What’s Trending in Bathrooms, December 2019
Trends come and go so fast these days that sometimes it’s hard keeping up with them. When you don’t know what’s popular, it can get your head spinning about how to keep up with bathroom trends. Nonetheless, it can almost be a full-time job just trying to keep up with all of these trends. Let’s not forget when you finally find what is hip, the trend is over, and then feel foolish for trying. To save you the time and trouble researching those popular trends, Kingston Brass has compiled a list of the trends that have been gaining traction for bathrooms in the upcoming month. Stay in the loop by taking a look at our list of bathroom trends and maybe even try some out for yourself!
White and Gray Bathrooms
With the pastel colors slowly trending out, its time for white and gray to take the throne as the most in-demand color. White and gray are the go-to color for many renovators because of the strong neutral tones the two colors possess. If you are looking for colors that are easy on the eyes and soft in hue, then go for the top colors in bathrooms: white and gray.
Vessel sinks will add exuberance to any bathroom with their unique ability to match any color scheme and style to create a space that is uniquely you. Offering a more lavish aesthetic and creative appeal to your household bathroom, these sinks can be fabricated in a number of materials. This sink, in particular, boasts a beautiful white color and is made out of ceramic. The pristine, stain-resistant surface and glistening finish make for a very sturdy fixture that is easily maintained.
Most bathrooms either have a painted or white-tiled wall, but brick patterns have been rising. The most popular layout is the classic brick pattern, a series of offset tiles in alternating rows like a classic brick wall has been gaining a lot of traction in the interior design world. Utilized as a vanity backsplash or on the shower wall, this pattern is alluring and captivating to look at.
This faucet tastefully interweaves top-notch ergonomic design and the sheen of contemporary simplicity with its black silicone rubber coated handles and cylindrical facets. Kingston Brass vessel sink faucets perfectly complement the exquisite artistry of vessel sinks. Designed to handle the extra clearance needed for pairing with a vessel sink, this faucet boasts 9-1/2 inch of spout clearance.
If you want to bring texture to your bathroom, then this trend is the one for you. Solid surface materials have been making the rounds in the bathroom trend world but as textured and sculpted tiles. While solid surface walls in bathrooms are appealing as perfectly flat and smooth, patterned or crafted into shapes solid surfaces are quickly stealing the spotlight. Shapes like honeycomb or hexagons are eye-catching and are immensely popular right now.
This faucet’s modern features create a bold and edgy design in your bathroom. Ideal for more spacious bathrooms, widespread faucets are more spread apart and feature a 3-hole installation. The Monarch 8-Inch Widespread Bathroom Faucet with Retail Pop-Up and its featured sturdy brass construction and premium brushed nickel finish are guaranteed to glamorize your home’s modern ensemble for years to come.
Mixing Metals in Bathrooms
Metals and metallic colors are on the rise in 2019; a high-demand finish and design that has been taking the world by storm. So it’s only natural for this trend to hit the bathroom too. Mixing metals will add a sense of warmth and an air of cool modernity to your bathroom. Brushed nickel and polished chrome are the top two metal finishes that many interior designers recommend using.
This all-inclusive set of bathroom accessories features intricate detailing for a luxurious and astonishing style. Any bathroom will be given an added boost of opulence from these coordinated pieces. One towel bar, towel ring, two robe hooks, and a toilet paper holder are included.