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.
However the one factor to consider before taking the plunge with brass is that it does require some regular maintenance to keep it looking great. It’s always best to adhere to the manufacturer’s specific upkeep instructions so routine wipe downs should be done with an approved cleaner.
The challenge is achieving that middle ground. How do you infuse warmth into the space while still benefiting from stylistic contrasts and how do you keep it from looking too clinical? Take a look at our suggestions below; we’re confident that you can put together a space that’s as comfortable as it is stylish.
These patterns can work with old school claw foot bathtubs as well as modern stainless pedestal sinks and back-lit mirrors (as per below). As long as you’ve got the eye you’ll be able to make it work with almost anything. Go bold bright and utilize patterned mosaics and tiles in your designs this year; a certain winner.
Lay not-quite-square tiles in three or four complementary colors for a quirky pattern that goes great with organic finishes. Turn classic subway tiles on their side by choosing them in dark green glass and laying them lengthwise.
Fortunately a bathroom naturally lends itself to lots of texture. Start by anchoring the tub or shower with a plush rug or mat. Make sure the space includes multiple layers of soft towels. Top off the room with a few spa accessories such as fluffy robes to make it especially luxurious.