Tips to have a designer bathroom in 2024


1 February, 2024

The bathroom is a space where tiles have always had a significant presence. Nowadays, a designer bathroom is conceived as a well-being space where visual stimuli play a very relevant role.

It is, therefore, an integral part of the home that can reflect the owner’s style and personality as much as the living room or bedrooms.

Here are some tips to transform your bathroom into a design oasis in 2024:

Soft colors: white, earth…



Bamboo Vermont Earth 30 x 90 cm. Belstone Grey 30 x 90 cm. Flooring: Belstone Grey 60 x 60 cm.

Choosing a coherent color palette is essential for achieving a harmonious design. Opt for neutral colors or soft tones that provide a sense of calm and elegance.

Some examples:

  • Whites
  • Grays
  • Beige
  • Earth tones

Play with textures



Astra Grey 30 x 90 cm. Stick Astra Grey 30 x 90 cm. Flooring: Astra Grey 60 x 60 cm.

A great resource to break the monotony and add a touch of personality to the bathroom is the combination of different textures.

Whether through different materials, patterns, or effects, it’s a good idea to give your design spaces the nuances of the heterogeneous.

Ceramic, especially for covering, is a great ally, as it allows reproducing textures with great fidelity, even giving them relief.

Strategic lighting



Venice Grigio Natural 260 x 120 cm. Flooring: Venice Grigio Natural 120 x 120 cm.

Lighting can completely transform the appearance of a bathroom. If you have the opportunity, prioritize natural light sources.

In case your designer bathroom cannot have windows or skylights, make sure that the artificial light you use mimics natural light as much as possible and use mirrors to increase the sense of spaciousness and brightness.

A good idea is to “hide” LED strips in borders or behind mirrors. This resource helps create a designer atmosphere through discreet, modern, and cozy lighting. Try it!

Decorating design elements



Florence Bianco 60 x120 cm.

In every good designer bathroom, there must be, indeed, design elements… of course!

But be subtle, don’t overload. Often, it’s better to tastefully place one or two decorative elements than trying to do too much. Remember: less is more. Accessories are the icing on the cake in any bathroom design.

 

In summary, if you want to achieve a designer bathroom…

  • Use neutral, soft, and natural colors
  • Combine effects and textures
  • Care for lighting and prioritize natural light
  • Tastefully place some design elements that fit the aesthetics