Hello World! Welcome Friends! What’s worse: when you start the day brushing your teeth over an old, rusty sink, or when you shower in in a small, claustrophobic shower?
Once you find yourself resenting the unappealing shower curtain, the choice of tiles, or feel like your master bathroom is missing a few decorative pieces, it means it’s time for a change. What’s in and what’s out in bathroom design – let’s find out!
French door shower
Sleek is much more chic – and it’s not without a reason that the age-old cliché less is more now dominates all aspects of our lives, including interior design. Glass, French door shower serves the same purpose, but allows you to make a décor statement in otherwise simple space. French doors are quite popular among designers who specialize in visually enlarging small spaces, as glass in combination with a large mirror represents a great solution for claustrophobic bathrooms.
Not a fan of any kind of dividers? Then 2017 is the right year to build a shower without any boarders. Install a hanging shower-head on your ceiling and cover the entire space with tiles. This way, you’ll feel like you’re someplace far, on a tropical vacation. And the best part is – you won’t have to worry about cleaning the shower door – just wipe down puddles after taking a shower and you’ll enjoy a spotlessly-clean bathroom at all times.
If you are one of the lucky few who have a rather large master bathroom in their home, then take advantage of the opportunity to install a freestanding tub. These outstandingly elegant baths will play nicely off the geometric patterns in the wall and floor tiles, and will add drama to the space. Also, if you opt for the ones designed with high legs, the room will seem airy and will look larger than it already is.
Though white tiles are classic, interior design is embracing the oldies vibe. Some people opt for black and white tiles for the floors, thus keeping the overall look simple, while adding a touch of color. On the other hand, you can add an unexpected twist at an unusual places – imagine colorful corners, a frame around your mirror, or other bathroom utilities. Just ensure the rest of the place is simple so that these elements can take the center stage.
Round vanity mirrors
Yes, they are finally back! You can forget about the last-year’s massive rectangular mirrors with cabinets that take up the entire wall. Round mirrors paired up with rectangular vanity and sink elevate the overall look of your bathroom, making it stylish and elegant without you having to break a bank.
Retro bathroom vanity
We are talking about the wooden, as well as industrial ones that create timeless vibe. These never really go out of style, so regardless of the upcoming trends, a rustic bathroom vanity will never let you down. Bonus – it perfectly fits the round mirrors we’ve mentioned previously.
Colorful fluffy rugs, decorative stones and scented candles are usually something people reach out for when looking to make their bathroom seem a bit livelier. But what if we told you there’s a more natural way to do it? Namely, plants are an emerging trend in bathroom design, and more and more people are incorporating hanging plants when looking to add a bit of color to this small space. Furthermore, plants purify the air and help you relax, what makes them ideal for those who like to take long relaxing baths – it’ll be like your very own spa.
Have we managed to spark your imagination? Or have you maybe heard of a popular trend we forgot to include here? Let us know in the comment section!
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