Black (and especially black on white) colour combinations will always look great. They work whether you’re choosing to go ultra-traditional or looking for something more modern. With the rise in recent years of minimalist, Scandinavian, and monochrome looks, a black bathroom suite has never been a more popular choice.
Nothing says timeless and classic like a black bathroom suite. Of course, there are always going to be a tonne of great colours to choose from - black goes with everything. That’s why it’s the go-to colour choice of interior designs since time immemorial.
Black Bathroom Suite - The Basics
Maybe you just want a little flourish and splash of black in your bathroom. No worries, we highly recommend adding some minor black detailing into your bathroom space to make something simple more powerful. Small black accessories around the bathroom can add a touch of something different to any bathroom. Plus, they’re relatively inexpensive.
A neat little touch we love to see in the bathroom is the addition of black tapware. Black taps are a way of adding a touch of elegance if you don’t have the budget or space to splash out on a black countertop basin or a freestanding bath. We always keep black taps in stock as they add a classy, elegant element to any bathroom.
Wall Mounted Rimless Toilet
Proving once again that an all-black look can make anything elegant, the Clarissa Black rimless toilet is a distinguished addition to any powder room. The slow-closing lid feature on top of its practical, universal design means this is a great toilet for any bathroom.
If you have the space adding a countertop basin will always look great and add a touch of refinement to your bathroom. Installing a black countertop basin will make any bathroom feel suddenly like a boutique hotel.
Quadrant Shower Enclosure
A black quadrant shower enclosure completes any bathroom look with a minimalist finish. While white and other colours might look nice initially, they can fade and look grubby over time.
Does it last?
You might think that black bathroom hardware generally is not going to last. Well, you’d be wrong. All bathrooms require a lot of upkeep, of course, and you’d think that with all that moisture and scrubbing that the black would fade away. Not at all.
The key thing is to use soft cloths on these surfaces and nothing like scours or products with abrasive agents. A black finish in the bathroom is actually a lot easier to maintain long term than a bathroom that favours chrome fixtures.