Top Design Trends for Bathroom Renovations in 2019

Where’s the bathroom? Visitors will always ask when they enter so why not vamp it up a bit. From wooden furnishings, green accents to asymmetrical shapes. The possibilities are endless. You’ll be dying to keep the bathroom door open as we cover our top bathroom design trends for 2019.

 

Every day is Spa Day

First things first, spa-inspired styling is a popular trend as residents can use the bathroom to escape the everyday pressures of life. Incorporate freestanding bathtubs with a soft rounded edge to bring softness or try a rectangular boxed shape for a sleek look. Either way, it is a simple way to achieve a luxurious oasis, perfect for mimicking a luxurious spa day.

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Asymmetrical Patterns

Utilising asymmetrical patterns both breaks the monotonous arrangement of bathrooms, but also adds much needed life and colour. 2019 is finding ways to incorporate these into cabinets, drawers, shelves and mirrors to keep visitors on their toes.

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Open-Shelving

Floating shelves brings with it the opportunity to embrace the space and achieve a clean, neat appearance. It’s easy how these shelves can seamlessly blend into tile work and corners to help avoid a cluttered look. Perfect if you’re renovating smaller bathrooms that often collect un-used products.

 

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Create your own Zen

Hardwood floors and wooden accessories are making a comeback this 2019 as residents start to mix the exterior into the interior. To achieve the zen look, consider mixing white-polished basins with wooden floorboards to add warmth and relaxation. Such material also naturally absorbs moisture, perfect after that steamy shower.  

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Vintage for the Win

Don’t let muted colours and clean lines stop you from achieving a relaxed design. The bohemian sleek look reflects relaxation, wherein the entire look can be fused together by mixing textures; from using funky tile patterns, timber shelving and gold accents.

 

Simplicity is Key

When it comes to styling a contemporary bathroom, stick to simple colour palettes of grey, white or timber as these bring elegance and avoids an overwhelming space. Moreover, classic statements of baby succulents, soft-coloured towels and woven baskets act as a simple way to achieve an aesthetic look.  

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Black and White

Why not go the simple route and opt for the classic black and white colour scheme? These colours make it flexible to add small details where incorporating touches of gold against the white walls open dimension. Or geometric flooring to add femininity and elegance to the bathroom.  You can never go wrong with black and white.

 

Terrazzo

Ceramic accents are becoming a statement piece from walls, cabinets, countertops to tiling bringing character to the bathroom space. Say hello to the Italian-inspired ceramic - Terrazzo as it’s no longer a commercial product. Its slip-resistant finish and durable surface is definitely a luxurious choice and brings a splash of colour to your bathroom.

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Touches of Metallic

Using brass and hammered basins allow for a vintage, rustic charm allowing you to embrace the metallic accents. Touches of metallic accents within the hanging lights, mirror frame and taps can allow you to experiment both masculine and feminine looks.

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Owning your own five-star bathroom

There’s no need to book a luxurious hotel to experience a quality bathroom when it’ll be meters away from you. Use geometric shapes to feature visual appeal such as herringbone for a contemporary look. Experiment with brick walls to add texture, bringing a sense of roughness and edge in the modern interior. Moreover, keep in mind to display minimal products to avoid crowded looks for a more elegant and sleek finish.

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