2018 Bathroom Style Trends in Telluride & Beyond
Get on board with the latest and stylish bathroom trends for 2018 according to Grand Designs magazine.
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The star of many contemporary schemes is the freestanding tub, and innovative designers have created options that work in small spaces.
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Timber’s versatility has been another driving force, with pale planks creating a light, airy look, knotted and gnarled woods bringing a rustic feel and darker tones being used to add a shot of drama.
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It’s time to fall back in love with monochrome. Edgy black and dark grey, used for accents, surfaces and focal-point pieces, are the perfect way to introduce moody tones without sacrificing light from a space.
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Design experts agree there has been a shift in the role of the bathroom from practical room to additional living area. Soft furnishings, storage that resembles furniture and chic lighting fixtures are now the norm alongside indulgent rainfall showers, recessed mirrors and open shelving.
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Where this trend has been especially prevalent is taps, with handles made from crystal, etched glass, marble and even timber, as well as variations on gold and brass. The washbasin is a focal point with marble, metal and glass designs forming an eye-catching contrast for brassware in finishes such as brushed nickel, anthracite, black and white.
Other trends include:
- Add color to bathroom decor: Subtle hues are making a comeback. Color and texture can be introduced in a number of ways, from geometric tiles to colored shower panels, vanity tops and basins.
- Install a wet room: Opting for a wet room in place of a shower enclosure continues to be a big trend, but there’s a move to add more features and make it less of a plain space.
- Incorporate mosaic tiling: Mosaics have had a style renaissance. Rather than simple squares, glass formed into new shapes, such as chevrons and geometric styles, brings a shot of high-end luxury to a scheme.
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