Top Bathroom Ideas for 2021 What Trends Are In for Bathrooms


You’ll also want to make sure that there’s enough space for a hanging cabinet above the toilet tank to house commonly needed supplies and that there’s room for a small wastebasket on the floor. You may elect to alter the proportions of each color to create variations on a theme. Well before the crews arrive, brief your family thoroughly, and get answers to any questions they may have. Make sure the contractor has scheduled a dumpster and knows where it’s to be installed on your property.

  • Studio Peake tucked a marble sink into a narrow niche in this glamorous London powder room.
  • Blogger Ursula Carmona for Home Made By Carmona hung oversized black-and-white floral wallpaper in this powder room, and used the wainscoting below as a blank canvas for a pair of botanical prints.
  • The bill may come to the designer or directly to you, depending on the arrangements made.
  • At the same time, relying on the program’s vast library of symbols and digital elements is a massive perk.

A merlot lacquered door reflects the movement of the blue wallpaper for an overall enveloping atmosphere. For a privacy solution that doesn’t block out natural light, add café curtains to the windows as designer Cecilia Casagrande did in this Massachusetts home. Getting ready each morning is a real treat when you’re greeted with a shower as lovely as this one.

Wet room ideas

Whether this dealer is a high-end specialist or from the kitchen and bath department of your local hardware megastore, the dealer sells fixtures from his or her own showroom as well as installs them. For any structural work, you’ll need a licensed architect or designer/builder as well as licensed contractors and skilled tradespeople. You can also work directly with a bath dealer who’s most often a kitchen dealer, too.

  • To bring the shape of the Art Deco movement into the architectural detail, we love the metro tile arch in this bathroom by Maestri Studio.
  • Our bathroom renovation, including water heater replacement, was completed very quickly.
  • Lighting can give a bathroom edge, as Maestri Studio proves in this space which is infused with all the Gatsby-style luxury of the Art Deco era.
  • The team from Superior were knowledgeable, efficient and lovely to deal with right from our first contact through to the completion of the project.

Kaitlyn McInnis is a lifestyle expert and writer specializing in global interior design trends and styles which she is able to experience first-hand through her extensive travels. Her work has appeared in Travel + Leisure, Forbes, Homes & Gardens, and Real Homes. Kaitlyn also worked for, where she managed an international team of writers and experts.


If you want to spruce up an older bathroom—without undergoing a full renovation—take a cue from designer Mary Celeste Beall’s Knoxville, Tenn., home. In this bathroom, she pairs a glamorous wallpaper repeat by Florence Broadhurst with the opulent sink and vanity, both of which are original to the space. In the maximalist Aspen wonderland Patrick Mele created for a special client, color and print reign supreme. The same goes for the primary bathroom, where a French 19th-century bust shares space with a Murano chandelier, a Burmese Bombay blackwood chair, Schumacher curtains, and a Victoria & Albert tub. Eventually, it boils down to the amount of detailing one wants in bathroom designs. Some people just opt for a basic layout, while many want it to be specific, right down to the color of the tiles.