The bathroom is often a space that gets overlooked in homes. Some people consider it as a functional entity, and give little more thought to the subject. If you’re reading this, you’ve probably realised that it’s actually an incredibly important space, and that its design deserves care and attention.
Choosing a design theme for your bathroom can be difficult; there are so many styles, many of which might catch your eye. To help you on your bathroom design journey, we’ve picked some of our favourite trends that we think will blow up as we enter 2023.
The bathroom tends to be a space that you use to get ready for the outside world, a place where you put on your grown up face. While most bathrooms have a serviceable mirror, you should aim for something a little better.
A high quality backlit mirror can make all the difference when you’re getting ready in the morning. It provides a softly lit environment where you can shave, apply makeup and give yourself a little pre-work pep talk. There are all sorts of options, from round to square, one of which will definitely suit your bathroom.
The bathroom has traditionally been quite a monochrome environment. We can see why – people want it to be a clean environment, and blacks, whites and greys can look quite smart. That being said, why not add a little colour?
As we approach 2023, adding some subtle, Danish inspired pastels will become increasingly popular. Greens, pinks and clays can all work wonderfully, especially with some matt finished faucets and taps. Get a colour chart and see what you think – it’s definitely in, and can make the bathroom feel a much warmer, more inviting space to be in.
Bathroom wall panels
One thing that’s becoming increasingly popular is to use bathroom wall panels instead of individual tiles. They often cost less per square metre, and they can be significantly easier to install.
This means that is costs less if you have a professional do it, but it also means you’ve got a good chance of being successful if you try to install them yourself. Bathroom wall panels also reduce the amount of grout – you only have to worry about the joins between the panels, rather than between every single little tile. Easier to clean, easier to keep your bathroom looking fresh.
The bath is certainly something that’s making a comeback, and it’s not hard to see why. Given our climate, they’re an unparalleled space in which you can warm up, relax, and forget the woes of the world.
If you’ve got space, it’s worth looking into freestanding bathtubs. There are an increasing number of modern options available, in different sizes at different prices. If you fancy something more traditional, you can still go with an old-school brass option.
The bathroom is an area in which you can get extra creative. Play around, with the ideas in this article, and don’t be afraid to get a little out there. Remember to keep it functional – it should look good, but above all, it should feel good to spend time in the space.
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