Timeless Black and White Pool House Bathroom Reveal

The pool house was completed last year, but we put on a hold on finishing up the bathroom at that time. I really needed a break from having contractors in and out of my yard.

We don’t use the pool house during the winter months so we didn’t miss having the use of a bathroom. It also gave me more time to decide on finishings for the space.

What Does it Take to Add Running Water and a Bathroom to a Pool House will give you an idea of the work involved in taking on a project such as this, but the bathroom design can certainly transfer to your indoors too.

Let’s dig into the reveal!

Pool House Bathroom Reveal

Our bathroom is located on the right side of the pool house, if you are looking directly at it. I chose black for the doors when the structure was painted. The door originally came in white. Just can’t get enough of that contrast in color.

Please…come inside our new black and white bathroom.

My goal for the bathroom was to make it as timeless as possible. I did not want a trendy bathroom with tiles that wow now but will disappoint later. My design was a simple black and white bathroom.

The interior of the door is white. I like having all four sides the same tone.

We decided to tile all the way to the ceiling on all sides. I just love the cohesive look! Simple subway tiles are always timeless and will never go out of style.

The shower niche is just the right size to hold these 3 decorative bottles. The shower door is a single panel and is frameless. The shower is curbless and let’s the beautiful floor really shine.

I have many favorite elements of the room, but just crazy about the floor. Using hexagon tiles, my contractor perfectly created this fun design for me using white and black tiles. He may never speak to me again (haha) after I asked him to do this…but the flooring looks amazing!

The white on white vanity is perfect in the space. We added a black single faucet and toilet roll holder to the side of the cabinet.

I recently ordered this trashcan for the space. Keeping the accessories to a minimum, I don’t feel like we need much in the room.

These hooks provide the perfect hanging storage for our black and white plush towels. 

The mirror and wall sconces are the perfect compliment to the black and white style I want to achieve.

Isn’t the chandelier just darling? Great price too and adds that sparkle I love.

There are three lights sources in the room. The chandelier, sconces, and a small light over the shower.

We added trim to the ceiling to mimic the angles on the floor. Trim stands the test of time, and you can never go wrong with adding it to your space.

The rainhead shower is simple in style but big on impact, as is the toilet.

The wall tiles are beautiful and go all the way to the ceiling on all sides.

We love our new black and white bathroom and hope you do too.

Want to see more?

If you’d like to see more, check out the video of our bathroom HERE.

Shopping Links

I tried to link all my sources for your shopping convenenience and most links are exact products.

I hope you enjoyed our reveal! Did you see the big announcement I post on Instagram this week? Check out my home page and look under Design Services for more deets!

See you next time



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4 thoughts on “Timeless Black and White Pool House Bathroom Reveal

  1. Oh it’s beautiful Denise! I love black and white, and those tiles!! I might never make it to the pool! 🙂 I know you and your guests will enjoy it so much this summer, and I’m sure your contractor is proud of the gorgeous pattern. Nice job!

    1. I’m so glad you like it Barbara! I love the contrast of the two colors so much. We had family over yesterday and it was their first time seeing it and everyone did love it. Made me so happy 🙂 Thank you for your sweet words…always!

  2. I so appreciate the fact that you share your sources and the links. It takes hours of time to put the correct pieces together and you save us readers a load of time. The bath looks fabulous. Just curious on how difficult (and the process) of doing the curbless shower entry, as I hear there are several ways to tackle this application. . .

    1. I’m glad you find the links helpful Laura. I was happy to find the pieces I wanted in stock when I needed them. The process to build a curbless shower involved angling the floor properly so it drains towards the middle. I took an extra risk when I installed a panel shower door as opposed to a full door. Hope that will be ok! I’ll let you know!

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