Are you searching for the perfect finish for your bathroom fixtures? Why not skip the stainless steel, solid brass, and brushed nickel accents, and go for something that's perfectly on-trend? We're talking matte black bathroom faucets, showerheads, and towel bars.
The color is sleek, attention-grabbing, and it completely repels water spots. Plus, a matte black lavatory faucet will create an air of sophistication whether your style is modern farmhouse, contemporary, or beyond.
For ideas on how to incorporate a chic black spout into your bathroom setup, keep reading.
1. Create a cohesive design that focuses on durability and functionality.
It's hard to miss the charm in this powder room with a rectangular vessel sink, plaid wallpaper, and gray plank trim lining. The two-handle matte black faucets match the towel hook and help to create a cozy, cohesive space.
2. Enhance the elegance of your countertop.
The swankiness is on full display in this lovely modern bathroom by Amber Interior Design. We love how the wood cabinets are beautifully accentuated by black hardware. And the vanity countertop contrasts well with the matte black gooseneck faucets, which create the perfect amount of elegance.
3. Keep the bathroom sink faucet fresh with a matte black finish.
You can practically feel the freshness emanating from this bathroom by Amy Sklar Design. While simple and clean, the design is still dynamic. To adopt this look, stick to cool white wall paint, and bring the same crisp color to the sink and bathroom cabinets. Finish by pairing matte black faucets and cross handles with other inky accents for a look that will work well in both classic and modern settings.
4. Install easy-to-use angled spouts.
This modern-meets-minimalist main bathroom from Dichotomy Interiors features double sinks with wall-mounted faucets. These angled spouts are easy to use (note the simple one handle feature), and they give the entire space a sleek look.
5. Use a matte black faucet to create contrast.
One of the simplest ways to add contrast and sophistication to your bathroom is to use black as an accent color, starting with the fixtures. This effortless vanity arrangement from Kate Lester Interiors shows us how it's done. Blue wallpaper brings a softness to the space while helping to highlight the black vanity mirror and white marble countertop. And the double lever matte black bathroom faucet seals the deal.
6. Add texture to the bathroom vanity.
If you're wondering how to incorporate a matte black bathroom faucet into a modern farmhouse aesthetic, use this gorgeous look from Blackband Design as your blueprint. Texture is the name of the game. A white shiplap wall serves as the backdrop, there are gorgeous fan-shaped floor tiles, and the concrete bathroom vanity warms the whole space up.
7. Liven up a small powder room with a single handle black faucet.
We love the cozy look of this small bathroom from Reena Sotropa. The gray campaign-style washstand pairs beautifully with the marble countertop. And the matte black bathroom faucet is the perfect blend of function, simplicity, and style. To recreate this look, stick to a neutral palette, and sprinkle in solid brass accents to add warmth and subtle glam.