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You may remember towards the end of last year that I was helping my mum to renovate the bathroom in her old miner’s cottage. Well by helping out to choose tiles, taps, paint, and the bathroom suite it has made me think about our family bathroom design and how I would like it to be at some point.
If you ask my husband I’ve been going on about a beach/sea themed bathroom for years. Now we are in our forever home it’s something I would like to change when we can afford it. First thing on our list is a home garden office for me to work in, but the bathroom is on there next.
DIY and home improvement has always been an interest of mine. In fact, you would find me in a DIY store before a clothes shop! So I thought I would do a little research and find out what the bathroom design trends are for this year. It doesn’t hurt to have ideas, does it?
Bathroom Design Trends for 2019
- Floating Vanity Units – These are big for 2019. The seamless look of these free-floating units for your bathroom sink is super stylish and easy to clean under. So make sense really! Beautiful wood designs with marble tops are on trend.
- Simple Walk-in Showers With Hidden Drains – The day’s of shower trays are disappearing. Modern spa-like walk-in showers and wet rooms are a thing of the future. Plus they are much easier to access. You can take a look here for ideas to suit you.
- Exposed Pipe Work – Bringing back the old design rectangle sinks with exposed pipework is totally on trend for 2019.
- Statement Mirrors – Large beautiful mirrors will make your bathroom stand out.
- Materials – Concrete, and marble appear to be the go-to materials this year in bathroom design trends. Concrete is very versatile, although usually a cold material it can be found used as sinks and worktops as well as the floors and walls. Marble is not only used for the worktops, but there are marble sinks, tiles and artwork found in bathrooms.
- Colours – Neutral colours, reds, dark, black sultry bathrooms are on style. As well as sherbet shades. One of my favourite colours I’ve seen is a strawberry pink with matt gold taps bringing back the glitz of the 1950’s.
- Decoration – Natural, Art deco, statement walls, powder room style, Victorian baths, wallpaper. New this season is curved scalloped fish-scale tiles and colourful mosaic tiles.
Remember, you don’t have to have a completely new bathroom, you can refresh your current one. Changing the taps, colour, and tiles can give a completely new look without breaking the bank.
Which is your favourite 2019 trend?
Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you’ve enjoyed my bathroom design trends post.