This year, the interior design trends for the bathroom sector promise to deliver in ways that one’s space can be completely remodelled, in grander ways. Right now, there a five major bathroom trends, including mix metals, neutral palette, raw materials, open-plan bathrooms and black matte finishes. Today, the Best Design Books blog will show you five remarkable design moodboards that highlight some of the best qualities of these trends, so make sure to take a few design ideas away from this experience.
Marble continues to be a strong material in 2019. Using white and grey marble is a timeless strategy that allows one to give a classic aesthetic to their bathroom. Stone and porcelain are other materials that are becoming quite dominant in this sector because they add a natural and visual texture to the bathroom. All of these materials bring durability and have a sustainable quality that is increasingly important for customers.
Matte Black Finishes
The spa-inspired bathroom trend has returned. It’s all about elegant and dark vanities in matte finishes that evoke a high-end experience. Matte black is not as flashy as brass, nevertheless, its velvety finish and graphic silhouette are making it one of the most sought-after finishes in the industry. Regarded as both classic and edgy, this finish can be used in designs such as Victorian claw-foot tubs, granting it a modern and industrial style.
Open-plan bathrooms have become an incredibly popular concept over the years not only because it adds more space into one’s home but also has a modern appeal to it. Freestanding tubs or glass showers are the perfect bathroom elements to give development to this trend.
Nowadays, the bathroom sector is giving more importance to natural-looking metals. While copper and rose gold may be taking a back seat for 2019, anodized surfaces and chrome seem to be flourishing, especially with this year’s standout colours. The Mix metal trend is all about combining different metals, that would be otherwise opposing to each other, providing a unique aesthetic in your bathroom interiors. There are a couple of rules to completely pull this trend. First, you have to select a dominant metal, then proceed to match all your finishes while also choosing a coordinating element that will bring the entire design/space together, and finally highlight a statement piece.
Neutral bathrooms will never go out of style. The most important aspect of this kind of spaces is to introduce various subtle details that will give a bit more character to an interior. If you are looking forward to decorating your bathroom with a neutral palette, then opt for tones such as crisp white, serene cream, glam grey and rich brown and then go all out in the accessories. This way, your bathroom will end up with a clean and serene atmosphere.
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