Top Bathroom Trends of 2022: Luxury Bathroom Designs
Top Bathroom Trends of 2022
Looking for luxury bathroom and powder room inspiration? Here are five trending bathroom designs of 2022 from top interior designer Susan Spath that are sure to impress.
1. Statement Tile Accent Wall
A tile accent wall can complete any bathroom or powder room design. When choosing a tile for an accent wall pick a tile that complements the surrounding materials. Typically a bathroom accent wall tile will blend with the room while a powder room accent wall can be more bold to make a statement. This all depends on personal style of course. In this powder room interior designer Susan Spath used a contrasting black and gray marble tile with an intricate pattern.
2. Free Standing Bath tub
Fill an empty space with a free standing bath tub. Besides a nice way to end the day, a free standing bath tub is a fantastic way to improve the look of any bathroom. Paired with a luxury exposed floor mounted tub filler and the free standing bath tub becomes one with your space. In this master bath Susan utilized the beautiful light filled room with a large white free standing bath tub. Accompanied by a polished chrome tub filler and hand shower this bath tub is a cohesive design element of this spacious master bathroom.
3. Make up Vanity
Every master bath needs a make up vanity. Bathroom vanities are a great place to get ready and keep you organized. One key factor that makes a vanity is storage. A number of pull out drawers and dividers can make life so much easier. A stylish vanity stool is needed for seating and to fill the knee hole when not in use. This master bathroom makeup vanity is custom Habersham cabinetry designed by Susan Spath. The countertop features a beveled detail marble slap top. Talk about a glamorous master bathroom.
4. Stunning Shower Design
A properly designed shower can add a beautiful aspect to a bathroom. Shower designs use a few different combinations of tiles to complete the shower. Shower dam tile, shower pan tile, and shower wall tile all play a role in completing the overall look. This modern shower design by Susan Spath is a work of art itself. The marble shower dam continues up encompassing the shower and across the bench. The shower pan tile is a simple white square pattern leading the attention to the accent wall. Susan chose a brilliant white to grey gradient tile for the accent wall that really makes this master shower design special. Large shower glass boasts the shower design and encloses the shower with access doors from both sides. To top it off the his and hers matching polished chrome plumbing and oversized rain shower head make this shower function as wonderful as it looks.
5. Back Lit Wall Bathroom Design
This bathroom feature is a real show stopper. A back lit onyx stone wall can make your luxury bathroom stand out. Back lit walls are a great way to bring light into a bathroom or powder that doesn’t have a window for natural light. In this powder room Susan used a translucent onyx stone that elegantly diffuses the light. The sconce lights made of quartz stone and brass accompanied by a mirror with acrylic frame and brass accents add a whimsical feel to this luxury powder room.