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Top Bathroom Trends

This year the top bathroom trends have put an emphasis on keeping clutter to a minimum. We have seen the increase of people taking advantage of vertical space, vertical radiators, and wall-hung furniture becoming more popular.

Frameless showers and ‘floating’ furniture combined to open up spaces creating minimalist bathrooms which open up the space to give the impression of a bigger room. Will this year’s trends see the elimination of clutter as minimalism takes over. Read on for some of our top bathroom trends

Round/Circular Mirrors

Current bathroom trends favour natural shapes and softer lines, so swapping out your boring old angular mirror for a circular one will work wonders to modernise your space. Illuminated mirrors introduce a designer look to any space and our range of LED Mirrors use energy-saving lamps too meaning they are energy efficient.

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Black Freestanding Baths

Gleaming white baths are a staple in any bathroom, but recent trends have seen the increase in popularity of alternative coloured furniture. At Bathshed we think the matt black bathroom trend is here to stay as the Nera Freestanding Bath Is quickly becoming one of our most popular.

 

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Hanging LED Mirrors

In addition to the previously mentioned mirror trend, hanging mirrors fixed to the wall by a decorative strap or chain add a certain designer flair to your bathroom.

 

 

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Matt Black Brassware

A trend simply too popular to leave behind in 2021 black taps and bath fillers are as popular as ever. Fashionable for the stark contrast they give out in white bathrooms, black hardware is perfect for updating to a modern bathroom.

 

 

 

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Upgrading To Designer Heating

When thinking about bathroom furnishings, radiators are seldom the first thing that comes to mind. But here at Bathshed, we want to show that a radiator can become the new focal point in your bathroom without taking up valuable space.

Our collection includes both modern and traditional designs, so we have a radiator for every bathroom no matter the design or size.

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Upgrading To Designer Heating

Modern bathrooms are all about minimalistic features. Frameless shower enclosures are perfect for opening up a bathroom space, they can provide the illusion of more space in bathrooms that would otherwise appear cramped.

Smart design, precision geometry, and versatility define Rolla 8. This range combines the minimalistic look of a wet room with the functionality of a shower enclosure its open appearance maximising natural light.

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aquadart rolla 8

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