Bathroom design trends for 2015 - Part 1
It looks like we’re set to see some exciting and diverse new trends for 2015’s bathroom and interior designs. Here we take a look at the colours, finishes and materials that are going to emerge as the ‘must haves’ in the coming months.
Colour is the key in 2015, with an eclectic mix of shades breaking through. Beige is out, as is feature-wall painting. This year’s spectrum sees everything from gentle pastels, smoky greys, rich leather, and marine, denim and indigo blue hues, to vibrant tones inspired by jewels and fruits, such as tangerine, lemon and lime. While clean, crisp white still sits proud and prominent as a trusted and sophisticated basic.
The sumptuous natural materials that we saw emerge in 2014 will continue to lead the way as a contemporary interior design requisite. Wood, stone and leather maintain their rise in popularity, for creating warmth, style and panache.
We’ll see designs continuing to move away from the high gloss we’ve become so familiar with in previous years. The soft tones of nature’s finest stone, leather and wood will dominate solid surfaces, from shower trays to tiles and worktops. The beauty of this earthy material trend is the stunning array of stone and wood-effect tiles available, allowing you to create this inspired-by-nature serenity in your home, with practicality and low maintenance.
Classic luxury is the key phrase this year. Matte and metallic finishes will be the definitive choice for everything from taps to light fittings. Brushed nickel, oil-rubbed bronze, copper and brass will sit tastefully in the most stylish of bathrooms.
Prints and patterns for tiles and wallpaper will be bold and beautiful, adding a chic edge to any sized bathroom. Photographic imagery, art and abstract prints will adorn wall and floor tiles alike.
So much choice can be overwhelming – at Room H2o we have specialist bathroom designers who can help you every step of the way to creating your perfect haven of tranquillity.
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