Are These the Real Bathroom Trends Appealing to UK Homeowners?
Check out these popular bathroom features and see if any are on your wish list
Black and white bathrooms have been popular for a while now and they’re still very much on our radars. Not only do they appear frequently in our most-saved photos, the phrase ‘black and white bathrooms’ was the eighth most popular bathroom search term on Houzz UK this year.
This space by PLANSTUDIO was a favourite with Houzz users. It teams a simple geometric black floor with black-grouted white metro tiles. If you’re worried a black and white scheme might be too stark, soften the look with texture, as they’ve done here by adding a concrete basin, wicker baskets and plenty of greenery.
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It’s a colour many of us love in our kitchens, and now it seems we’re bringing bold blue into our bathrooms. This cool yet uplifting colour works well in a washroom and, by adding it to a vanity unit, splashback or floor, you’ll quickly liven up a simple white space.
This popular image shows a bathroom designed by Fiona Duke Interiors and illustrates how just one blue element can change the look of a space. Note also that the trim and taps are made from brass – another favourite with Houzz users.
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Staying on the subject of colour, another shade cropping up in the most-saved photos is green. It’s a hue that’s again appeared in kitchens recently and it can look equally good in a bathroom.
Here, Romilly Turner Interior Design went for an emerald green to add a dramatic tiled wall behind the bath.
No matter the colour scheme, a feature that stands out in many of these saved images is the vanity unit. These under-basin cabinets aren’t just functional, they’re a piece of furniture that designers are using to beautifully finish off a room.
The pale wood vanity unit here adds a warm, natural finish to the space and provides heaps of storage to boot.
The rounded edges of the tub in the previous picture are proving popular in other bathroom features. Here, for example, Studio 152 has incorporated an attractive wooden vanity unit with curved edges.
It works particularly well next to the bath, as it allows space between the two elements.
Which of these stylish bathrooms is your favourite? Share your thoughts in the Comments section.