Our Favourite Bathroom Trends Of 2019

From spa-inspired styling to luxurious pendant lighting, 2019 has shaped up to be an exciting and innovative year for bathroom design. With a perfect blend of practicality and aesthetics, here are our top bathroom trends of 2019 that are guaranteed to make a statement.


Colour of the Year: Living Coral

Living Coral is Pantone’s Colour of the Year and when it comes to décor, this gorgeous hue is a must-have to brighten up your bathroom. Evoke buoyancy and vitality by introducing the bold colour through bathroom decor such as towels, soap dispensers and toothbrush holders. The coral hue with golden undertones works well with gold accessories to create a luxurious feel.

Home Republic Kingston Cotton Bamboo Cotton available from Adairs



With its speckled pieces of marble, glass and quartz, terrazzo is a versatile surface that has made an impressive comeback in 2019. Often found in resorts and spas, terrazzo add texture and a unique blend of natural materials that are a great alternative to monochrome tiles and looks great also when used in bathroom accessories or feature walls.

Marcel Bathroom Accessories available from Pillow Talk

Pendant Lights

Pendant lights are a fantastic way to add personality to a room and provide a lush atmosphere. When hung over a vanity, they provide a great source of accent lighting while also freeing up precious wall space. Pendant lighting adds depth, complements bathroom finishes and can act as a unique focal point to the room.

Aksel Pendant in Brass/Clear available from Beacon Lighting


Black Bathroom Fixtures

From shower heads to tapware, black bathroom fixtures continue to draw consumers in 2019 with their understated sophistication and sharp design. An ideal choice for bathrooms, matte black fixtures are resistant to fingerprints, and minimise the appearance of dents. The perfect neutral colour, black can be paired with a diverse range of colour schemes and suits both classic and modern bathroom designs.

Black Tapware available from Hasl Haus