Top Bathroom Trends for 2017

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You’ll often hear it said that the bathroom and kitchen are the most important rooms in the home. Certainly, a modern, practical and stylish bathroom or kitchen can add thousands to the value of your property. Kitchens have dominated for years now, with the trend towards open-plan cooking, dining and living leading to a change in the way many families use their communal spaces. This year it’s the turn of the bathroom to get a makeover, so here are the biggest trends in bathrooms for 2017.

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Period Style

As Ideal Homes magazine points out, incorporating period style into your bathroom adds a touch of timeless elegance to your home. If your home is a period property, such as a Victorian property, this may help you decide which period to draw inspiration from. If your property is more modern, choose a favourite era and adapt it to suit your tastes.

Free-Standing Baths

These have become extremely fashionable and are set to be big news in 2017. Whether you go for a traditional claw-foot bath or something more contemporary, adding a free-standing bath is a sure-fire way to add a luxurious finish to any bathroom. If you don’t have the room for a large free-standing bath, choose a more compact model and install it in a corner to save space.

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Minimalist Cabinets

To complement your minimalist style, be sure to stick to the same theme for the rest of your bathroom fixtures and fittings. Opt for sleek, minimalist bathroom radiators from a reputable supplier, such as, who can offer you a variety of styles to choose from.

Bold Colours and Patterns

Whether you choose brightly coloured patterned Mediterranean tiles or plump for something less permanent such as bright towels in a range of shades, adding a splash of eclectic style to your bathroom is a great way to instantly lift the whole room. If you love to crate your own unique finish, choose tiles in a variety of colours and patterns and arrange them in a seemingly random pattern over your walls. If you want to add colour and pattern but don’t want to go this far, get hold of some brightly coloured bathmats and towels in contrasting shades. You can mix these up as often as you like, ensuring your bathroom has a different feel every day.

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