What’s Trending On Pinterest

These are the images being pinned like crazy this week

One thing’s for certain; wow-factor wallpapers and striking bathroom renovations are on everyone’s radar.

1. CONCRETE

One of this year’s biggest trends has been concrete bathrooms – and we don’t see your love for all things concrete slowing down any time soon. In this rustic, concrete Cornwall cottage, concrete is matched with back-to-nature textures such as the wide, wooden sink. The oversized bathtub was originally created for use as an animal trough, but it works brilliantly as a bath. The trough itself cost under £200 – though it took five men to get it in place. It could have cost four times that amount to have it made.

Get the look: The bath is a concrete trough from Mole Valley Farmers. The white pottery is from Made.com. The bathroom sink is an old wood dough bowl from eBay.

See Also: THE LATEST BATHROOM TRENDS FOR 2018 & 2019

2. MODERN MURAL

We love a good wall mural. This show-stopping image shows a floor-to-ceiling mural from Tres Tintas. The brave, eye-catching mural dramatically spans the dining room wall from top to toe, and arrived as five huge panels. It’s no wonder it’s one of this week’s most loved pins.

Get the look: The mural is from Tres Tintas in Barcelona. This is the 85 Lamps pendant by Droog. The table and bench are by Timothy Oulton. The chair is by Tom Dixon, covered in fabric from Roche Bobois.

See Also: OUR PICK OF THE BEST WALL MURALS

3. MODERN GEOMETRY

Modern wallpaper is a great way to add an instant lift to your dining room. Dress your walls in decisive, modern patterns to create an entertaining space packed with wow-factor and allure. A study was transformed into this bright, companionable dining space. It strikes an elegant but informal note, thanks to a Palm Springs palette and rosewood dining table.

Get the look: The Channels wallpaper is by Kelly Wearstler. These are Beetle dining chairs by Gubi. This is the Caboche pendant for Foscarini.

See Also: GORGEOUS WALLPAPERED DINING ROOMS

4. CRITTALL-STYLE

Ever-popular (it’s also one of this year’s top trends), Crittall style translates well in the bathroom, where creating a stylish space that feels both light and open but retains an element of separation is a key objective. Work an industrial aesthetic with classic metro tiles or ramp up the luxe with marble. If you have an unusual-shaped bathroom like this one, go for a custom-made enclosure. If you’re worried about the bathroom looking too industrial, team a natural material like marble with the steel frames to give it a spa vibe.

Get the look: Contact Drench for a bespoke enclosure. Try Mixture tiles, around £68.40sq m, Tiles To You, for this look.

See Also: WHERE TO FIND CRITTALL STYLE SHOWER SCREENS

5. TAKE IT TO THE MAX

Colour in the bathroom has spent too long being confined to accessories and the odd sanitaryware line. But change is afoot. From fearless hue combinations and in-your-face patterns, designers are challenging the norm and exploring the infinite possibilities of maximalism. To master this trend, confidence is crucial – it must be embraced wholeheartedly or not at all. Indulge in shades that bring you the most joy and patterns that speak to your personality. Break all the style rules, except one – try not to suffocate the space. You can achieve this by introducing white areas into your scheme that will offer a dash of light relief.

Get the look: Here, on-trend maximalist wallpaper is the ultimate modern counterpoint to Drummonds’s classic Thurso shower, from £22,740. This is L’Eden wallpaper by de Gournay, from £1,972 for a panel. On request, the company will apply a protective glaze to L’Eden for use in your bathroom.

See Also: STUNNING SHOWER ROOM IDEAS

6. IN THE FRAME

Crittall-style windows are enjoying a moment. In fact, the metal-framed windows – first invented in the 19th century – are so popular, their comeback includes doors and partitions too. Elevate a monochrome scheme with a metal-framed shower panel. Here, it pairs well with the vanity unit. What its basin lacks in depth, it makes up for in width, extending into the shower to create a handy shelf.

Get the look: This is the Flor/F.C6 basin in Ivory, £1,800, by Kast Concrete Basins. The Watermark Collection’s Brooklyn wall-mounted two-hole basin set in a brushed 24-carat gold finish costs £1,446. Find similar marble-effect tiles, £43.45sq m, at Walls and Floors.

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