The 10 Most Popular Bathrooms of Spring and Summer 2021
Check out this countdown of the most-saved bathroom photos to see what kind of spaces Houzz users favour
The pink and black scheme in this bathroom, captured by Richard Chivers Architectural Photography, is stunning in itself, but the geometry makes the design sing. A backdrop of pink squares is balanced by black lines on the towel rail, tap and even the flush.
These two contrasting hues are then complemented by the warm tones of the wooden joinery, giving this crisp, modern space a calm, cosy feel.
Marble surfaces appear again here, but this time Mark Pinney Associates has covered the whole space in the beautiful veined stone.
What really stands out in this bathroom, though, is the lighting. LED strips have been used creatively along the bottom of the bath and around the ceiling to add atmosphere to the all-white room.
Homeowners and designers have been embracing panelling in many forms this year, from large traditional wooden panels to slim, linear battens.
In this space, Built Works has gone for classic tongue-and-groove, which works perfectly. The soft green panels add a snug, country feel to the bathroom and tie in with the wooden floor and traditional-style sanitaryware.
We’ve seen more and more designers uploading projects featuring terrazzo on Houzz, and this one is clearly a favourite. The photo, taken by Alex Maguire Photography, shows off the gorgeous gold flecks in the vanity unit surface, which tie in with the brass fixtures elsewhere. The pale plaster walls work well, too, as they bring out more of the warm-coloured flecks in the terrazzo.
Warm metallics appear frequently in this roundup, and in this room they’re bright and bold. The bathroom here is in fact in the same house as the previous photo, and the designer has created cohesion by installing terrazzo again. The surface looks different here, though, as the paler palette and shiny brass fittings set off the grey and black flecks.
Fancy a bathroom that feels more like a spa? Check out this gorgeous space, designed by Kallums Bathrooms. Charcoal tiles and marble surfaces look elegant next to the soft brass fittings, and a generous shower area and deep bath both make this room feel wonderfully restful.
The icing on the cake, though, are those steel-framed doors that frame the cosy glow of the dressing room beyond. Ultimate luxury.
The pink and black from our 10th-place photo appears in this bathroom designed by Kerv Interiors. In this room, the two shades appear lighter due to the white and grey walls and flooring. The wooden vanity unit and strategically placed houseplant add to the effect to ensure this bathroom looks soothing and tranquil.
More pink here, but this time a powder pink basin is complemented by a bright teal vanity unit for an altogether more vibrant look. The room, shot by Ben Sage Photography, is a cosy spot beneath the eaves, with rough walls and wooden beams. The modern colours and contemporary sanitaryware add a surprise element to the period room.
In first place is this Scandi-style bathroom designed by Nicola O’Mara Interior Design. The colour palette is a simple monochrome, but there’s plenty here to add interest.
A concrete-look basin stands on black steel legs and is matched by a cool, black-framed shower screen. To soften these sleek shapes, the designer has created a feature wall with beautiful patterned tiles.
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