Investing in a new bathroom design can be a very expensive that’s why it’s important to think about getting it right for you and a potential buyer, if you wish to sell your home in the future.
Bathrooms which have a timeless look, those that incorporate white suites will usually remain popular, it’s hard to imagine 70’s colour suites coming back into fashion, so it’s best to steer away from these. Roll top baths have been very popular over the past decade but could as easily fall out of fashion. A bathroom which has a separate shower and a bath will appeal to any buyer – if there is enough space, if not make sure your bath has a shower incorporated into it. Most people have one eye on the environment and their pockets so power showers are definitely not in vogue any more.
Incorporating natural elements such as wood, concrete and marble is very fashionable, and if you wanting to keep your bathroom looking up to date you could introduce these into your room in a subtle way which can be changed easily in the future – perhaps in the shape of a dark wooden shelf, or for the more adventurous a wood paneled wall, attached in a way that they can be easily removed. Mosaic geometric tiles are in fashion at the moment, however they could easily date, so if you would like to introduce this trendy look how about just doing a simple row above your sink and then introducing a plainer looking tiles into the rest of your room.