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The bathroom is one of the first and last rooms you see each day, so it’s important to make sure it’s well-designed and stylish. Learning about current bathroom design trends can help you pick a look that complements your home and your personal tastes.
2022 Bathroom Trends to Consider:
Bathrooms are frequently disregarded because they are not as visually striking as other rooms in the house. While some may question this, we at House Beautiful say, “Why not?” After all, bathrooms are spaces that everyone uses, so they should be designed with the same care as a comfortable living room.
So, if you’ve decided that 2022 is the year you’ll actually make an effort to upgrade yours, we’ve got you covered: House Beautiful has compiled a list of 5 bathroom trends for 2022, including the resurgence of scenic murals, an abundance of plants, and experimentation with contrasting textures. If you use this as a guide, you can’t go wrong with the remodel of your bathroom.
1) Rich Greenery: Cool Bathroom Trends
We predict that the biophilic movement in bathroom design will continue “Architect and interior designer Henry Prideaux puts it this way. “By using a biophilic design philosophy and decorating the bathroom with a variety of natural elements like houseplants and pampas grass, you can create a soothing spa-like sanctuary in which to be enveloped” (like in this London space Prideaux recently completed).
2) Relaxing Spa Amenities: One of the Best Bathroom Trends
A growing number of buyers at Meritage Homes are opting for high-end fixtures in the bathroom, “Amber Shay, the company’s National Design Director, has revealed.
Many modern homebuyers are looking for luxurious spa-like amenities, and these have become standard. We anticipate this pattern to persist. You can achieve a high-end look by installing granite or quartz solid surface countertops with trendy under-mount sinks and tiling the shower floor with mosaic tiles.
3) Vibrant Large-Sized Tiles: One of My Favorite Bathroom Trends
While grey may have been a go-to color for bathroom remodels in years past, that is likely to change. This year, we’re moving on to much more daring and cozy looks. Although grey is a great color, nothing beats the vibrancy of a full rainbow. We predicted the popularity of warmer tones in our article about the top bathroom design trends for 2016. So, here’s the deal. Now is their chance! True, we now find ourselves surrounded by shades of more comfortable warmth.
In the past few years, we’ve seen a lot of bathrooms decorated in shades of grey, but now we’re seeing a shift toward bathrooms with warmer tones. Tiles for the floor, walls, and vanities are all following this style. Some homeowners may be hesitant to use these warm tones on their homes’ exteriors, so grey may remain a popular alternative to white for those who want to make a bolder statement.
4) Two Showerheads Are Better Than One
There is no need to hold your breath any longer for your significant other to finish their shower. The size of showers has been growing over the past few years, and this year we expect to see double-headed showerheads installed in these spacious showers. Two showerheads or one fixed and one portable showerhead are two examples. Having a double showerhead is not only convenient, it also increases the opulence and prestige of your bathroom.
5) Wallpaper Is Back With A Bang
Although the mere mention of wallpaper may cause some to wince and others to jump for joy, it is undeniable that it does so. No, we’re not talking about the wallpaper in your grandmother’s house. Wall murals and graphics that are so eye-catching and captivating that you’ll want them in your own home. The newest versions are even peel-and-stick, making them easier on amateurs and eliminating the need for any glue cleanup.
Are you prepared to take a chance and revitalize your boring home? To get started, you can’t go wrong with the powder room because it’s small, has no moisture problems, has a door that can be closed and can be easily modified. If you want to impress your guests, redecorate the guest bathroom with some eye-catching wallpaper.