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This selection of toilets and bathrooms is special: it shows a lot of what will be with everything in 2021. And don’t forget to take a look at what I said last year about 2021 trends in bathrooms and kitchens, because virtually all trends in bathrooms are still on the rise. Things do not change drastically from one year to the next (although some want it to look that way …)
Bathroom trends – Carved tubs
Carving the vats is fashionable and is a great idea for small bathrooms, because you have a lot of freedom in the sizes of the vats. It is light and the straight lines make cleaning easier, but, since the drains are, in general, hidden and there are cracks for the water to drain, these should be cleaned frequently.
They can be made of different materials (marble – the lightest ones can easily stain), granite, Nanoglass, Silestone (quartz in general), wood, concrete or porcelain) and are more expensive, in general, than the ready-made vats. They may also have ramps or not (see photos). In this case, the water goes down to the crevices that are in the deepest part, and it is better that the tap is on this side, to avoid splashing. In the case of a straight bottom the water goes to the sides of the removable plate.
Bathroom Trends – Lighting and Glow Effects
Photo: Christian Vieira – Biker Loft – Box with extra clear Cebrace glass
Even for a small bathroom or toilet, the delicate lighting effects.
It’s the subtle glow of coatings
Bathroom trends – Bold tile layouts
Photo: Gêmeos Bath – Isabella Porto & Nathália Carotti – Box with Cebrace Extra Clear glass
Photo: Project Paolo Cury Eng
Bathroom trends – Use Rosa!
Trend also in other environments of the house, pink comes strong in bathrooms and toilets.
Along with gray it is a winning bet. Photo: home-designing
Bathroom trends – Terrazo, Marmorite, Granilite and similar
These, already commented for 2019, we should see more and more around in 2020. You bet!
As you can see in the photos, the other trends I talked about at the beginning of the year (industrial chic, minimalism, scandinavian, use of black and light wood, geometric coverings, curves, plants, transparencies – Did you notice the almost transparent boxes, launching by Cebrace? -, frames in black… all of this goes on beautifully decorating our bathrooms and toilets, okay?