If you pride yourself on always being up to date with the latest interior design trends, then you will be pleased to hear that the bathroom design trends for 2021 have been revealed.
From the emergence of opulent gold bathtubs to the incorporation of natural elements, to the widespread use of marble, keep reading to discover the five top bathroom design trends for 2021 that you are going to love!
In 2021, you will see the return of marble in bathroom showrooms up and down the country. With popular colours including white, grey, and red, the focus will be on creating simple, yet elegant designs that also feel comfortable and relaxing.
Whether you choose to use this natural stone on your bathroom’s walls, floors, or countertops, you are guaranteed to create a bespoke bathroom design that will be the envy of all your friends.
You may have noticed that metal has been an important interior trend in recent years due to its ability to add a touch of glamour and decadence to any room in your home. Plus, it works perfectly in contrast with more natural elements such as marble or wood.
However, 2021 is the year that it comes to bathrooms. Both matt and satin finishes will be popular with the option to go understated with accessories such as towel hooks or racks, toilet paper holders, or bathroom accessory sets or full-on glam with a gold-plated tub.
If you think that a shower can never be as relaxing and luxurious as a deep filled bubble bath, then prepare to be proven wrong. In 2021, you will see an emergence of amazing new shower creations that are designed to be just as lavish as baths but without taking up so much space.
Be sure to look out for showers with hydromassage features as well as walk-in showers, also known as wet rooms, that will be more innovative than ever before.
Natural light, that is. Arguably the biggest trend in bathroom lighting in 2021, you need to be embracing natural light wherever possible. One way to achieve this is by incorporating an entire mirror wall into your bathroom or, alternatively, use mirror glass doors in the shower or bath area.
Plants also work incredibly well at making a space feel more natural, adding an extra element of freshness, plus the ability to purify the air within the room.
You can expect to see a lot of small, mosaic type tiles in bathroom shows across the UK, with small strip designs also being popular. Although many believe that small tiles can make a small space appear smaller, in fact, the opposite is true. If you want to make a small bathroom look bigger, you should either focus on super-size tiles or super-small ones.
In 2021, you can also expect to see small, handcrafted tiles that offer a more natural feel due to their imperfections and rich texture.