5 Decor Ideas To Make Your Bathroom Look Oh, So Chic

Dated: November 3 2020

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If you’re thinking about remodeling your bathroom, you’ll want your design to feel timely and on-trend. And a great place to explore the newest interior design trends—bathroom design!

recent article from realtor.com highlighted some of the Instagram’s biggest bathroom design trends, including:

  • Open shelving. Open shelving instantly makes a space feel larger, making it a great choice for creating the illusion of spaciousness in a small bathroom. Open shelves aren’t just for the kitchen, as we can see in this post from @thistle.harvest.

“Open shelves make spaces feel larger, which is great for small bathrooms,” says Colin Haentjens, designer for The Knobs Co. “If the intent is to have a light and airy bathroom, pick shelves with a light color or a clear-stained natural wood—and be sure not to overwhelm your shelves with toiletries or decorations.

  • Gold hardware. Gold hardware—like a faucet, towel bar, or toilet paper holder—is not only on trend, but can add a sense of warmth to your bathroom space. Just make sure to tie in the gold with other design elements (like a gold-rimmed mirror) to create a cohesive look.

All that glitters is gold, especially when it’s bringing these levels to your bathroom.

“Gold hardware adds warmth, particularly in bathrooms, which commonly feel too cold,” says Jenna Sheingold of Jenna Sheingold Studio. “Gold also feels so timeless, and really elevates a space."

Swapping out your towel bars and toilet paper holder is a simple way to update a bathroom without remodeling. Just make sure that warmth is repeated in another element—like with a brass soap dispenser or rimmed mirror, Sheingold says.

  • Floor-to-ceiling backsplash. If you want to embrace a bold Instagram design trend, try a floor-to-ceiling backsplash. This will not only add visual interest to your bathroom, but it can also make ceilings look higher—which will, in turn, can make your bathroom feel bigger.

“This small detail creates a huge impact for a bathroom, and makes your ceiling look 12 feet high for a European flair,” says designer Michelle Harrison-McAllister of Michelle Harrison Design. “Not to mention, the constant water splash is much easier to clean on tile like these. This will be by far the most dramatic and show-stopping feature for your home; your guests may never want to leave the bathroom.”

3. Rosy ceramic sink

What’s better than a classic white porcelain sink? A concrete one that comes in a rosy hue, like this basin featured by @alexrowe.

“If you do nothing but add this rosy-style sink to your bathroom, you’ll be so happy you did,” says Harrison-McAllister. “This one swift change will instantly elevate the design of your bathroom.”

reference: https://www.realtor.com/advice/home-improvement/instagram-decor-ideas-to-make-your-bathroom-look-expensive/

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