With the beginning of a new seasom, comes the opportunity to reset the design ideas and create unbelievable bathroom design projects with the most famous bathroom design trends!
From petite powder rooms to unique master baths, the inspiring Elle Decor magazine asked some of their favorite interior designers about the bathroom ideas they predict will dominate Fall/ Winter 2020. Read on for the top bathroom trends we’re loving so far from their incredible list:
Bailey Austin from Bailey Austin Design defends that the rustic brass finishes are going to continue to be one of the popular bathroom design trends in the luxury bathrooms world. According, to the interior designer this simple detail, is still a great way to add a little luxe to your life.
The founder of Barta Interiors, Janice Barta thinks that rich, bold, and unusual marble is a bathroom design trend the world is loving. People are staying away from the usual Carrara and Calcutta Gold and are taking risks on unique materials such as Zebrino, Arabascato, Paonazzo and Emperador Marble, such as in this incredible vessel sink by Maison Valentina.
Rayman Boozer, the designer at Apartment 48, believes that marbelized wallpapers or surfaces are going to be the people’s choice when it comes to selecting the perfect background. The interior designer loves to incorporate this bathroom design trend in small powder rooms and alcoves since its the perfect ‘wow’ moment and presents a glamorous, but contemporary look to the bathroom project.
Darla Bankston May from Bankston May Associatessays that you can never go wrong with a framed mirror in your bathroom design because it instantly upgrades the space. This might be one of her favorite bathroom design trends so far!
Luxurious Black Freestanding Bathtubs:
Courtney Hill Fertitta, founder and designer of Courtney Hill Interiors, thinks that a black freestanding tub into a bathroom design will add a bit of opulence to space.
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