If you want a spa-like bathroom, gray is the way to do it. All of these spaces feature charcoal, slate or silver shades that set a sophisticated, yet luxurious tone to help you start your day on the right foot.
This Hamptons bathroom, designed by Amy Lau, is the definition of sleek. The master bath features a Wetstyle tub with a gray open shelving attachment that serves as a modern focal point.
"I love a glamorous bathroom," designer Marshall Watson says. He turned the master in this Florida house into a spa-like oasis with floor-to-ceiling windows, soft gray walls and flooring and a cast-iron tub.
Designer Suellen Gregory paired Nina Campbell's geometric Ornella wallpaper in shades of gray to temper the feminine hue featured on this Virginia townhouse bathroom's rosy curtain.
The beach is right outside this house in Marina del Rey, California, which is why designer Daleet Spector added large windows to let in more light and incorporated subtle color with the tile and sink to keep the space clean and bright.
This spa-inspired New Jersey-based bathroom by Colleen Bashaw isn't afraid of a little pattern play. Cole & Son's Palm Leaves wallpaper creates a tropical vibe, without overwhelming the space with color.
The bathroom in this Victorian row house in Washington, designed by Barry Dixon, has a silvery glow, thanks to Ralph Lauren's Regent Metallic Paint in Ambassador Sterling.
Like a powder room in a 1920s grand hotel, this vintage-style bathroom by designer Carrie Hayden features thick slabs of honed Calacatta marble for backsplashes and counters, which creates an old-world European feeling.
A pair of vintage gilt-and-crystal sconces pair beautifully with Lefroy Brooks bath fittings and the gray accents in the Calcacatta marble. "I wanted the faucet to look reclaimed, old and elegant, like the sconces," designer Carrie Hayden says.
In a subtle variation on the standard shine of chrome and mirrored glass, designer Sally Markham evokes boudoir glamour with a vanity sheathed in silver leaf.
Gray grass cloth in this Los Angeles powder room, designed by Christos Prevezanos, sets off a vintage mirror and sconces, and the harlequin pattern of the floor tiles lends geometric punch.
Designer Phoebe Howard elevates an everyday ritual with this Carrara marble basin. The faucet emerges from a stone-mosaic dado in a spectrum of watery hues.
Designer Cathy Kincaid used Farrow & Ball's Old White paint on the walls to mimic the same muted tone as Moroccan Cross and Star tiles by Ann Sacks in the bath of this desert home.
Designer Betty Lou Phillips chose a luxurious French-inspired theme for the decoration of her bathroom. Gleaming silver tones enhance this guest bath's old-world elegance.
The bathroom floor in this Spanish-style California house is made of Ojai river rock. "It's so strong, you could build a Hyatt Regency on it," designer Kelley McDowell says. She designed the shower door in the style of a metal casement window.