I love a bathroom. They’re usually one of my favourite rooms in the house and whenever I’m in a house of someone new, I always like to check out their bathroom interiors. I’ve mentioned on my blog before how I feel that bathrooms can be a really relaxing and tranquil place to be and obviously the interior decor plays a huge part in that.
I wouldn’t feel very relaxed and tranquil in a bathroom that was painted red, for example. I’d feel more like Beverly from that scene in the first IT movie (this scene, if you’re not familiar but would recommend watching if you don’t like blood) but you know, each to their own, if gruesome gory horror scenes are your jam.
My favourite interiors trends for UK bathrooms are probably more on the “basic” side as opposed to “horror movie vibe” but today I wanted to share with you some of my preferences. And if and when I have a place of my own, I’d definitely opt for one of these!
Here are some of my favourite bathroom interior trend of 2019:
I love a pastel shade so chances are, I’d go for pastel pink hues in my dream bathroom interior. Certainly not the entire bathroom but perhaps one wall or certain items. Pastel shades are also super easy to pair with other colours too; gold, silver or another signature colour like navy blue. Dreamy!
If it was up to me, I’d have Scandinavian style decor in my WHOLE HOUSE. Heck, let me just move to Scandinavia to really soak up all the authentic Scandinavian style I can. Pale shades, wooden accents, a pop of colour here and there. I think raw and natural style works amazingly in a bathroom – it’d be incredibly tranquil.
Industrial and exposed materials
I think this styles can look incredible. Think exposed plumping, exposed brick work and industrial lights. Think industrial chic – because it certainly doesn’t have to look like a scaffolding site. If done correctly, it can look amazing and also a little different from decor you’d usually find in a bathroom.
Similar to Scandinavian style but… on speed. I love a minimal interior decor. I wish my own house and bedroom was more minimal but it’s hard when your other half literally keeps EVERYTHING. Minimal decor makes my heart happy because I HATE too much “stuff”. Which can be a problem in a bathroom that holds a lot of products.
The thing with geometric designs is that you can incorporate them into any of the above interior designs too. So a mix of trends which could work really well. I love geometric bathroom tiles, in a pastel shade or as a feature wall in a more minimal style bathroom. Oh the possibilities!
What are your favourite bathroom interior trends? Is your own bathroom decorated in your favourite trends at the moment or are you planning to re-decorate soon?
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