Feeling Blue? Wave goodbye to stark white and minimalist bathroom designs, as the winter blues get a whole new meaning with this bold and beautiful trend. My advice to embrace this dramatic hue is to bring it in in a subtle way. Try incorporating it through your towels, rugs, vases, plates and accessories, or paint a cast iron radiator like Heritage Bathrooms’ Clifton radiator, for a truly unique look. 

Making us blush, this soft pink tones are great for creating an elegant and feminine bathroom, and work perfectly with vintage styling. An ornate mirror, period-inspired vanity basin and plenty of vintage lanterns, candles and toiletries will finish this look beautifully. 

Opt for Opulence – Rose gold is a huge trend across the board this year, from clothing and jewellery to interiors. Bring this trend in through stunning statement brassware, metallic wallpaper or a show stopping opulent metallic statement bath like our Hylton bath.

Let History repeat itself with the trend for radiant revivals. To evoke historic glamour of a bygone era, you need to strike a delicate balance between Gatsby-inspired luxury and classic sophistication. A monochrome palette is a great base for this look and it creates the perfect backdrop against angular and modish taps, lighting and mirrors. 

Perfect patterns - Florals, botanicals, neon accents and geometric should be your ‘go to’ patterns this year. Patterns aren’t limited to the walls though, think about adding statement towels, curtains and tiles instead. For a truly distinctively individual design, try incorporating patterns across multiple walls in the bathroom or painting a cast iron bath with a bold geometric print.

Mix it up this season. It’s time to step away from traditional porcelain and gloss tiles and opt for mixed materials instead. Cement, exposed brick, untreated wood and steel may sound like unusual choices for the bathroom, but they make for the most gorgeous contrasts and loft-inspired eclectic finishes. An easy way to ‘get the look’ is to bring in furniture which features high gloss smooth surfaces, such as glass and Perspex, alongside natural stone or wood. The juxtaposition will make for a super stylish focal point. 

Check out our Pinterest page for more ideas on how to make your bathroom ‘distinctively individual’ and add some ‘wow’ to your powder room.