Bathroom Designs 2017

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Bathroom designs 2017 by WHO

Review the most popular new bathroom styles 2017. What’s the big news? Return to romance with the divine Hamptons bathroom style. Revisit Art Deco. Make an aspirational statement with the new Luxe. Go organic with rustic-look vanity basins for a handcrafted, home-spa look. Experience the serenity and resort-style luxury of the Zen minimalist bathroom. Create a modern classic with the new expressions of traditional styles and finishes. Get designer looks and quality brands on a tiny bathroom renovation budget – buy bathroom fittings and fixtures at wholesale prices.

Classic / Traditional
Coastal / Resort
Designer Bathrooms
Heritage / Hamptons
Modern / Contemporary
Project Bathrooms
Small Bathrooms
Urban / Sophisticated

More about bathroom styles 2016

Is the Hamptons style still popular in 2016?

Yes! Hamptons-style bathrooms are still popular in 2016 bathroom renovation projects, and it could still be considered as an option for bathroom styles 2016. Hamptons-style bathrooms have become something of a modern classic. Some of the typical Hamptons-style features, like wainscoted walls with daddo rails, are now featured in modern takes of classics like the La Belle Epoque bathroom. If you like the look of features like plantation blinds, and white-painted timber, the Hamptons-style bathroom could be the right bathroom style for you! Hamptons-style bathrooms are particularly popular on the Gold Coast, where the climate and relaxed ambience lends itself beautifully to the airiness and good looks of plantation shutters and blinds used in combination with luxe bathroom fittings and superb cabinetry.

Matching bathroom styles to home decor

When choosing from bathroom styles 2016, consider the overall style of your home and other important decor choices you’ve made so far. Unless you’re renovating your entire home and creating a new style from scratch, you will want your new bathroom to harmonise with other design elements in the home. For example, a coastal home with plantation blinds throughout could feature a Hamptons-style bathroom and keep the cool but homely theme going. A Federation-vintage home could host a classic bathroom design with modern references to a bygone era, such as a claw-foot freestanding bath. Modern apartments and homes with contemporary architecture can suit the streamlined look of a minimalist bathroom. It’s all about having the right context.

Free advice with bathroom styles 2016

The consultants at WHO Bathroom Warehouse are trained in latest design trends and how to help you with all of the elements and products to create bathroom styles 2016. Take along some photographs of your home and bathroom space. At WHO, the service is friendly and the helpful advice is free.