Add a bit glamor to your toilet with the highest luxurious traits for 2021

The modern bathroom should be an oasis of calm and a haven of peace and relaxation where you can escape the stress of everyday life for an hour or two while taking a long and luxurious bath.

Having the spa experience at home has long been a priority for anyone looking to create a beautiful luxury home. In 2021, this will be an even more prevalent trend in interior design, where modern details meet classic glamor to create a chic and sophisticated design. Look, you will be proud.

Over the past few years we’ve seen a number of new bathroom details that add style and functionality to your setup, from towel warmers and hands-free soap dispensers (perfect in the current era of Covid-19) to new high-tech shower types and hot tubs are over. Gone are the days of simply setting up a bathroom, shower and toilet. As with any well-designed space, the devil is in the details, and a few small additions can make a big difference.

To achieve the effect you want, you need to start with the basics first and decide what kind of overall feel you want your bathroom to exude. To inspire you, we’ve rounded up the top trends for luxury designer bathrooms for 2021.

Marble and stone

Marble has long been a luxury bathroom trend and will be a welcome return in 2021. White and gray create an effortlessly opulent effect in your personal haven. They are a classic choice and give the room a regal flair. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous, take a look at some of the gorgeous red marble options that some of the top interior designers have helped to become a top trend.

For a stripped-back alternative, stone is another natural material that looks great in bathrooms. In the New Year, its popularity will extend beyond floors and walls and find its way into countertops, vanities and sinks.


Continuing the trend towards natural materials, wood is another great choice to redesign your bathroom in 2021. It gives a rustic and homely atmosphere without compromising on style and sophistication.

It is mainly used on walls and floors and is also becoming increasingly popular in bathroom furniture (although it must be well protected with waterproof paints to last). The designs of the new season offer a combination of elegant natural materials and modern materials design. Woods bring natural warmth to any room and can make for a much nicer experience than stepping on tiles when exiting the bath or shower.

Gold fittings

When it comes to adding a touch of luxury to any bathroom, the roll-top or claw foot bath always has room – and how can you add a little charm to things than with some gold faucets and other faucets and taps?

Modern tile designs

In the past few years we’ve seen beautiful mosaic tiles, Portuguese azulejos and intricate Italian designs take center stage on bathroom floors and walls, and the trend towards beautiful tiles is set to continue in 2021. This time around, however, expect a return to more modern patterns and color palettes like bold gray and white chevrons and abstract block color designs.

This is less about the geometric patterns we’ve seen before and more about adding a creative touch to simpler designs to add an extra dose of sleek appeal.

The extras

Once you’ve established the scene, chosen your theme, and established your material choices for your floors, walls, fixtures and fittings, it’s time to have fun styling.

Plants and greenery will continue to be an important trend in bathrooms in 2021. They bring the outdoors into interiors and, in combination with minimalist color palettes such as white and creams, create a light, airy and natural feeling. Be sure to choose plants that can withstand the moisture and humidity of the room, as this will not be suitable for everyone.

Natural light will be another major trend and is effective when it comes to creating a more spacious feeling of space. Use large windows to let in as much light as possible. If your bathroom doesn’t have windows, you’ll need to install an exhaust fan to remove mold-causing moisture and opt for artificial lighting alternatives that mimic natural light.

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