I know what you’re thinking…is your bathroom REALLY your first room pick when it comes to renovating? If it’s not, you might change your mind after seeing these unique 2018 bathroom trends!
1.) Funky Wallpaper
Patterned wallpaper is all the rage for bathrooms in 2018. The coolest part of this trend is that you can be as creative as you want with it! Whatever color scheme or pattern you have on your mind, you can make almost anything work with it because its such a small space to decorate. Sky is the limit with your imagination! Don’t be afraid to think outside the box with this one.
2.) Vessel Sinks
Unlike typical bathroom sinks, vessel sinks are essentially bowls that sit on top of the countertop. However, they still function just like any other sink. The benefit of having this type of sink is that it adds a modern feel to your bathroom. This also allows for more cabinet space below, as it is not built into the countertop. They are also super versatile, coming in a variety of colors and patterns to perfectly match the rest of your bathroom. If you’re looking for a unique bathroom feature, look no further!
3.) Tile Accents
If you’re a minimalist decorator, this trend is calling out for you. Tile accents are the PERFECT way to accentuate a simple bathroom. Geometric prints and shapes will provide a sharp contrast in your bathroom space and will also create texture. Just pick an accent that matches your color scheme and run with it, you won’t be disappointed!
4.) Circle Mirrors
Circle mirrors are so simple but SO classic. This particular shape of mirror is dynamic and provides the ultimate focal point in your bathroom. Also another great minimalist feature. You can either use a rope to hang it for a semi-nautical theme or have it stand alone. We absolutely love love love this trend!
Plants in your bathroom can be the ultimate quick fix for a dull theme! A plant (or multiple plants) can add the perfect pop of color and create a serene atmosphere for your bathroom. In addition, plants help reduce the amount of airborne pollutants in your home. How cool! You don’t have to have a green thumb to jump on board with this trend.