Top 6 Sydney Bathroom Trends
#1 Clean Lines
When it comes to Sydney bathroom designs, the clean line bathroom trend is definitely here to stay. Not only is this look aesthetically pleasing, it’s also a breeze to clean!
An uncluttered bathroom allows for a crystal clear mind; a wonderful way to begin each day and a relaxing way to unwind before bed.
Narrowing the texture palette to a few choices is the ideal way to maintain a minimalist look.
#2 Natural Materials
Bathroom designers in Sydney love working with natural finishes to make an eye-catching statement.
Stone, timber and textured metallics are increasing in popularity as a mix of textures provides plenty of intrigue for minimalist designs.
Bathroom vanity benchtops in stone and marble continue to be popular. Timber look vanity doors and neutral stone walls combine well with matt black or metallic tapware.
Don’t forget to add some plants to complement the natural elements and bring life to your bathroom space.
#3 Deep Bathtubs
The comfort and spa-like feel of a deep soaking bathtub will never date. Must we explain why?
With the right planning, even a smallish bathroom can accommodate a huge tub.
They make a beautiful statement piece and are available in modern and Art Deco inspired designs which are very much on trend.
#4 Statement Tapware
There are so many different styles and finishes available in tapware. Once you’re sure of your bathroom design and materials, create a
digital or tactile mood board to make your tapware choice easier.
Brushed brass is popular and combines beautifully with a mix of stone and marble textures in the bathroom.
Matt white tapware creates seamless lines in an all-white bathroom and can offset a coloured tile wall or marble slab.
Brushed nickel is contemporary, timeless and understated so it won’t overpower any other
textures and patterns in the bathroom.
#5 Backlit Mirrors
A great looking mirror is essential in the bathroom for aesthetics and practicality. A backlit mirror takes it to the next level! It creates a subtle glow to illuminate the space creating the desired ambience for your bathroom.
Ideally your mirror/s will span the width of the vanity while small bathrooms benefit from a wall to wall mirror to open up the space.
Round and oval mirrors are very on trend and provide softness to the hard and crisp lines often found in bathrooms.
#6 Shaped Tiles
Although subway tiles have been a solid favourite for a while, scalloped and hexagon shaped tiles are starting to grow in popularity in the bathroom. This choice works especially well if you don’t want to commit to a bold colour.
Alternatively, making a feature of a shaped bathroom tile with a strong colour works particularly well in an all-white bathroom.
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