In recent years many people have focused on creating a luxurious bathroom, something which the room's design naturally has to accommodate. It's the little detail that makes the whole.
The 2016 bathroom is an immaculately designed room, if this year's new product and design trends are anything to go by, and it continues to be the most personal room in the house. Bathroom design is attractively characterised by details and refined elements that emphasise the special status of this room. There are several style options available. Choose the style that you feel is right for you and with your other decor in mind.
The mode of expression in sanitation and bathroom furniture is repeated in the choice of accessories and special details to achieve a feeling of wholeness. In this year's modern bathroom, the choice of furniture replaces the ordinary with the organic, decadent or more artistic and individual.
The green and natural elements, including golden and brown tones, have found their way into the bathroom. Natural wood has been replaced by green tones, processed natural materials and ceramic tiles with a natural look, but made in a more durable material and with a sturdier feel. The natural look has been reinterpreted and allows for individualism and a sense of nature in a more personal way.
Bathing in powdered geometry
All variants of the reddish shades stand out in this modern design. Their continued trend has reached the bathroom with ochre and darker tones in blue, grey and black, providing exclusive contrasts so that both men and women feel at home in the modern bathroom. The feminine shapes have a more geometrical, often curved, look, with facet tiles for the walls and tight patterns for the bathtub. A refreshing and elegant way of expanding your decor options.
Bringing boutique chic to your bathroom
Our love of travel takes us further afield, and with it comes an inspiration from foreign climes, and bathroom trends that form a sharp contrast to the Nordic style. The new exclusive feel of a personal bathroom is borrowed from the Boutique Hotel, where talented interior designers and a more global style is the order of the day. Here nothing is spared when it comes to the bathroom experience, which continues to add a touch of homeliness but in an extravagant and often dark-toned way. The red-stained glass, the slim, quirky lines with art on the walls, gorgeous heavy textiles and a general appreciation of the sculptural design elements, glowing light sources or candlelight.