Games of textures and color are the context for bright and innovative rooms: these are the bathroom trends that will be successful in 2024.
Relaxed styles or strong colours, playful shapes or clean lines, glossy tiles or natural textures… The possibilities when it comes to creating a bathroom design are as varied as your imagination allows. Searching among the most recent bathrooms that we have seen in interior design projects, we select the ones that we believe will set the trend in 2024. The use of color, subdued whimsy, and relaxed tones are likely elements we’ll see throughout the year. They all have one thing in common: creating spaces designed for well-being in which to live a sensory and aesthetic experience.
The bathroom of the main suite of this house in France with a seventies touch has been dressed with a ceramic tile floor in the same dark tone that has been used in the kitchen. For the walls, green and brown colors allude to the natural context in which the house is located, in the French, surrounded by exuberant vegetation.
“As in almost all of our reforms, we use few but noble materials: natural wood, micro-cement, marble and stucco on the walls”, explain the interior designers, authors of this integrated bathroom in a discreet, functional and welcoming house. Everything with a very neutral color scheme”. Designed to measure, the bathroom generates a sensation of calm and exudes a neutral and timeless atmosphere, with elegant touches such as the glossy Carrara marble in the sink and the polished brass taps.
Light invades all the rooms of this house in Barcelona, including the general bathroom on the first floor, which is located in an interior area and floods through a Spectra-light tube to the skylight located above the bathtub. of natural light. In the room, the hydraulic tile floors have been restored and color has been added to match their patterns.
As if it were a cave in the middle of nature, this bathroom is a refuge imbued with the energy of stone, wood and spectacular views of the landscape. The house of the architect in South Africa replicates traditional construction techniques that manage to integrate the interiors into the environment and create a sustainable structure adapted to the climate. The bathroom of the main bedroom reflects in the mirror the study table that faces the landscape.
Designer was commissioned to turn a refuge in the woods into a delirium that is the antithesis of monotony. In the bathroom, design is fused with a dose of eccentricity, making an apology for geometry through tiles that generate depth and create a whole sensory experience.
In the bathroom of the main suite of this house in Barcelona, fluted glass doors separate the wet area from the rest, giving character to the room. The Harmony Inspire ceramic wall tile and the washbasin unit, finish off giving character to this elegant and unique room.
In the children’s bathroom of this house in Moscow, a playful and fun space has been created. For the decorative frame of the shower cabin, which has flowing shapes, glass tiles with a special texture were used, produced in an art glass workshop.
Materials without ornaments, exposed brick and custom furniture define this project in Asturias. In the bathroom, the same concept has been maintained as in the rest of the house: simplicity, functionality and maximum use of space.
Details and wood and a leading use of white create a spacious and welcoming space in this bathroom in which the interior communicates with the exterior through a large overhead window. Architecture is put at the service of well-being in this relaxing space located in a wooden cabin.
The pastel pink color creates a room full of warmth in which the dressing table made to measure by the interior designer in fine terrazzo stands out. Ceramic pieces complete the soft and delicate style of this bathroom in a house in Ghent.
Colored partitions create a fantasy cube in which a shower is incorporated into the bedroom, an example of how creativity can break all the stereotypes associated with the bathroom. The design is integrated into a house in Murcia that mixes four completely different styles: Memphis, industrial, tropical and Nordic techno.
The floor of this bathroom, as elegant as it is simple, is covered with tiles with a geometric pattern, which add a very personal touch to the room. The bathroom is integrated into a house located in a building from the early 19th century in Prague.
In this renovated apartment renovated in Madrid, the tiling is the protagonist of the entire house, going beyond the limits of the bathroom and kitchen to extend to the living room and dining room. The use of color makes this bathroom spectacular with a powerful yellow that dialogues with the oranges used in the rest of the house.