Bathroom Trends: 8 Ingenious Design Ideas to Have a Stylish Interior ⇒ Discover a series of bathroom design trends that designers swear by as these ideas exude a sense of serenity and timeless allure.
This year, the most important aspect regarding bathroom trends will be creating cohesive interiors that perfectly balance tranquility and elegance. With the emergence of new brands and the further development of classic ones, there are multiple options in which one can decorate their bathroom interiors, from smaller details like brass hardware to outlandish ones such as framed mirrors with exuberant forms. The following bathroom trends are bound to bring function, glamour, and comfort to new levels.
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#1 – Brass Hardware
One of the easiest ways to introduce a glamorous and bespoke feel to your bathroom is by adding brass hardware to your bathroom furniture. The lustrous Skyline drawer handle by Pullcast is a perfect choice as its versatile shape and texture are rather adaptable to any bathroom style.
#2 – Black bathtubs
Choosing the color black for a freestanding bathtub will introduce opulence to your bathroom. It will certainly become the focal point of your space, especially if combined with gold accents, as you can see by the Darian bathtub by Maison Valentina. This exclusive design features a series of gold-plated brass asymmetrical bars that are enveloped in the tub’s black leather structure, offering an artful and timeless look to this bathroom.
#3 – Features with Zen Appeal
Introducing spa-like features such as a neutral color palette, natural materials, greenery, and minimal aesthetics is a great way to create your own stress-free environment. Zen bathrooms will be one of the major trends for 2020.
#4 – Mixed Metals
When it comes to mixed metals, it is important that a particular material takes the dominant role, while the remaining ones further enhance the aesthetic. The Mixed Metals trend has been gaining a lot of popularity over the years among homeowners and designers alike. If you have a contemporary setting, then you should opt for stainless steel, however, if modernity is your thing, then, by all means, go for chrome elements or polished copper, and lastly, the choice for a classic bathroom will always be gold!
#5- Mirrors with Detailed Frames
Selecting wall mirrors that feature a frame that goes beyond its conventional concept is an excellent manner to add an intriguing character to your bathroom. For instance, the Darian black mirror by LUXXU highlights a decorative frame with a geometric shape, in a black lacquer finish and brass accents.
#6 – Marble-effect Wallpapers
Bringing an undeniable sense of glamour and refinement, this type of wallpapers are perfect for modern or contemporary bathrooms. Marble is one of the most versatile materials in the world and this is one of the main reasons why it is so sought-after, there are so many kinds, from Nero Marquina to Estremoz, and it is also possible to mix and match it in various colors and patterns. For instance, the bathroom depicted above is a good example of how this trend should be implemented. In this set, one can find the Aqualunae wallpaper by Glamora which was inspired by a winter garden, perfectly merging dreamlike landscapes and granting this bathroom a natural look.
#7 – Deep Green Tones
A way to keep your bathroom interiors fresh is by adding deep green tones through wallpapers, small details or even just painting your bathroom in this color. Studio DB designed this dramatic bathroom that makes quite the statement. Deep green is best paired with brass finishes and marble, preferably a darker kind.
#8 – Scallop Tiles
If you have a smaller bathroom, adding design elements such as shaped tiles will instantly upgrade your space without taking any space. This playful bathroom design by Emily Henderson highlights unique baby blue scallop tiles that provide a handmade and classic touch.
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Source: Elle Decor