Here are the bathroom trends that will dominate in 2022
Bathrooms are often an overlooked part of the home, as they aren’t usually as glamorous (or Instagram-friendly) as other spaces. But here at Beautiful house, we say: why not? After all, the bathrooms are definitely pieces that everyone uses, which is why their design is just as important as, say, a comfortable living room. So if 2022 will be the year you ultimately strive to upgrade yours, we have you ready: Below, Beautiful House put together a list of 10 bathroom trends you should expect to see in 2022, including the return of quaint murals, lots of plants, and mixed and matched textures. With that as an inspiration, you won’t go wrong in renovating your bathroom.
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Lots of plants
âOne bathroom interior design trend that we see continuing is that of biophilia,â says Henry Prideaux of Henry Prideaux Interior Design. “By taking a biophilic approach and styling the bathroom with an array of natural elements such as houseplants and pampas grass, you can create a soothing spa-like sanctuary in which to relax. wrap “(as in this recently completed London Prideaux space).
âMore time spent at home since the start of the pandemic has meant that there is a need to feel connected with nature as a way to reduce stress and anxiety, therefore being able to retreat to a space of relaxation that has been beautifully dressed in plants, can make you feel nourished, “explains Prideaux.” We often use plants to decorate our interiors, not only to provide a focal point to punctuate a space, but also for the added benefit of improve the air quality in the house. â
Spa type features
âMeritage Homes has seen a significant increase in the selection of luxury items for bathrooms,â reveals Amber Shay, the company’s national design director.
âThe specialized features that create a spa-like retreat have now become a priority for most homebuyers,â she adds. âWe expect this trend to continue in 2022. Think luxury finishes such as tiled shower trays using detailed mosaic tiles, euro-style shower doors with thicker glass, minimal framing, sleek hardware and beautiful low-maintenance granite or quartz solid surface countertops combined with the trend for undermount sinks. “
Remarkable benches and stools
Designer Lucy Penfield predicts that makeup benches and stools, especially when combined âwith something soft and texturedâ will be the âitâ home accessory of 2022. âWe’re still crazy about delicious decorative bathroom accessories and trays to bring together your favorite Jo Malone and wellness items, âshe says.
âBathrooms are now less confined to clinical white walls and a contemporary feel throughout,â says designer Avalana Simpson. Even those who love clean lines and modern bathrooms are increasingly confident to be busy and daring on walls or in small alcoves. The towering walls are no longer there to impress guests in rooms. entry, âshe adds. Instead, intricate murals and hand-drawn scenes will be added to bathrooms and powder rooms to create spa-like sanctuaries where owners themselves can relax and enjoy each day. “
If the murals are a bit too overdone, a more subtle statement can be achieved with marble. AndrÃ© Henri from Andrew Henry Interiors predicts that we will see “white and gray shades of marble used in high end luxury projects.” He advises interior designers to create “a feeling of opulence by using materials that contrast with each other to create a visual and tactile texture in the room”, as in this project in Mayfair.
Marble isn’t all that will be luxurious in bathrooms 2022: Architectural designer Paige Foss of Drees Homes believes that “peace and serenity will remain supreme in the world of bathroom designs, but these business cards will blend in with luxurious finishes and striking storage features. ” The most important design elements to integrate? âA balance of light and natural hues will give these spaces a feeling of bliss and escape, while heavy use of tiling will make plumbing fixtures less ornamental and more of a feast to the eyes. “
Mixture of textures
Manny Angelo Varas, president and CEO of MV Group USA, predicts that âthe combination of colors, textures and materialsâ will be the bathroom trend of 2022. âIn the past we have seen tones minimalist and monolithic in bathrooms â, butâ for 2022 we are designing projects with mesh glass with sandwich mirrors, textured wall coverings and movement in space instead of the solid solid colors we saw in the bathroom. over the past five years, âhe explains.
This doesn’t mean that more minimal pallets are missing, but neutral spaces will get warmer thanks to natural materials. “Bathrooms should now be clean but not clinical,” advises David Thompson of Assembledge +. Bring in the fresh air and let the sun fall on the textured tile, stone and wood. These rooms should be modest but with room to breathe, private but still connected. For example, a variation of the “Jack and Jill” tub can be arranged as separate installations on opposite sides of a shared shower. “
Shower rooms and walk-in showers
Paul Wells from Sanctuary Bathrooms found that “more and more people are choosing to opt for walk-in showers and wet rooms rather than bathtubs, while moving away from smaller cubicles for larger and larger enclosures” .
Plus, this trend is “paired with colorful and patterned tiles that can create a stunning wall or backdrop.” And Wells clarifies that it “doesn’t mean the death of the bath, but there has certainly been more of a slowing down in the last few years as people start to think more for themselves than for others. People have such lives. fast that showers are a convenience, but that luxurious, eye-catching freestanding tubs will always have a market.
Mix the old and the new
âConsumers are better informed about what they like and want and are also willing to take more risks when it comes to the design of their bathroom, to create something truly unique,â ââsays Darren Allison of British Columbia Designs. âThe secret to making it work is in the mix. Remember that opposites attract! Â», He advises. Need some design ideas for this particular trend? Try a traditional tub with a sleek, modern faucet, or vintage faucets with a modern sink, suggests Allison.
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