21,759 dark wood tones Bath Design Photos

Hansgrohe USA
7 Reviews
The Silverstein Home
Enter the new Silverstein master bath. The warm, dark wood tones offer an immediate Zen-like atmosphere. Contrasting white accents add a dose of bright cheer, making for a blissful escape. An Axor Citterio tub filler provides a modern touch and enhances the bathing experience. Photos by: Patrick Heagney
The floor. Think about how you want it to feel under your feet..what size pebbles..i think the darker tones are effective and make
warm dark wood tones, contrasted with white
into the wood floors in some sort of pattern
Dark colors against the white tub
like the dark grout - looks
Small space with dark colors makes it cozy
Wood look tiles and pebble floor
“Axor freestanding tub filler” — kristenlda
Jeremy Harnish Designer Finishes
2 Reviews
Newport ocean front
What is the wood tile? Where does it come from?
Beautiful dark wood tones.
Extra bath wood side
Bathroom in brown tones
Dark brown wood cabinets
dark stained wood...dark wood...Dark wood features
“Counter top design for downstairs bath” — 70fremont
Charleene's Houses, LLC
6 Reviews
I like the mix of colors-gray, white, and the dark wood tone. I also like the simplicity of the room.
Dark counter grey and white
Dark and modern bathroom
Dark walls light ceiling
grey and dark wood...white wood...wood cabinets...wood trim
“Wall color” — Leslie Shain
Erica Winterfield Design
Lloyd Avenue Residence
Is the countertop same wood as vanity? Tile behind sink.
Lighting Dark Wood Tones, flooring & cabinet Mixture of textures Clean lines & uncluttered
use of space textures contrast of white with dark wood
white sink, dark wood, tile backdrop
wood around sink (floating)
dark stained wood countertop
light wood floor
“i like the floating cabinet.. the light fixture.. the feel” — Violetta Grosshandler
Greene Designs LLC
18 Reviews
Shoreline Modern Master Bath
Dark wood tones and light fixtures. :)
Dark bamboo, sinks - master bath
The bamboo plants and the cabinets! Go wood!
" in the same sentence, you probably picture the peeling boxes in your first apartment. These are definitely not that! New styles include exotic woods, as seen here, textured metals and creative patterns.
“I like this but without the vessel sinks” — pamela_r_jones
Portal Design Inc
1 Review
Phinney Ridge Seattle
Can you tell me about the wood around the tub and vanity? It's beautiful.
bathroom with slate floor and wood
White walls, dark floors, wood tones, hanging terrariums
white sink, dark floor, wood details, tile backsplash
plants, slate gray tile, light blue glass tile wood tub surround
Duravit Paivoa with shower curtain, wood surround and step
dark floor with white tile and wood
like aqua tiles against white/wood vanity and dark tiles ? main bathroom
dark floor makes everything more vibrant
Combination of gray floor tile, lite glass wall tile and dark wood
This also plays into the verticality of the mirror, which has interior lights on both sides.The blue portion of the vanity is lacquered MDF, while the wood elements here and on the tub surround are walnut.Backsplash: Seattle Tile Company; countertop: Caesarstone; sink: Vero, Duravit; faucet: Metris, Hansgrohe;
“Floor” — Bridget Legrazie
Hensley Premier Builders
6 Reviews
Frisco European
Crema Marfil + Dark Vanity color combo
crema marfil + dark wood + stone accent
I like the wood and the time on the floor
Dream house, tile and nice blending. wood a little too dark.
The tub, like the wood and small base around it.
dark wood, neutral tones
Dark wood to match cabinets
wood style tub apron
Marfil with dark wood
Wood woek...dark wood
“Window to shower / blue shower” — cuelight
Jason Ball Interiors, LLC
16 Reviews
Allen Residence - Whole Home Design and Remodel
In the vein of a high end boutique hotel, this master bathroom was remodeled with cool shades of blue and dark espresso wood tones. Custom vanity is a free standing piece. Granite counters, recycled glass tile complete the look.
Can you tell me where I can get these mirrors or what are they called? Are they wood or metal? Thank you!
Unfortunately I don't have that information readily available. We selected a gray blue to coordinate with the slight blue tones in the backsplash tile.
Dark cabinets, light granite and
“Nice color combo's.” — aeb35forever
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