Is your bathroom looking a little worse for wear? It might be time to give it a bit of an upgrade and fall in line with some of the amazing bathroom trends that we are seeing all over the country already this year. Bathroom trends come and go and so it can be hard to keep up with everything that is currently on trend.
To help you with this, we have put together a list of the best bathroom trends to look out for in 2019. Keep reading to find out more.
Gone are the days of the bathroom that has a bathtub as the centrepiece. In 2019, people are looking for more convenience and so are sticking to shower rooms with stunning shower installations. Unless you like to spend hours relaxing in your bathtub, there’s no need for a large bath taking up space in your small room. To follow this trend, consider contacting some shower installation and repair specialists to get your shower room started today. Exposed shower plumbing is also a hot new trend so consider this when adding your shower room.
While statement walls have been popular in living rooms and bedrooms for a while now, they are only starting to become more on trend in bathrooms across the country. Bathrooms used to be simply white, grey and other neutral colours to reflect the simple purpose of a bathroom. In 2019, we are looking for statement walls filled with patterned tiles or even wallpaper that can bring a bit of colour to a bathroom.
Another popular bathroom trend to look out for in 2019 involves the art deco era and the amazing style that comes from this. We are seeing a lot more brass fixtures and fittings and fantastically decorated bathrooms to fit in with this style. While art deco isn’t for everyone, this style can look really good in a bathroom and it is something to consider if you are thinking about updating your bathroom in 2019.
Next on our list of bathroom trends for 2019 is the high-end spa bathroom décor that we are seeing a lot more in 2019. People like to visit the spa but why not be able to feel like there is a spa in your own home? Think about adding some wooden shutters to your windows or even adding some deep black and high-end pieces to your bathroom. The more high-end the better in this case as you will want to recreate the spa experience that so many people know and love.
While you might have seen a lot of brass in 2018, this year is all about the polished nickel on door handles, around the edge or mirrors and all over the bathroom. Nickel is our metal of choice for this year and we think that it can really add a new dimension to a bathroom. Consider changing your fixtures and fittings to polished nickel and you’ll see just how impressive this metal looks.
Marble has been popular in bathroom décor for a while now and we expect this trend to stay at the top in 2019. Not only should you have marble sinks and shelves, but we are also thinking about marble walls and using marble as art. Marble can look amazing in a bathroom and works well with the general activities that occur in a bathroom. Think about adding some marble to your bathroom in 2019 to keep up with the latest bathroom trends.
Long Skinny Tiles
Our final bathroom trend to look out for in 2019 is the long skinny tiles that we are seeing in a lot of bathrooms already this year. These can come in many colours but look best in black with a general monochrome bathroom décor. This is a change from the classic subway tile, and it is making a big impact on many bathrooms. Think about adding some long skinny tiles to your bathroom to see just how great they look this year.
Updating your bathroom to keep in line with the latest trends can be a great way of giving yourself a fresh new space to relax in. A bathroom should reflect your own style as well as the latest design trends so make sure that you are choosing something that suits you. Consider swapping out your bath for a shower, switching from brass to polished nickel and all of the other great trends that we have discussed in this article.
Once you have updated your bathroom, you can move onto the other rooms in your home and really turn it into a space that you enjoy being in every single day.