10 bathroom trends You’ll See everywhere In 2017

planning a bathroom reno? before you get started, discover what bathroom trends should be on your radar. From faucets to tiles, cabinets and more, these designer bathrooms are filled with ideas that are in vogue now, and will be for years to come.

Polished nickel and chrome reigned for decades but now unlacquered brass is having a moment in the sun. This finish develops a nice patina over time, which adds to the richness of this warm metal.

Fotós: Alex Lukey

Source: house & home February 2016

Designer: Mazen el-Abdallah

We called out the penny-round tile in our January 2017 trends issue because it’s a look with legs. penny tiles have been a design staple for 100 years, but tiling the walls and floor for a cohesive look makes them feel fresh all over again.

Photographer: Donna Griffith

Source: Kitchens & bath issue 2015

Designer: Alana Boychuk and Tristan Fuller

The popularity of iron window frames and doors has naturally spilled over into the bathroom. The graphic contrast of the iron pops against pale marble. In this Calgary bathroom, a huge metal-framed shower mimics the dark window casements and has incredible architectural presence.

Photographer: Colin Way

Source: house & home March 2016 issue

Designer: Nam Dang-Mitchell

Artful floors are having a major moment in just about any room in the house, but in the bathroom high-impact tiles are practical, and a fun way to inject high-octane (waterproof) pattern.

Photographer: Valerie Wilcox

Source: house & home June 2016

Designer: Kai Ethier

Sometimes it’s the little things that have major impact. Whether they are tiled or backed by a contrasting stone (in this example Carrara marble), shower niches are getting a custom treatment so they stand out, in a good way.

Fotós: Alex Lukey

Source: house & home February 2016 issue

Designer: Mazen el-Abdallah

The richness of wood grain is exactly the thing to warm up a bathroom. This floating vanity’s continuous grain is uninterrupted by panelling, or hardware — just simple finger pulls — for a luxury effect that highlights the beauty of this natural material.

Photographer: Kim Jeffery

Source: house & home April 2016

Designer: Shirley Meisels

Clean-lined, sculptural freestanding tubs in varying shapes offer a more modern look than drop-in tubs. once considered a luxury splurge, they have become more accessible and their simplicity brings a spa-like serenity to bathrooms.

Photographer: Angus Fergusson

Source: house & home June 2015 issue

Designer: Cameron MacNeil

Book-matching (the practice of adjoining stone surfaces so they mirror each other, giving the impression of an opened book) gives the shower enclosure’s honed marble slabs a pleasing symmetry and fluid look, and makes the space look more expansive.

Fotós: Alex Lukey

Source: house & home June 2016 issue

Designer: Colette Van den ThillartVegye figyelembe ezt a tendenciát az öltöző kiterjesztésére. A fő fürdőszobát kifinomult háttérképgel (ebben az esetben egy kézzel festett Gracie falfestéssel, amelyet általában formálisabb helyiségekben látnak), a fürdőszobát kényeztető prep-helyré változtatja. Ha habozik a fürdőszobában lévő háttérképről, kerülje el a szövet alapú háttérképet, mint például a Grassbloth, tartsa a szobát jól szellőztetve, és használjon egy jó ragasztót (például a Roman Pro-880).

Fotós: Nathan Schroder

Forrás: House & Home 2016. november kiadás

Tervező: Lloyd Ralphs Design

A Marokkóból származó új fajta betoncsempék általában felbukkannak a padlón, ám ezek inspirálják a tervezőket, hogy egy kicsit merészebben menjenek. Ebben az esetben a H&H vezető tervező szerkesztője, Sally Armstrong szemmel tartotta az IKAT-stílusú gyémántmintát, és nem tudta várni, hogy kipróbálja a saját fő fürdőszobájában, megjegyezve, hogy ez nem túl divatos az idő próbájához.

Fotós: Virginia MacDonald

Forrás: Konyhák és fürdők 2015

Tervező: Sally Armstrong

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