The bathroom renaissance is at its peak, and Singaporeans are loving the fact that they can go all out with the interior design of this particular space. While before, it was nothing more than tiny and cramped, these days, it can look luxurious, spa-like, and totally relaxing. While totally functional for the most part, the trends in interior designs have redefined that way we look at bathrooms. So, now that 2019 is right down the lane, let’s check out some upcoming bathroom design trends to look out for next year!
1. Having fun with achromatic
The achromatic colour palette consists of greys, blacks, whites, and every shade in between. It’s the perfect colour scheme to design a trendy bathroom ambiance with. You can have fun with different tile combinations, and how you’ll can customize their cuts during installation. You can even experiment with different textures to emulate a totally unique look and match them up with distinct fixtures!
2. Hexagon tiles
Hexagon tiles with random, mismatched applications are another rising trend in the trendy bathroom design department. These tiles are available in a number of textures and colours, and they can be used on both floors as well as walls. You can mix them up with conventional bathroom materials and fixtures to get an aesthetic that is totally unique to you.
3. Clean and basic
The clean design basics are back with a bang, so you can throw away all those elaborate ideas you’ve been cooking up. The next year is going to be all about the sophisticated cut of sleek modern lines and how they can be implemented into a trendy bathroom aesthetic. Think big: bold mirrors, distinct siding cabinets, modern vanities, and classic fixtures.
4. Being storage savvy
No more minimal storage – it’s all in, or you’re out. The latest trends in bathroom interior designs are definitely on the storage savvy side. People are being attracted towards classy cabinets with large internal volume where they can keep their essentials, and large vanity under-cabinets that can be used for more than hiding the sink pipes.
5. Water spaces
For all those who’ve been wanting a shower and bathtub all in one space, the trend of ‘water spaces’ is going to be right up your alley. With this, you can have a relaxing bathtub with a shower in one space. The combined effect can emulate a luxurious ambiance even in a relatively small space.