Home décor trends might not change quite as quickly as fashion, but they do change and develop over time. Some new trends can be achieved by making a few small changes to your accessories or color schemes whereas others need a full remodel. If you are considering a new bathroom this year, here are some of the hottest trends you might want to incorporate into your design.
Your bathroom is the perfect place to team modern appliances and fixtures with vintage style. Fill your bathroom with character by including a large freestanding tub, vintage fixtures, brass work, intricate taps, large antique mirrors and luxurious sculpted shelving. When recreating a vintage bathroom, the first thing you need to do is pick an era. Do you want a Tudor style? Victorian vogue? Or a trendy art deco geometric look? Check out some great historic bathrooms online to help you make your choice.
Then, think about how vintage pieces will fit in with your current bathroom. You may need to remodel to create more space, or change the positioning of your plumbing. In this case, you should contact Treasured Spaces, Inc. for help.
Minimalist has always been a very popular look in the bathroom, perhaps because it makes it easier to keep things clean. All you really need in your bathroom is a shower, sink and toilet. So, strip away anything you don’t need and use clever storage to hide things. Keeping things simple can be very relaxing and help you to feel fresh and alert in the morning.
Tiles are a very cool trend this year in both bathrooms and kitchens. Tiles can be uniform, plain, bold, patterned and even mismatched to create a bold and unique look. Tiles are a fantastic way to add color to your bathroom, they are easy to clean and they make a great statement. To make an impression, tile your floors and walls. Or, for a simpler solution, create patterned tile stickers to cover any existing tiles you may have.
Glamour and Gloss
Glamour and gloss can easily be paired with either a minimalist or vintage room. Stick to simple colors like black and silver and make sure everything shines. A large, stand-alone bath or huge, glass shower cubical, surrounded by plain tiles and silver framed mirrors, can look truly glamorous.
One of the reasons we love staying in hotels so much is the bathrooms. They are always large, clean, comfortable and wonderfully relaxing. So, why not re-create this look at home. Install a heating towel rail and underfloor heating, make sure your towels are fluffy and soft, add some seating and soft furnishings and make sure there is a table near the bath for a glass of wine and your favorite book.
Remember, your bathroom is a very personal space. Yes, it’s a room that guests visit, but they won’t spend long periods of time there. So, don’t try to impress anyone else. Your bathroom should be the place you can relax in a hot bath after a long day and feel your troubles ease away. Have a look at some of these trends and other ideas before coming to any decisions. You may even want to take some elements of all of them. Whatever it takes to create your perfect, relaxing bathroom is fine.