Greenwich Family Home - Full Renovation and ExtensionTraditional Bathroom, London

This is an example of a classic bathroom in London. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Victoria Harrison added this to What Will Bathrooms Look Like in 2022?14 December 2021

Microcement and limewash wallsWall treatments were top of mind among designers, with polished plaster, microcement and limewash all set to make a splash in 2022.“We’re using limewash on walls in bathrooms now,” Olga says. “It’s a natural material that’s water resistant and creates a tadelakt [Moroccan plaster] effect. We also use a lot of microcement”.“Microcement is definitely not going anywhere,” Omar agrees. “As opposed to grey tones, I see more beiges and earthier shades and also brighter, bolder colours, such as pinks, blues and greens.”

Amanda Pollard added this to What Type of Bathrooms are Houzz Users Searching for Right Now?13 October 2021

Colour and characterHouzz users are becoming increasingly creative with their home colour choices, and this confidence doesn’t stop in the bathroom. It seems we’re no longer set on a minimal white washspace and are embracing a more varied palette.In 2021, the terms ‘pink bathroom’ and ‘blue bathroom’ both appeared in around 50% more searches than in 2020, while ‘green tiled bathroom’ saw an increase of 124%. Dark tones are also popular, with the search term ‘black shower’ seeing a rise of 66% in 2021 compared to 2020.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

L R added this to Upstairs bathroom30 January 2022

love love love the tiles! feels light as well as interesting. Brass taps also nice

Sophia Stephanides added this to Bathroom Ideas3 October 2021

Tiles behind sink and colour of walls

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