Bathroom trends to look out for


You may be looking for a super-chic bathroom, or perhaps you want a clutter-free, family-friendly space. Whatever your bathroom needs, there will be something in this round-up of this year’s top trends to suit your tastes and requirements. Having a sneaky peak round other peoples houses are there bathrooms is always a good idea as it can give inspiration.  Companies like Letting Agents Cheltenham must see so many bathrooms every day that they should start a blog with pictures. To contact them and potentially organise a look around some houses pop over to sites including

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Indigo blue

This colour will really make a splash, bringing shades of the sea to your bathroom. Create a sophisticated combination by blending it with rich turquoise tones and plenty of texture.

Bold accents

Add drama and decadence to your bathroom with bright colour splashes. How about a vibrant red cabinet to set off your cheap laminate flooring to perfection, or large mosaic tiles and a dramatic feature wallpaper?

Heritage style

You might choose to start your bathroom design with versatile laminate flooring from a specialist but you can still add fashionable heritage style with a roll-top bath or shower with traditional-looking ceramic-handled brassware.

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Sunken baths

Create a spa-style environment with a luxurious sunken bath, or make a real statement with a slipper-shaped or bateau tub positioned in the centre of your room.

Narrow-fit furniture

Make the most of the space you have in your bathroom by using practical and stylish narrow-fit furniture. You can find more space-maximising tips on the BBC website.

High-gloss, ultra-modern modular furniture can really create a feeling of light and space, while wall-hung units will add a sense of openness by making more floor visible.

Matt finishes

While high-gloss white will maximise the feeling of space in a smaller bathroom, matt finishes can create a real sense of luxury in bigger rooms. They are extremely good at hiding fingerprints, making them perfect for family spaces, and they juxtapose perfectly with such natural materials as stone and wood.

His and hers

You may have already gone down the road of his and hers basins, but how about taking it a step further and creating a double shower space with two sets of screens and individual controls?

Metallic touch

Modern metallic finishes can add glamour to your bathroom. Steer clear of showy golds; instead, opt for delicate rose shades and gentle champagne tones. Use your metallics sparingly to avoid tackiness; for example, you can add glamour with a golden border around your tiles or in your shower cubicle.

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