Springtime is when nature comes alive, and you’ll often find with home designs that it’s out with the old and in with the new. With this in mind, you may be looking to give your bathroom a new lease of life too. The bathroom may seem like quite a dull place to start, but when you think about it, it’s where you spend a fair amount of your time. Whether you’re rushing around first thing in the morning, or winding down in the tub after a long day, the appearance of your bathroom matters! Why not introduce a fresh, springtime atmosphere with these springtime bathroom colour trends:
2017 bathroom design is going to be heavily focused on the trend of organic shapes, and natural materials. You can’t go wrong with neutral shades, but you can make it more exciting by mixing and matching natural textures, like exposed wood, stone, slate and marble. Shades of brown, white and grey work beautifully in bathrooms as they provide a calm, relaxing atmosphere. Adding some personality to your space by adding some foliage is hot right now too – tropical succulents are still very much on trend this year and adding shades of green to complement your natural shades will keep your bathroom feeling fresh and revived ready for spring!
Springtime always sees an influx of floral shades, from pink blossoms and gentle purples to muted greys and greens – and with the revival of vintage style bathroom suites set to appear in 2017, with luxury roll top baths these floral shades add even more luxury and sophistication to the bathroom. You can mix and match block colours and floral patterns, but remember that less is more with this trend. Keep it subtle and refined. Adding glimpses of spring shades on white washed or light grey walls will mean you won’t end up with something resembling your Grandma’s bathroom suite!
If you fancy something a bit bolder, a real statement bathroom, then why not go for a striking contemporary vibe? Keeping the bathroom suite white, you can combine white walls with statement-tiled walls and quirky elements like steel drum sinks and wall height towel rails for an industrial feel. Glossy dark teal tiles teamed with exposed wooden accents and lots of white gives your bathroom a truly modern facelift with the odd 70’s retro element – again, completely on trend for 2017. Combining an ultra-modern white suite with a retro 70’s occasional chair as an accent gives you not only somewhere to get dressed after bathing, but gives your bathroom style and individuality.
The great news is, there are more than a few ‘in’ colours this year, so why not give your favourite colours a whirl, taking care to try and match them with 2017s hottest trends.