Bathroom design – especially fixtures and accessories – are always at the forefront of major innovation. There are always new designs and innovative features being introduced in this market, and it can be a little hard to keep up with what’s hot and what’s not. So today, we’ll be telling you all about the amazing bathroom trends you can expect to see in the second half of 2018!
1. Multicolor Peranakan Strip
Before, Peranakan tiles were always used in a ‘statement’ capacity, which basically means that they were used in a huge cluster to create an attractive, statement-worthy effect. However, these days, it’s being used in a more restrained fashion. In fact, a colorful strip of Peranakan tiles in the middle of an otherwise dull color scheme looks incredibly gorgeous and is definitely a la mode in 2018!
2. Matt grey tiles
While grey has always been a fashion forward color, ceramic tiles have always been the forefront of bathroom wall cladding. However, these days the trends are changing. Instead of the glossy effect of ye old, the stylish matt finish of grey tiles is taking over the bathroom design world. It’s definitely classier and more understated, that’s for sure!
3. Sliding glass partitions
While partitions have always been a must in all latest bathrooms, the concept of sliding partitions is definitely new, but certainly taking over. This gives the entire bathroom an inherent flexibility that was not possible before. As a result, homeowners all over have been loving and raving about this trend!
4. Statement shower stalls
The statement wall of all shower stalls has always been an epic canvas to create contrast within the space, but these days, ideas are getting bolder ad bolder. From beautiful mosaics to stylish hexagon tiles, shower stall feature walls have become a focal point that would never disappoint. This bathroom design trends are definitely on the fun side, so you can go all out with it!
5. Black fixtures
While shiny and chrome used to be the name of the game in most bathroom fixtures in the past, these days, the trends are leaning more towards matt and black. Black colored showers, taps and framing are positively taking over this genre, and its heritage appeal is definitely on the attractive side!