Bathroom Interior Design Trends for 2019

When it comes to bathroom design trends, the bathroom has evolved to become a place of relaxation; a space devoted to personal well-being rather than purely a practical space. It is a sanctuary from the stresses of modern life and even an escape from the stresses within our own homes. Privacy, time and quiet are the new valued luxuries and therefore the desire to create a calming environment in bathrooms, strengthens in 2019. Interestingly the emerging style takes many of its aesthetic cues living rooms, which results in the inclusion of:

  • Small soft seating pieces that are upholstered
  • Clusters of feature pendant lighting with dimmer controls
  • Soft accessories, such as cushions.

All of these elements make the bathroom another room in the home in which we can comfortably spend time relaxing and recharging.


There is a definite dichotomy in relation to design aesthetics and colours across 2019 trends. Some of the colour palettes are experimental, bold and daring whilst others are much more subtle, discreet, quiet and still.
The palette is a nourishing, sun-bleached collection of gentle pastels and self-assured neutrals. From warm cotton and pale gold, the palette ventures into fleshy nudes, pale apricot-tinted tan and both mellow and dusky shades of rose. Hemp and pale bronze then ease us into early morning mist grey, desert sage and stonewashed blue. These are colours that ‘sit back’, are soft and quietly composed. They create a fulfilling sense of stillness and tranquillity. One of my top colour tips for 2019 is for muted shades of apricot. Also look out for crisp shades of mint, watermelon, flourishing greens, cocoa browns, shades of terracotta and Klein blue.

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Thank you for reading about my bathroom predictions for 2019. If you would like to ask me a question then please get in touch.


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