Bathroom Trends for 2023

PUBLISHED: 10th Feb 2023

Bathrooms have long evolved from being the functional part of the family home to a room with huge potential. There are, as with many aspects of life design trends that come and go in terms of style materials.  So… what are the bathroom trends for 2023

Metalwork still seems to be continuing as a trend, and although the warmer trends of brass and copper have been in style for a while, gunmetal is starting to make an appearance, especially on tapware, lighting fixtures and mirrors.

Accessories such as this add a touch of luxury to any bathroom, and compliment many types of material, particularly marble and stone, giving a luxurious but minimalist feel – a pale marble is in fact a trend for 2023 too – coloured marble can be used to create a statement.

The polar opposite of marble but equally popular is a bathroom based around a cottage theme, with many different textures and patterns, often using feminine colours and florals that provide a traditional English countryside feel and an existence much more in tune with nature.

Wall pannelling is often seen in country homes, this goes well with a countryside theme, and is also trending in 2023 – pair it up with rustic wooden mirrors and accessories, and a traditional free standing bath (also on trend) with vintge details if the bathroom has enough space to carry this.

Wooden floorings or standout floor tiles can add a real touch of character to a functional bathroom, and adding classic furniture such as an ornate chair can finish off the look.

Bring the outdoor in by adding touches of nature to wallpaper and of course a few plants too.

A Frameless glass shower screen is perfect for a minimalist look and is especially good for small spaces - walk in showers are now much more appealing than the four sided enclosures of recent years.

In a small bathroom, this can be used to provide a really opulent spacious feel, especially if partnered with marble and metal accessories – or beautiful tilework – in the last 12 months, online searches for ‘glass shower screens’ has seen a dramatic increase – any small space solutions are on trend, maximising our ever decreasing floorspace with floating vanity units, clever storage space and narrow bathroom furniture..

Mixed-era design spanning a multiple time period can create a space that feels both accessible and timeless – traditional tiles, panelling and antique furniture combined with modern metal accessories such as mirrors and lighting provides a great contrast between old and new

Overseas vibes are also making a trend in 2023 from Danish pastels to ancient Greek décor providing proportion and simplicity with polished marble, decorative plasterwork, ornate trims and natural textures which is easy to incorporate. The Greek bathroom can feel refined and elaborate so a contrast of textures inspired by nature can make an effective contrasting look.

Danish soft pastels soften the shade whilst Scandanavian styles are simple and uncomplicated with clean lines and neutral tones providing a serene environment that is relaxing and calm. Keeping it clean and simplified should never mean boring.

A burst of colour as a feature won’t change the theme of the bathroom but just add a unique touch. If you don’t want to go too dramatic, just add a touch of grey to your monochrome bathroom – simple but effective, and neutral greens and sage, sky blues and candy-coloured pinks provide a similar effect.

Geometric tiles on the floors and the walls are visually interesting and allow for a bolder more masculine approach – sleek modern products go well with this look and add a freestanding bath to contrast with the geometrical tiles.

Natural walls in limewash and textured finishes can be achieved with what is described as Venetian plaster that gives your bathroom a soft feel and look when natural clay and water are combined – this is also a cost-effective option.

If you are looking for bathroom inspiration and a property full of 2023 trends, then look no further for ornate marble tiling and walk in showers at our newly launched property on Primley Park Avenue in Alwoodley, North Leeds. To arrange an early inspection call 01134 676 400.

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