Bathroom Designs 2016

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Bathroom Designs 2016

White is one of the top bathroom colors for 2016. White bathroom fixtures are in strong demand, as are white bathroom tiles and bath accessories as well. White is an outstanding color to use in your bathroom no matter what your style, whether it’s modern, contemporary, traditional or transitional.

Bathroom Designs 2016

Kristen DockeryI love all these awesome bathroom ideas. I have been wanting to redo my bathroom for a couple of weeks now and after seeing all these awesome ideas, I really just want to do it. I think I’ll start this weekend, I’ll probably start by just getting everything prepped for painting and things like that. I can’t wait to see how it turns!Em?ke BalázsI have an other one: Design and made by Mehbs Yaqub (friend).All the bathroom designed with Swarovski crystal element…stunning and high end luxurious!Paul LangleyThese are some really great design tips for any bathroom. I had never seen a freestanding tub like that one, but I really like the angular shape. And the stone wall behind it looks really nice with the white ceiling and appliances. Thanks so much for writing, I’ll have to refer back to this as I finish my bathroom.

Bathroom Designs 2016

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Renovating your bathroom is a big investment in time and money, so it’s important to do your homework before you start. Creating a budget and searching for the right designer are important pre-renovation tasks, and so is coming up with a bathroom wish list. Doing this will ensure that you have a clear vision of how you want your revamped space to look, work and feel. If you need some inspiration, reading up on the latest bathroom trends can help you get on track and pinpoint what you want and need. And there’s no better place to start than with the 2016 trend predictions we’ve rounded up for you from four Houzz experts in Australia.

Bathroom Designs 2016

Residential architects are reporting strong demand for bathroom remodeling in 2016. That itself is an important trend; it’s a carryover trend from previous years, as many homeowners remodeled bathrooms in 2014 and 2015. In fact, many 2016 remodeling projects were originally scheduled in 2015, and a number of architects have said that “postponed projects” played a significant role in driving the demand for their services.

Bathroom Designs 2016

In 2016, metals trend are coming back with full strength. Although we’ve seen a little bit of brass in 2015, you can embrace it fully in the upcoming year. Along with brass, you’ll also find gold, silver, platinum, stainless and brushed steel as popular finishes for your luxury bathroom in 2016. Get a little bold with brass faucets or change the cabinet knobs to a metal finish. See more: High Point Market 2015 – Metals Trend

Bathroom Designs 2016

schulberg demkiw architects 11. Industrial chic. If you’re an industrial enthusiast, then 2016 is your year. According to Dee, edgy industrial-inspired bathroom design is on the rise. Expect to see the use of cool, gritty concrete (or silky smooth if you opt for a polished finish) not just on bathroom floors but as a wall surface too. Dee predicts that concrete-look tiles will also cement themselves as favorite wall and floor coverings next year.But note that concrete can make a space look cold and harsh. Introducing contrasting textures such as wood, natural fibers and plush bath mats and towels will help soften the look and add coziness.

Bathroom Designs 2016

11. Industrial chic. If you’re an industrial enthusiast, then 2016 is your year. According to Dee, edgy industrial-inspired bathroom design is on the rise. Expect to see the use of cool, gritty concrete (or silky smooth if you opt for a polished finish) not just on bathroom floors but as a wall surface too. Dee predicts that concrete-look tiles will also cement themselves as favorite wall and floor coverings next year.But note that concrete can make a space look cold and harsh. Introducing contrasting textures such as wood, natural fibers and plush bath mats and towels will help soften the look and add coziness.

Bathroom Designs 2016

After all the research we’ve done, we feel qualified to give you the scoop on what we think are the most important bathroom trends for 2016. We aren’t doing anything you couldn’t be doing for yourself, but the truth is, we think our bathroom trend report will save you many hours of trend research. We’ve put a few weeks’ worth of time into compiling it, and we keep it updated as we make new discoveries.

Green bathrooms have made an appearance in 2015, but the green plant trend of 2016 will make having greenery in the bathroom a must. I’ve talked about some great plants to use in your insuite bathroom. But if you are bolder (or renovating), think about adding a full green feature to the space: green walls and indoor gardens are cool and trendy right now.    

Tongue n Groove 1. Wood. “Timber will continue to flourish in the bathroom,” says Andrew Crawshaw, director of design at Smarter Bathrooms. “The release of new purpose-designed timber products enables us to bring its natural warmth into a previously timber-tabooed space.”If you’re interested in working wood into your bathroom, take a cue from this striking example and consider using the material in unexpected ways, such as on the wall or as a sink.Wall covering: Graupa Eterno European oak engineered wood floorboards, Tongue n GrooveWood in the Bathroom? Absolutely!

1. Wood. “Timber will continue to flourish in the bathroom,” says Andrew Crawshaw, director of design at Smarter Bathrooms. “The release of new purpose-designed timber products enables us to bring its natural warmth into a previously timber-tabooed space.”If you’re interested in working wood into your bathroom, take a cue from this striking example and consider using the material in unexpected ways, such as on the wall or as a sink.Wall covering: Graupa Eterno European oak engineered wood floorboards, Tongue n GrooveWood in the Bathroom? Absolutely!

Bathroom floors are notoriously cold, but they don’t have to be. The solution: electric heated floors. These are currently being installed in rooms besides just the bathroom, but they are particularly popular in the bathroom due to their ability to help dry out moisture and humidity that results from bathing and showering.

Mid-century modern design is architectural, furniture, graphic and interior style of the mid-19th century 1933-1965. Geometric shapes, natural colors and straight lines are all part of mid-century modern design. Bathroom furniture is a great place to start when designing your bathroom. Create a focal point by placing a modern chair in the corner or even a small sofa. Look for patterns and colors that fit into those categories when looking for what type of faucet, mirror and fixtures you are choosing to place in your modern bathroom.

Freestanding tubs are a staple for modern bathroom designs. Balance is key, so keep things symmetrical and sharp by strategically placing your tub in a spot that enhances the feng shui of your bathroom. Traditionally bathtubs are the familiar oval shape, however give a rectangular or pedestal tub a try.

Squares, almost-squares and angular shaped designs are hot these days. We’re seeing blocky looks and square shapes popping up everywhere, from web pages to cosmetics palettes to automobile designs. Crafters are enjoying a resurgence of interest in granny squares. Squares are a hot commodity in home décor as well, and they’re particularly well-suited for use in bathroom décor; they are versatile shapes that work well in modern, contemporary and transitional bathrooms.

2016 is coming! It’s the end of the summer already, and 2016 is coming fast. These trends are sure to make a big splash once the new year arrives. Which ones do you like the most? Leave your comment below and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest! 

CLPM Limited 2. Cool and calm. Cool tones that create a tranquil environment will be big in the bathroom in 2016, says Carmel Dee, senior interior designer at GIA Bathrooms & Kitchens. Her top two picks for cool hues are blues and emerald greens. Pair these with crisp white and touches of wood for a fresh, uplifting feel, or team them with metallic accents and rustic materials for a design that’s edgier and more sophisticated.

2. Cool and calm. Cool tones that create a tranquil environment will be big in the bathroom in 2016, says Carmel Dee, senior interior designer at GIA Bathrooms & Kitchens. Her top two picks for cool hues are blues and emerald greens. Pair these with crisp white and touches of wood for a fresh, uplifting feel, or team them with metallic accents and rustic materials for a design that’s edgier and more sophisticated.

Zeitgeist Photography 7. Functionality first. Spatial planning will be a key focus for bathroom designers in 2016, predicts Seeger, who says this approach is “like a return to modernism” and the idea that form follows function. This is sure to be welcome news for renovators who loathe clutter and overdone design in favor of a clean, practical and streamlined look. “Ensure there is adequate storage to hide your hair dryers and excess lotions and potions away,” Seeger says. “Items that are not functional are tucked away, allowing for a room of quiet contemplation.”

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