2022 Bathroom trends
Bathrooms are frequently overlooked parts of the home because they are considered a clinical area. Here at Bassetts, we are passionate that the bathroom is just as important as a kitchen or living area. It is important to consider the design and colour choices to ensure the bathroom is consistent with the rest of your home.
If 2022 is the year you finally decide to upgrade your bathroom, we have got you covered with all the trends and things to consider when renovating your bathroom or installing a new bathroom in a new home!
Plants, Plants and more plants!
In 2022, our obsession with all things leafy and green shows no signs of slowing down. Indoor plants have been an important part of our lives during lockdown, and our communities have benefited from the therapeutic benefits as well as curating more comfortable homes. Whatever trend appeals to you, why not take advantage of the new year’s fresh start by bringing some new leafy greens into your home.
As trends come and go, marble appears to maintain its position at the forefront of the interior design industry. Marble textures can be used in the design of structures ranging from walls to floors to ceilings. Mable has long been regarded as a luxurious material that never goes out of style. Why not incorporate it into your new bathroom this year?
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Single-purpose areas appear to be a thing of the past. In light of architectural advancements and design, we anticipate that interior design trends in 2022 will include clever ideas for multifunctional rooms. Utilise every nook and cranny with clean and innovative room-dividing strategies.
In 2022, black accents and hardware will be a popular home trend. It’s a great way to give a more minimalist space some edge and depth. Choose light, neutral colours for your room’s main elements, such as paint colours and large pieces of furniture, and add black accents for contrast! Brassware and handles in your bathroom are a great simple way to add contrast to an existing bathroom.
Return to the 70’s
Some will cringe at the prospect of the famous 1970s design trends making a comeback in 2022… but with a modern twist! Expect muted earthy colours and curved furniture rather than flamboyant oranges. Don’t think we forgot about the pattern; it will undoubtedly be seen in every room of the house this year!
Minimalism can be found in both Japanese and Scandinavian designs. Minimalism emphasises being content with less. Try removing everything in your space and then reintroducing only the items that you truly need or that bring you joy. Less is more in many cases.
Japandi styling top tips
> Clean Lines
> Simple colour palette
> Soft lighting
> Only include items that have a purpose