These bathroom ideas are still hot in 2021
A bathroom renovation often sounds like the biggest challenge you can take on in your home, but it is also one of the most rewarding, making getting out of bed extra special in the morning and helping you wind down after a long day in the office or running after children. Here are our favourite bathrooms for 2021.
Different colour tiles on the floor
This beautiful master bathroom is situated in a Victorian townhouse in the heart of Notting Hill, London. The classic style and semi-bold colour choices create a relaxing space with a unique style and elegance that is both classic and contemporary. This bathroom was featured in the October 2014 issue of Homes & Gardens. We love the random choice of floor tiles, mixing different complimentary colours to add character and depth to the scheme. Using the same pattern on the entire floor can come across flat.
A Drummond’s roll-top Spey cast iron bath in Salmon pink is the main feature of the room, with brassware creating a warm, nostalgic feel. It has been left un-lacquered and un-polished to age naturally giving it a rich, golden colour and unique patina.
Mosaic Tiles in the Shower
Award winning Kia Designs was asked to remodel an existing flat structure to form 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and an open plan kitchen, dining and living room. The new layout would yield a more ergonomic use of space, and provide more accommodation and suitable living area for a growing family. In this bathroom she utilised BISAZZA mosaic tiles from the Decorations collection.
Shower proof wallpaper ?
This bathroom project in Scotland featuring the Clyde single-ended freestanding bath tub, the Naver vanity basin, Dalby thermostatic shower and low level WC Suite from Drummonds is finished with a gorgeous wall feature inside the spacious shower. For something similar to this feature, look up Westone Bathrooms' Wet System.
Tongue and groove
With tongue and groove walls and an inky blue colour, this Lisette Voute designed bathroom belongs to a beautiful West Sussex beach house that will blow your mind away.
Mirrors to make a room bigger
Design Studio Amberth were asked to make this bathroom feel more spacious with a distinctive feminine feel. With the request of pastel colours which is evident on the floor tiles, copper fittings and hexagonal tiles, this gorgeous bathroom has been updated into a stylish, contemporary space. A solid surface bath and basin gives a modern feel and mirrored panelled cabinets provides confined storage which visually expands the space. A bespoke shower screen meets the ceiling, maintaining clean lines throughout.
Calcatta porcelain and rose gold taps from The Watermark Collection
Composite Stone Worktop
Satin Lacquer Vanity Unit
Tiles from Arkadia
Wallpaper in the bathroom
Catherine Rowe knows how to created colourful and fun designs and these computer generated images show exactly how you can jazz up your bathroom with her gorgeous wallpapers. And if you are too scared to add wallpaper in the bathroom - don't be! Wallpaper is absolutely fine provided it has been applied correctly and it is not in an area where water will directly get splashed on it. You can use Decorators Varnish (in dead flat finish) to cover parts of the wallpaper that are in areas of high moisture, e.g. closer to the bath or shower and to your sink.