getaway.
Image: Nyla Free Designs
Dark colored furniture can help anchor an otherwise very light and open bathroom.
Image: Art by Veni
This European style bathroom benefits from its rich, white furnishings and subtle splashes of brown tiling.
Brown accents help bring out the brightness in the walls and help the room feel spacious.
Intriguing brown tiles and white accents give this bathroom a luxurious, modern atmosphere.
This mid modern bathroom is short on space but white accents help play with the light and help the room feel even bigger while brown, wood counters enrich the space.
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Wood paneling on the counters and tub almost gives this bathroom a vintage, Gentlemen’s club atmosphere while the white works double duty to help the wood shine through.
Image: Room at the Beach
Light browns paired with whites give any bathroom a gentle, comfortable feeling. It’s almost a country style bathroom but suitably modern all the same.
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Brown tiles and accents really bring out the brightness of the room while giving this bathroom some much-needed warmth.
Brown and white can be magical when paired together. Whether the room is modern, classical, or ranch style, brown and white work well to help give your bathroom some much needed personality.