5 New Bathroom Design Ideas We’re Super Pumped About

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The world of interior design is everchanging and, in that respect, it’s no wonder that there are plenty of new interesting ideas when it comes to the modern bathroom look as well. After all, the bathroom is one of the most important rooms in one’s home as it provides a sort of sanctuary and a place to relax and unwind after a long day. Precisely because of the notion associated with bathrooms these days, homeowners take it as a priority to design and arrange it in a personal, functional and beautiful manner. In case you haven’t decided what you want to do with your bathroom yet, the following ideas may effectively change that. 

1. New look for the vanity

Vanity is definitely a crucial aspect of every bathroom design, and sometimes even a focal point of the whole space. New trends in bathroom design have also brought some new vanity looks. For starters, the floating vanities are gaining momentum thanks to the new range of materials that give them depth and dimension, while the ease of cleaning under them is an extra perk. Also, console sink vanities seem to have found their way to the top, too. These are especially popular for guest bathrooms and people who generally like to live minimally and keep their bathroom space light and airy. 

2. Accent walls

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Accent walls have always been popular in interior design, but the concept hasn’t been widely accepted when it came to bathrooms. Still, times they are a-changing and it seems that accent bathroom walls are all the rage right now. It’s especially effective (and budget-friendly!) to use vinyl wallpaper for this interesting and creative look. Smaller bathrooms can really benefit from this trick since it allows the homeowners to add more personality to this room without cluttering up the space. Using the accent concept for the vanity and mirror wall is definitely a favorite. 

3. Funky tile trends

Tiles have always managed to be a very important part of the bathroom, which is only logical. After all, even if your bathroom is mostly paint, you still need to have an area with tiles, at least where your shower is. If you’ve been interested in bathroom trends, you have probably already heard about the trend of using mostly plain tiles with a couple of random patterned ones thrown in to break the monotony. This trend is still going very strong. But, as the news from trendsetting Australia seem to report, the new tile trend is all about really narrow (not wider than your finger!) but tall tiles. This creates a mosaic-like effect, especially when you choose glossier tiles. The amazing range of tiles in Canberra is more than enough to speak volumes of the new trends, so don’t feel like you have to stick to the “old-school” shapes. 

4. No shower dam

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In case you’re ready to renovate your bathroom completely and give it a truly modern makeover, definitely consider no shower dam. It’s true that not all bathroom layouts will work for this particular look, but if yours does and you like it, it will provide a very clean and airy look. What’s more, showers with no dam provide more freedom and better movement during the shower, which is a very liberating feeling most people find very pleasant and relaxing. 

5. Nickel hardware

Every season has its own popular metal, and the time has come for nickel to take the spotlight. If you’re looking for the ideal metal to use on your bathroom fixtures and hardware, nickel is definitely the warm yet very elegant choice that adjusts to different bathroom styles easily. Regardless of whether you enjoy zen-inspired, purely modern, industrial or maybe even shabby chic bathroom design, nickel will complement various shades and looks in a very glamorous fashion. 

 

The size of your bathroom should never be an obstacle for a proper bathroom makeover. Obviously, you need to work with what you already have in order to make the most out of it, but you can always take the trends and ideas that you like and utilize them in a way that suits your own taste, budget and bathroom the best.