Wednesday, 24 January 2018

Bathroom interior design trends for 2018


*This is a collaborative guest post
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New Year, new bathroom interior design trends! The bathroom is where a lot of people find peace and some‘me’ time, whether they spend 5 minutes brushing their teeth or 30 minutes having a relaxing bath. Not to mention the fact most of the time the best lighting to take selfies is in the bathroom. This is why it’s important to keep this room up to date with the latest trends.
  1. Pay attention to detail
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As the adage goes ‘the devil is in the detail’, and this has never been truer than it is for your bathroom. If the taps in your bathroom are old and rusty then it can let down the look of the whole room. This is usually the first thing people truly notice when walking into the bathroom and washing their hands, so you need to make sure they are nice and shiny. Bristan taps are great as they can suit a multitude of bathroom designs, you just need to find the ones that work for yours. They are designed to last you for a long time and the latest collections are modern and eye-catching,
2. One material bathroom
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This is a trend that was very popular in the 80s and has come back into style with fervour. If done properly it can make your bathroom look fabulous and extremely fashionable. Whether you choose to go with fun colours like bubble gum pink or lime green, or with more sober colours like pastels, greys and blacks, make sure you do your research or hire an interior designer to help you achieve the perfect look.
3.Invest in your bathroom radiators

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You can use bathroom radiators not only for the heating purposes but also as a statement piece. Aluminium radiators are of particularly high quality and they can come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours to suit your taste and bathroom design. A beautiful radiator can become the focal point of your bathroom instead of an eyesore.
4.Floating vanities
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So-called ‘floating’ vanities are usually made out of materials such as stone or wood, and the idea is that these materials will cover the plumbing components which will be tucked neatly underneath them. This way you eliminate unattractive plumbing peeking out from underneath the sink.

5.Move your bathtub to the bedroom 
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Yes, you heard that right. A trend that has been blowing up this year is having your bathtub in your bedroom. It isn’t something for everyone, but would definitely suit the romantic type. Light some candles around the room, put on a chick-flick, fill the bath and you have the perfect ending to a romantic evening.

6. Invest in a high Tec toilet 
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For years Japan has invested in high-tech toilets, and lately the rest of the world is starting to pick up on this innovation too. With seat warmers, built-in deodorizers, automatic lid openers and many other amazing features, the high-tech toilet is definitely something worth purchasing. After all, you can’t put a price on comfort, or modernity!
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2 comments

  1. So many different ideas there, I'm not sure about the toilet though looks complicated!

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  2. Who really needs a heated toilet seat when we have central heating in most houses these days. I would love to have a nice big bathroom though, ours is small and if both of us are brushing out teeth at the same time it gets a big cramped near the sink.

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