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05 Jul 2022 by Caroma
Trend reports are a great place to gain inspiration for an upcoming bathroom renovation, but they’re not the be-all and end-all of bathroom design. We think it’s important to also consider the other two 't’s – timelessness and taste. Your personal taste, that is. When you’re creating your own bathroom sanctuary; you want it to make you feel as good as it looks, so injecting your own style into your dream bathroom is essential.
We asked our Caroma experts what they consider to be five trends that will endure the test of time:
“This has become a principal consideration in bathroom design. Today’s consumers are more educated and wellbeing conscious. They are wanting their bathroom design to include products that are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also make them feel good and impact positively on their lives at the same time” – Nicole Staples, Caroma on The Parade Flagship Manager
“Designers are coming up with clever ways to use the one material to keep spaces no-fuss, but interesting. The Tom Fereday pod inside the Sydney Flagship store features marble tiles that are cut on the bias, showing how you can reduce the amount of finishes you use in a space by thinking of a unique way to showcase them” – Emilia Grujic, Caroma on Collins Flagship Consultant
“Where landscapes meet wet rooms is my current obsession. I love the idea of glass walls stretching out on to enclosed private gardens. This creates an outdoor experience and brings in that sense of nature” – Linda Visser, Caroma Flagship Consultant
4. BATHROOM FURNITURE
“The integration of furniture into the bathroom is a true indication of how the bathroom space is transitioning from a utilitarian space to one where we can indulge in self-care within our own personal sanctuary at home” – Emilia Grujic
Adds Deborah De Jong, Caroma on Collins Flagship Engagement Manager: “Storage is our greatest need given that we are now a metrosexual society and our men have the same amount of toiletries as us women, so bathroom furniture makes this necessity a beautiful (and much needed) inclusion!”
5. DARING TO BE BOLD
“It may be more fashion than trend, but I am really enjoying the use of bold colour in a bathroom to evoke a feeling of opulence and luxury. Advances in technology means that we will be seeing more and more colour, even in tapware thanks to new plating techniques”
– Nicole Staples