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2015 bathroom design trends

2015 bathroom design trends Author: Style At Home

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2015 bathroom design trends

Whether you use it as a quiet retreat at the end of a long day or simply as a powder room for guests to freshen up in, the bathroom is one of the home’s most functional and well-used spaces. Kelly Deck of Vancouver’s Kelly Deck Design has been designing beautiful spaces for West Coast Canadians that exude effortless elegance and balanced design, since 2002. When it comes to bathroom projects, Kelly is an expert at creating spaces that are on trend, but also include classic elements for a timeless look.

If you’re considering a renovation or even a light facelift for your bathroom in 2015, consider these five fabulous looks that Kelly predicts as the biggest trends for the upcoming year.

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2015 bathroom design trends

Freestanding tubs

A staple in bathroom renovations over the past few years, the freestanding tub isn’t going anywhere in 2015. “They’re a timeless statement of elegance in any bathroom,” says Kelly. This year’s trend, however, see a new finish making its way into bathrooms across the country. “Recently, plumbing manufacturers have been releasing models made from composite materials rather than acrylic – the matte surface and relaxed structure make them versatile for use in both modern and contemporary bathrooms,” Kelly adds.

Image by: Style at Home By: Lauren McPhillips Source: Gingers.com

2015 bathroom design trends

Round or hexagonal mirrors

Vanities will be getting a glam makeover in 2015 with feminine mirrors making their way into the bathroom. “We’re seeing a lot of designers playing with round and hexagonal mirrors as an alternative to rectangles and squares over vanities,” says Kelly. “I love the playful quirkiness that this brings into an otherwise utilitarian space.” For optimal impact, mount one of these reflective beauties on a tile mosaic or patterned wallpaper, giving your space a touch of dramatic glam.

Image by: Style at Home By: Lauren McPhillips Source: Restoration Hardware

2015 bathroom design trends

White faucets

Bathrooms are getting a stylish overhaul in 2015, with fashion’s elite getting involved as designer Jason Wu collaborates with Brizo on a new all-white collection. “I love the idea of bringing white fixtures into the bathroom,” says Kelly. “This trend might not work in every space, but I think it’s a simple and crisp alternative to using polished chrome when you're creating a light and airy space.” Introduce a white faucet into a pale bathroom for a totally monochromatic look, or pair it with a darker backdrop to make it a standout piece.

Image by: Style at Home By: Lauren McPhillips Source: Tara faucet from Dornbracht

2015 bathroom design trends

Oversized marble patterns

One of the most popular and tough wearing materials for the bathroom, marble is back again in 2015, only this time it’s bigger and better. “I’m excited to see new lines that combine scraped, polished and honed textures – particularly in oversized hexagon and chevron patterns,” says Kelly. “It’s best to pair this abundance of marble with quiet finishes – white ceramic tile or dove grey porcelain – to ensure that the mosaic takes centre stage and everything else is supporting rather than competing.”

Image by: Style at Home By: Lauren McPhillips Source: Virginia Macdonald

2015 bathroom design trends

Gold hardware

Mega-luxe and undeniably elegant, gold-plated hardware has been gracing traditional bathrooms for decades. In 2015, we’re seeing the trend make its way to modern spaces, with bathrooms getting the gilded treatment in hardware, lighting and even plumbing. Kelly’s advice? “Use it sparingly, pairing faucets with vanities that have minimal hardware or integrated pulls. Restraint is the key to achieving a sophisticated look with this finish in modern spaces.”

Image by: Style at Home By: Lauren McPhillips Source: Ashley Capp
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