11 Burned Bathroom Trends Designers Are Tired Of


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Sinks and suites in specific hues

Paula Taylor, the current head stylist at Graham and Brown, also agreed that all-white is completely out in 2023. However, she also mentioned an interesting thing: just because white is out, this doesn’t mean that it’s time to run back to monochromatic pastel bathrooms.

Even if there’s a rise in colored sinks and suites, something that she’d truly dislike to see going back in style is the avocado bathroom. It’s true that these iconic ’70s bathrooms really had their moment, but I strongly believe that they shouldn’t make a return.

Many designers believe that brightly-hued bathroom suites are the ones that become rapidly outdated, so most times, they’re not worth the investment. So why invest in something that you might like for only a year or two when you can try something a bit more warm and timeless?

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4 Responses

  1. Well this is great, who has the money to remodel their bathrooms every 5-10 years at $10k each, so not practical

  2. Guess what the new trend is everybody? It’s called do it your way!!! Don’t listen to all the trends that make you feel like your bathroom is less than. I love doing things my way! That’s what makes me feel the best. You certainly do not have to go out and spend a bunch of money just to have a bathroom that is up to date, according to something you see online or read in a magazine.

  3. Some of the things are definitely relevant and out dated. However, I definitely disagree with a few things and just take them as someone else’s opinion:
    JET TUBS – I replaced a regular tub with a jet tub. It fit in the same space and the maintenance is no more trouble than that on the old tub. Plus, I enjoy it from the few times that I use it.
    FRAMELESS MIRRORS – The usefulness of the large frameless mirror out does any current fashion trend. They’re great.
    DOUBLE SINKS – not sure what you’re talking about here. The additional counter space that comes with a double sink is a very welcomed advantage.

  4. Spend a ton of money upgrading your bathroom that was upgraded five years ago then find out that, in one year, it is too dated and must be upgraded again. Cars don’t depreciate that fast.

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