As we enter the final weeks of 2018, it’s only natural to start thinking ahead to next year. “What are my goals for the new year? What do I want to accomplish?” If upgrading your bathroom is on your to-do list, you’ve come to the right place! Whether you want to add some decorative touches or redesign the entire space, we’ve made it easy for you to stay on trend. Here are some swoon-worthy bathroom designs that are expected to be popular in 2019 to get your inspirational juices flowing!
Modern designers are getting creative with compact designs that boast high-quality features. This design style is best suited to those who like small-scale living but don’t want to compromise luxurious touches. As the population continues to increase and urbanization flourishes, it’s safe to say that this trend isn’t going anywhere!
We’re noticing an increase in technology in bathrooms. These days, visiting your washroom is an experience. It’s a treat rather than a chore…especially when the space is designed to feel like a day spa! Elevate your bathroom space with heated floors or drying racks, smart showers with adjustable water temperature, LED or mood lighting, motion detecting faucets and more.
Make your bathroom feel more spacious by adding some depth through color. Pops of forest green to go alongside a neutral color palette is always a safe bet. If you don’t want to commit to green furniture, tile or paint options, go for potted plants or palms! Adding live plants can make for a more natural, luxurious experience.
Vintage pieces seem to be all the rage right now to create edgy, bohemian, one-of-a-kind spaces. Try searching garage sales, thrift shops or trendy online boutiques to get your hands on a unique statement piece for your new bathroom. If you’re into DIY projects, consider repurposing an old dresser into a vanity! Complete the look with patterned tile or an intricate, colorful rug.
If you’re going for more natural, zen vibes in your bathroom, consider adding natural materials wherever possible. Wood breathes well and naturally absorbs moisture, making it a great material for your new bathroom…just be sure to wipe down the surface to preserve the exterior quality. If you don’t want to commit to hardwood floors or wooden cabinetry, go for wooden boxes or wicker baskets for storage to add a touch of nature to your space. You can mix and match tones and varieties to match your style and preference. Other trending natural materials include stone, marble and terrazzo.