2022 was all about serenity in the bathroom with smooth surfaces and natural textures adding a healthy and understated look to spaces. And 2023 is looking to follow a similar path as bathroom trends for a minimalist Scandinavian style and natural materials take centre stage. Functionality and practicality will also be important such as storage and energy saving swaps.
Here’s 5 of the best 2023 bathroom trends you won’t want to miss out on.
1. Blushing beauty
In 2023, inspiration for colour draws from a full spectrum of the colour wheel but pastel shades are definitely looking prominent – especially blush. Weave this colour into your space for a beautiful and fresh update.
2. Stunning storage
Creating a space that looks good but lacks functionality won’t win you any favour points at home. Storage doesn’t have to be bulky and boring, in fact it can be the focal point of your bathroom. Our range of furniture comes in a variety of colours and designs to give you optimal choice.
3. Light and natural
Spacious bathrooms – or at least the idea of one – is one design trend emerging for 2023. For many of us this isn’t going to be something we can easily accommodate but there are ways you can reduce noise and clutter in your space to open out your room and give off the impression of space.
Keeping things simple, light and natural will really help. Start with traditional white ceramic and add in pockets of natural textures to create a warming finish to your bathroom without becoming overwhelming. Combine with clean white lines and greenery for a Scandi-bathroom style – a big trend for 2023 – or go bolder with colour for an exciting update to your space.
4. Beautifully functional
Everyone is finding ways to save pennies and reduce the cost of living as well as their impact on the environment. And in 2023 this is going to be more prominent than ever – even in the bathroom. LED lighting, water-saving technologies and simple swaps can help to reduce energy bills and be more environmentally friendly with it too.
Consider swapping your shower head for a water efficient version, reduce shower times and swap out one bath a week for a shower instead and you can save plenty on your bills.
All of our suites feature a water saving dual flush option allowing you to reduce the amount of water required to flush the pan. Find out more.
5. Mixed metals
Metal has become another feature of bathroom design which evolves year on year. In 2023 bathroom trends, the obsession with a luxurious gold touch continues but a more subtle and tarnished look has also emerged.
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