If you’re planning to refresh or redesign your bathroom – whether you want a hit of hotel chic for a glamorous space or a whole new look featuring heaps of hardworking storage for family life – we’ve got it covered. From elegant period designs with roll-topped baths to trendy wet rooms, we’ve uncovered the top bathroom trends for this year. Some trends are here to stay and some fade away over time; when redesigning or renovating your bathroom, consider all bathroom design trends carefully and consider all your options. We rely on our experts, designers and wealth of connection in this industry to bring you all the latest bathroom trends in one place. test
Whether you are revamping an existing bathroom or creating a brand new room, you will want something that mixes function and aesthetic – something that does what you and your family need it to do, and also reflects your personal style. Read about 2023 bathroom trends to get you started.
The global pandemic temporarily eclipsed progressive design trends and encouraged many to update their bathroom not only for health and wellbeing, but also with a focus on hygiene. Learn more about what has changed.
We all want the best of both worlds. A gorgeous bath to soak in after a long day and a shower to quickly hop in and out of when time is of the essence. Well now you really can have it all!
What was once a very ordinary and purely functional room in the house has been transformed into something truly special, a room that provides peace and serenity that you can tailor to suit your individual needs.
Contrasting colours and prominent prints offer endless ways to make a statement in your space, but how far should you go?
With ever more options available when it comes to the materials and finishes available for the bathroom, the decision on what to go for can be a challenging one. So let’s look at the current trends...
There have never been so many options when it comes to furnishing your bathroom, so to point you in the right direction, check out our must-haves and lust-haves.
New Zealand bathrooms continue to evolve, as new trends wash in, dated looks fade away, and firm favourites make a fresh splash.
Pair tiles in soft, herby green with warm timber for a calm, grounded vibe that embraces the textures of the natural world.
Creating the perfect bathroom requires not only a marriage of form and function but space and aesthetics as well. One broadly appealing look which strikes that happy balance is modern minimalism. Future-proof your bathroom with this clean and simple look.
Scandinavian style meets Japanese simplicity in this forward-looking bathroom look. If you’re refreshing or renovating your bathroom and are after a beautifully simple, stylish space, the Japanese Scandi look could provide the perfect inspiration.
Luxury bathroom design has never been such a hot topic, as standard, simple spaces are reimagined into something that indulges the user as much in look as it does in function. In 2019, bathrooms are all about the uncomplicated luxury.
A natural bathroom design makes walking into the shower feel like stepping into a cascading waterfall, while sinking into the bath could be likened to relaxing into a warm rock pool.
As design and technology advance, the smart bathrooms of tomorrow will work harder than ever to cater to the needs of the user, while exuding the look of effortless elegance. Prepare to be transported to a future that was unimaginable just a few years ago.
Mixing the beauty of a bygone age and vintage bathroom design, with the luxury of modern fittings, gives you the elegance glam bathroom. Feel like a queen/king in your own house in an ageless bathroom.
Your bathroom design can make a statement about you, the unique bathroom you built reflects the person you are. We give you the tips and design ideas you need for a bold bathroom and try to help you navigate the thin line between unique and overwhelmed.
These minimalist bathroom designs take you to a space that challenges conventional luxury, stripping it back into something but soothing, raw but beautiful, edgy but relaxed.
Classic, timeless, serene. Perfect words to describe this bathroom design. With a focus on luxury, the designers have opted for an elegant touch on all features – chrome finishings on tapware and handles, moody stone tiles and the stand out bath.
This bathroom collection is targeted at a young and “hip” demographic; this bathroom design, screams individuality and modern glamour. From the dramatic matte black features to the raw tones of the timber panelling, Collection One is a modern space with lots of it!
Comfort and relaxation was the aim in this bathroom design and has been clearly pulled through. Another bathroom collection choosing to integrate the simplistic trend of matte black, timber and metal; this bathroom design is modern, spacious and quirky. A neutral palette of greys and whites make the black features and iconic green moss wall really pop.
Burns Lane, Kumeu hosts a bathroom design with a neutral yet striking palette of white, grey and navy tones. Warm lighting, plants and the use of rich timber combine with strong geometric shapes to create a statement bathroom. This space hosts a mixture of Kohler products proudly supplied by Mico.
Situated against the shores of Lyall Bay in Wellington, what was once a public cinema is now a spacious, contemporary home stunningly appointed and inspired by its history. A stunning bathroom design is what brings us to this trend.
Surf and sand. Air and water. Harmony. Let’s take a leisurely stroll through the Mico Mt. Maunganui showroom where an elaborate showcase of displays inspire future bathrooms. Sit in front of bold colours, prints and relax with soothing tones – the harmony of yin and yang.