Modern bathroom design can work well in bathrooms ranging from tiny to titanic but because of the relatively unadorned seamless aspects of modern design this style is particularly attractive for homeowners who wish to maximize a smaller bathroom space.
Well designed bathroom is a thing of beauty, but it’s made up of a mix of elements. Take inspiration from these updates if you are dreaming of tackling a reno next year, or just want a preview of the coming attractions, these bathroom trends will lead the way in 2021.
Dark fixtures really pop when contrasted by a snowy expanse of marble, as seen by these classic wall-mounted cross taps in this bathroom. The sharp matte fixtures act as punctuation points and accent the shower frame and windows.
When it comes to a clean look, nothing tops integrated lighting! In this artful bathroom, illumination is used behind the mirror to highlight the heavily-veined stone, and makes the floating vanity appear even more weightless and spectral.
In the Spring 2020 Princess Margaret Showhouse, designer Sarah Baeumler created a wishlist of features in the principal bathroom ensuite. The rationale for the glassed-in space was simple: it stays warm and cozy, so getting out of the tub is never jarring. This wet room also offers double showers, meaning there is never any waiting.
We’ve seen mixed media floors break onto the scene in chic restaurants, so it was only a matter of time before they started popping up in homes. Soft pink Moroccan tiles seem to melt into the Scandi-style wood flooring.
Teal (like Benjamin Moore’s 2021 Color Of The Year) is making a strong showing in this Prince Edward County home, but any rich color can have an equally luscious effect. This moody hue also makes brass fixtures and wood accents really pop.
Consider this design move a truly clean slate. Skipping handles makes millwork look sleeker and svelte, putting the emphasis on the beautiful wood grain in this minimalist family home’s bathroom.
This trend mixes edgy black and the old-fashioned charm of a claw foot tub. In this petite Parisian bathroom, the tub is painted black to match the glossy walls for a seamless effect (but one that’s also unabashedly romantic.)