The top bathroom design trends of 2017

02 Jun

Are you ready to create your dream bathroom? Struggling for a little inspiration? Don't fear. We've put together the top bathroom design trends for this year! 

1. Embrace the metro tile

One of the hottest trends in interior design this year is the use of bevelled-edge tiles historically found in the metro, subway stations and undergrounds across the world. They are quirky, unique and add character to your bathroom. You can also find them in an assortment of colours and price ranges to suit all styles. They've become increasingly popular, so if you want to follow suit with this classic tile design then now is the perfect time to redesign. If you want to stand out from the crowd, then why not try placing the tiles vertically side by side as opposed to a layered brick effect? This makes for a retro look that's perfect for those who love a 70s vibe.

2. Creative with concrete

Concrete is a growing trend this year and it's the perfect solution for adding an industrial flair to your bathroom design. Concrete is versatile and you can create a variety of vibes with its use. You could pair a concrete wall with a natural wooden floor to create a New York loft feel or go luxurious by adding warm metallic finishes such as brass. 

3. Add a vintage flair

The vintage and antique interior design themes are always popular and never go out of style. Try a wooden wall panelling effect to create a classic look. You have a variety of options to choose from, including grove panelling and coastal tongue, to majestic board and batten designs which will add subtle detailing to the walls to ooze that antique feel. This look works particularly well against a traditional roll-top bath which is the ultimate centre-piece for a vintage inspired bathroom. 

If you're interested in designing your dream stylish bathroom, then look no further. BPM Bathrooms specialise in contemporary and designer designs, so we are positive we can design your perfect bathroom. Contact us today or why not visit our bathroom showroom in Battersea, South West London?

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