Trend inspo: Bold Bathrooms

Today’s trend inspo is taking its inspiration from our 2022 bathroom predictions. We’ve already shared a bunch of statement showers, feature floors, and pink spaces, but we’re not done! We’ve got five more fabulous bathrooms to share and the tiles you need to recreate them at home.

1) Dark terrazzo

A dark moody surface speckled with light flecks and chips in various sizes makes this style of terrazzo a dramatic delight. Get the look with Schegge Grafite Deco from Ceramica Fioranese, Colorful Dark from Pastorelli, or Barcelona Chips from Huguet Mallorca.

@ceramicafioranese

2) Revamped Victorian

Mixing Victorian style tiles with modern fixtures, fittings, colours, and styling creates a timeless space that’s hard to mess up. Get the look of the bathroom below, designed by Gia Bathrooms & Kitchens, with Moroccan Bazaar from Jatana Interiors, Abbey Decor Black from Porcelain Superstore, or Martinez from London Encuastic.

@gia_renovations

3) High Contrast

Bold colour use and contrasting shades take the place of neutral colours and monochrome design. In this bathroom by Rima Design a statement is made with a delightful mix of glossy green fan tiles, white walls, and a peachy floor. Get the look with Ogee Drop Sea Green from Fireclay Tile, Sorento Wave Verde from Bedrosians Tile & Stone or Escamas Dynamic Skylight from Ape Grupo.

@rima.interiordesign

4) Jungalow

Lively colours, fresh planting, and oodles of character are what makes a Jungalow space so fun and inviting. In this bathroom by creator of Jungalow – Justina Blakeney – a beautiful blue hex is mixed with a vibrant tropical wallpaper for a fabulously rich space. Get the look with Adriatic Sea from Fireclay Tile, Stellar Navy Matt Porcelain from Mandarin Stone, or Hedron in Electric Blue from Bedrosians Tile & Stone.

@justinablakeney @thejungalow

5) Statement Shower

Add some unique, playful, or eyecatching tiles to the shower to create a fabulous focal point. Joyful sunny stripes brighten this shower by Crystal Sinclair Designs, with simple fittings and neutral tiles letting the colour stand out. Get the look with Ocotillo Cadmium from Zia Tile, Mustard Stripes from Otto Tiles & Design, or Calypso Colorway 3 from Sabine Hill.

@gilliandesign

A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, February 2022.

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