Ready for a renovation in your bathroom? These styles and trends that are hot in 2019 might give you some design inspiration for your own home.
Bold black design
Gone are the days of pastel-colored bathrooms or even the neutral whites and creams. In 2019, people are making a bold statement with bathrooms dominated by black fixtures and décor. It’s a great way to create a luxury, high-end feel. Black granite countertops are a good choice for your vanity. Other stones that you can use for a black or dark bathroom countertop include quartz, quartzite, onyx, and even black marble countertops.
Gray and white marble
When it comes to marble in the bathroom, a more popular trend is to combine white and gray stone to create an exciting contrast. Marble can be used for floors, walls, or countertops, but it should be sealed when placing in your bathroom due to its porousness. More and more it is being used as a form of statement art to add interest to the bathroom.
Invisible shower drains
People are moving away from unsightly shower drains in creative ways. Floors are designed so that the drain seamlessly blends into the floor, so you can’t tell where the floor ends and the drain starts. You can also use a patterned stone floor or one with lots of veinings to mask the drain. Marble slab is a good way to achieve either of these results.
If you’re sick of boring neutral bathrooms but think that a fully patterned bathroom would be too much, then installing a statement tile wall is the answer. Complete one wall in your bathroom or shower with patterned natural stone tiles to create a visual appeal that doesn’t overwhelm the room.
Vanities don’t have to go all the way to the ground anymore. People are opting for floating vanities that really open up the space. Vanities can be wall mounted effectively to leave an open space underneath them. Combine this with something unique like a travertine countertop to add the finishing touch to your vanity.
While some trends are trying to hide the bathroom hardware, others are putting it on full display. It’s becoming more common for people to purposefully leave their pipes and hardware on display, such as in the shower and underneath the sink. Console sink vanities can be added to leave everything exposed underneath, but this will also leave you with less storage. Top your minimalistic vanity off with an onyx countertop or a limestone countertop to keep it visually appealing.
Do any of these bathroom trends catch your fancy? We can help you with all your natural stone needs for countertops, walls, or floors. Get in touch or visit our showroom whenever you need our assistance.