Top Bathroom Ideas for 2021 What Trends Are In for Bathrooms

Top Bathroom Ideas for 2021 What Trends Are In for Bathrooms

Bathroom Idea

Regularly sealing your marble surfaces ensures their longevity and maintains their luxurious sheen, making your marble bathroom both a practical and beautiful space in your home. If an all-marble bathroom isn’t for you, consider adding small marble accents instead. This could be a marble soap dish, a marble tray, or even a marble-print shower curtain. Black marble bathrooms exude a sense of mystery and elegance that’s hard to match. And, if you like a bit of color but feel white is the best path, pick one with a blue undertone and you’ll feel the difference when you paint the whole space. A little bit of pigment goes a long way when painted or featured over multiple square feet.

  • Everyone needs living space that keeps up with their lifestyle, and when you’re short on room, your furniture needs to work even harder.
  • Try adding darker-colored accessories to create a warm and inviting feel.
  • Choose a square tub to add Japanese-inspired flair to a bathroom niche.
  • Without going completely black, you can mix up with black and white to keep things bright but not too bright.

When planning contemporary bathrooms, consider what materials you’ll use. Concrete, exposed pipes, and natural wood can all help you achieve the look you desire. Clean, white geometric vessel sinks contrast with the concrete countertops in this bathroom.

Add a Splash of Wallpaper

And although there’s no right or wrong answer when picking your color, try to choose a scheme that compliments your fixtures and stick to just two or three primary choices. Depending on the size of your square room, there are a few options available. You can install a corner shower to make efficient use of the floor area. This should free up enough space to position a bathtub along another wall. Combine with distressed and weathered surfaces to add a lived-in feel. An ornate style and vintage furniture and lighting will help you create the right contrast.

  • When it comes to choosing fixtures, consider fluted designs, frosted bulbs, crystal, and gilded detail for your bathroom to feel luxurious.
  • Open your mind, select each of your favourite items, and trust in the process.
  • In this bathroom by GreyHunt Interiors, gold sconces are paired with shimmery gray wallpaper, and brass fixtures for a truly opulent escape.
  • Don’t feel the need to match the finishes throughout your entire bathroom.
  • In effect, this is a rich visual that radiates luxury, style, and sophistication.

In this child’s shared bathroom from JL Design, matching wall-mounted industrial sinks are hung at kid-friendly height to give siblings their own space. Double showerheads are discreetly installed on opposite sides of the self-enclosed wash room, keeping the focus on the tub and the view. Sarah Lyon is a New York City-based freelancer who produces interior design, travel and lifestyle content. Her work is featured in outlets including Apartment Therapy, Architectural Digest, MyDomaine, The Washington Post and The New York Times.

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