This is the vibrant and energetic edge which you should be looking for. Try to have an artist paint directly onto the wall for a truly fresh and unique appeal which’ll enliven the senses and hopefully inspire the imagination.
Clean and clinical; simple monochrome is another winner for 2014. Variations of the same color throughout the bathroom using sleek polished or matte tiles to set off the latest in modern fixings. This is all about keeping it simple like the Scandinavians do well; eliminating clutter using high quality materials keeping it lustrous tasteful and classy.
This one has been around for a long time but it has reached our list because even though it’s aged it continues year on year to be popular. It’s an expensive option which means it has a limited reach but those with the capital to invest it’s a staple champion. The wet room designs themselves are obviously adapting to current trends as can be seen through the somewhat monochrome example below.
Mid-century American bathrooms were in love with pattern and color. The 1940s saw suburbs filled with bubblegum-pink bathroom floors mint-green countertops and even tubs toilets and sinks in vibrant colors. The bold bathroom trend lasted into the 1970s — and many older homes have the avocado tiles to prove it.
Usually when you read about bathroom design ideas the master bath is the focus. While your ensuite can serve as your own personal escape it’s not the only washroom that deserves consideration. A well-thought-out guest bathroom for example can be both a gift to your family and friends and a source of never-ending compliments.
Modern interior design came about as a reaction to the ornate and almost baroque styles that came before it. As such the main focus of this school of design is to act as the antithesis of of those other looks. Rather than having lots of details and embellishments modern furniture relies on clean lines and stark contrasts.