Bathroom trends 2014.
In this article we look into the beautiful world of bathrooms highlighting the newest trends coming out of the industry this year.
Marble and Onyx Panels
Pieces of onyx and marble make any bathroom unique.
We see a trend where big panels, full cladding and book-matching define a mix of contemporary furniture and ancient looks in stone.
Bathroom in Calacatta Oro marble with a feature panel of Onyx by Robyn Scott Interiors
White, white and white
There is no doubt that white is still one of the hottest colours this year.
Materials such as Bianco Carrara, Calacatta Oro, Statuario and Gioia remain popular.
With big players such as Apple, Samsung and Fiat working using white on their designs; we forecast white is here to stay at least for the short and medium term.
Bathroom in Calacatta marble
Pharell William’s bathroom in Calacatta Oro, part of the $16.8 million penthouse on sale
Cross cut, vein cut, honed are some of the many variants of travertine which have always been popular in bathroom
Travertine floor to ceiling by RS Studio
Spa to relax
Spas in hotels or specialist retreats are a popular escape to relax and unwind. We noticed this trend has reached the residential market.
Professional designers are working on wet rooms, hot tabs and saunas amongst other areas to relax at home.
Crema Marfil cladding and Imperial Brown tops in the Gulf Hotel, Bahrain
Neutral colours and natural materials provide a feel of calm.
Materials that are soft on looks and feel such as natural wood, marble and limestone are timeless.
Dark wood and white onyx are natural features in this bathroom
Hotel style bathrooms are becoming trendy in new designs. These can be wild and daring!
Travertine walls, wooden floors and quartz tops to vanity and bath panels
Glam bathroom with a base of Absolute Black granite by Nieto Design
Recessed vanity in Striato Olympico marble