2019’s Biggest Bathroom Trend Is Pattern

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At last, 2019 is the year of the pattern in bathroom design. Feature walls are an ongoing trend, with tile or stone used to create a dramatic backdrop for a bathtub or shower. Patterned tiles keep increasing in popularity, as Moroccan designs on floors are joined by geometric tile patterns everywhere. Even marble and granite installations are emphasizing the natural, often dramatic, patterns of the stone. If you need some drama in your bathroom 😀 check out our Mod Glam Collection featured below. 

Mod Glam Collection

Classic white and grey marble are still the darlings of interior designers everywhere; they’re great for resale and can work with either traditional or modern tastes. Herringbone and hexagon patterns are trendy, along with deeper color variations that bring the stone to life. Honed finishes provide a matte surface that feels modern and understated, even in a traditional bathroom design. People no longer see the bath as a utilitarian space and more as a spa-like experience. Featured below is our Aspen White Honed Collection which can quickly turn a master bath into a luxury space with many mosaic and water jet deco options. 

Aspen White Honed Collection

“Theatrical” is definitely the word! Maximalism has arrived in decorating, and the bath is no exception. Large format installations of marble or quartz products are the new luxury statement, covering entire rooms. Honed and sandblasted for a non-slip finish, they can even be used for floors. Highly figured marble installed in large slabs adds maximum drama to this modern bathroom. Our Calacatta Arabescato Marble Collection can help you archive the look.

Calacatta Arabescato Marble

Vintage-inspired designs are still going strong in 2019, influenced by the rustic styles of both Moroccan and farmhouse decor. Look for worn wood finishes and patterned wall or floor tiles in simplified yet eye-catching colors, see our Barcela Plus Collection below. Graphic floor patterns continue through walk-in shower areas without a threshold – making even an average-sized bathroom feel spacious.

Barcela Plus Collection
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