Are you planning a bathroom renovation in 2023? Spotting the latest trends in bathroom design can be a great way to get the inspiration you need to make a change.
When it comes to renovating your bathroom, a lot of the decisions you make will come down to designing a bathroom that suits how you use a bathroom, the home you’re renovating, your personal taste, and keeping within your budget.
In this article we’ve highlighted our favourite four bathroom trends that have been shortlisted by the interior design community to be hot favourites for 2023. We hope that these provide some inspiration for your renovation project.
1. Make a star of backlit mirrors
When you want to make a statement in a bathroom; it’s hard to go past the old fashioned Hollywood-style glamour of a backlit mirror. This style piece has become a hot favourite for bathroom design trends in 2023.
A backlit mirror is a relatively straightforward addition to include in your bathroom design so is a great way to keep your bathroom style up to date. Most sinks have a power supply nearby so it’s simply a matter of contacting your electrician and getting your mirror wired in.
As a hot trend for 2023, backlit mirrors are becoming available in every colour, size and shape. If you’re keen to add a backlit mirror to your bathroom; you should be able to find the right mirror to perfectly match both your interior design and your needs.
2. Get a taste for Terrazzo
In 2023 it seems that everyone is going to want to add Terrazzo to their home – at least that’s if you believe the interior designers.
Terrazzo is a composite material that’s best known for its use on floors and walls. It’s made when chips of marble, quartz, granite, glass or other similar materials are mixed into a binder – often of a cement or concrete-like material. Terrazzo can be poured in situ but for bathrooms you’re more likely to be looking at benchtops, wall panels and tiles.
Terrazzo is available in almost every colour with different sizes of specks to suit your style and taste. That means it’s a very versatile addition to your bathroom design, for you to turn into a feature or just a practical addition to your new bathroom.
3. Colour your bathroom renovation in 2023’s latest palette
If you’re keen to explore the designer’s picks of next year’s favourite bathroom colours then you’ve come to the right place.
The colour palette for bathrooms in 2023 promises to offer a mix of natural, fresh colours in blue and green; pops of warmth with peach and beige; calming and soothing neutral greys; and the clean, fresh and always current bathroom favourite of white.
This broad range of colours gives you plenty of options to choose from: making it easy to combine the latest trends with your personal taste. How you use or combine these colourways is up to you.
From making colour a feature with bespoke cabinetry and accessories, through to wall-to-wall coverage with tiles and paint. There are a wealth of options to choose from when it comes to adding colour into your new bathroom.
4. Let it flow in the open with open-spout mixers
If you’re keen to try something different in your bath and basins, take a closer look at this 2023 style favourite: open-spout mixers.
Open-spout mixers combine hot and cold water while creating a calming visual feature at the same time. If you’re going to splash out on one trend in 2023 then this could be the one for you.
Available in a wide range of mixer styles and finishes, open-spout mixers can make a feature of your mixers and elevate the atmosphere in your bathroom to one of calm.
Choose East Coast Plumbing and Gas for your next bathroom renovation
Whatever look you choose for your new bathroom; you need to know it’s going to work perfectly. That’s where East Coast Plumbing and Gas can help. We’re experts in plumbing solutions and we pride ourselves on getting it right first time – so you can enjoy the quality of our workmanship for years to come.
East Coast Plumbing and Gas supply and install hot water systems from Rinnai. Choose from a range of gas hot water systems designed to provide a continuous flow of hot water that meets the needs of your whole household.