The Biggest Bathroom Colour Trend For 2016

The Bathroom Colour Trend For 2016 You Need To Know

Before you clicked on this post, you probably thought some bright extravagant colour was the top colour trend for your bathroom in 2016. But in actual fact, it’s white. From fixtures, to tiles, to bathroom accessories, white is ‘the’ colour. Whatever your style and taste in bathroom design, you can never go wrong with white. You can make it modern, contemporary or traditional. The choice is yours.

The Top 3 White Bathroom Suites… 

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There are many white bathroom suites available on the market. However choosing the right one for you can be a little daunting. We suggest first, that you get a grasp on the overall look you want to achieve. Do you want it to look modern, traditional, contemporary? Once you have figured out the look, you can start searching. For those wanting a more traditional bathroom design we recommend the Premier Legend Bathroom Suite. It comes with the Kensington Freestanding Bath which is a very popular choice for a classic looking bathroom. The feet add the perfect element of style and create a unique look in the bathroom.

 

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Modern bathroom suites are also a popular look. White is the perfect colour trend to create a modern, crisp look. This Frontline Emme suite is one of our favourites. Freestanding baths are another huge trend for 2016, so you can incorporate two trends in one for a stylish, classy bathroom you will love for years.

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Not everyone is a fan of baths, and for those of you with a small bathroom, a shower is often the only option to utlise the space you have. Regardless of the size of your bathroom or your preferences, there’s no reason your bathroom cannot still be on trend. This Aquadart Walk In Shower is the perfect way to add class and luxury to your bathroom. You’ll feel like you’ve just stepped into a 5* hotel suite. Paired with white tiling and accessories you can create the perfect trendy look.

What do you think of the White colour trend for 2016? Is it something you’ll be adapting into your bathroom? Let us know in the comments, or drop us a tweet.

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