Best Bathroom Trends Of 2021

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It has traditionally been the case that bathrooms have not been subject to changing trends and tastes, and instead have always remained constant throughout the decades. When doing up your bathroom, you need to think long-term, ensuring that it is suitable for you and your family not only now but in the years to come also. No bathroom, regardless of how big or small it is, is cheap to renovate, which is why most people stick with classic designs, as they do not want to spend lots of money remodelling it in just a couple of years’ time.

That being said, some people may want to include some trendy elements into their bathroom when doing it up. For the more adventurous people out there, here is our guide to the best bathroom trends to look out for in 2021.

Coloured Bathroom Furniture

The shift away from the sterile, surgical white colours that are found in most bathrooms has been happening for a while now but expect it to explode this year. Colour is more widely being adopted as a means of adding some personality to the bathroom. Victoria Plum stock a wide range of coloured basins, baths, and toilets.

Ribbed Designs

Ribbed/fluted patterns are not only big around the home and on furniture, but now they are becoming equally big within the bathroom also. From shower screens to tiles, and even basins, this trend can be extended into all the regions of the bathroom.

Varied Brassware Finishes

Compared with just a few years ago, the amount of choice available when it comes to finishes for taps and general bathroom fixtures and fittings had greatly expanded, allowing you to create a very individualized statement in your bathroom. The last couple of years have been all about rose gold and copper, whereas now the trend is changing more to brass and black finishes instead.

Clean & Simple

Although having simple and clean architectural lines throughout the bathroom is not a new trend, it is showing no signs of dying out this year or any time soon. This trend is inspired by the 1930s and 1920s with various textures, such as terrazzo and concrete combining with the crittall style windows and doors for a more modern and minimal look.

Neutral Tones

Subtle, natural colors such as coffee, beige, pearl, and onyx are all set to be big this year. They provide a modern change to the classic white and cream tones that have dominated bathrooms for years now.

By implementing some or all of these into your current or remodeled bathroom, you will be doing what you can to ensure that the room is bang on trend for 2021. Despite the introduction of bright colors, many of these trends are actually modern takes on age-old classics, so there is no need to worry about implementing them in the fear that within the space of just a few years, your bathroom will already be out of date and require doing up all over again.

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