With the bathroom taking such prominence in the modern home, the classic white, bright and breezy look has been given some competition. We've noticed a trend towards atmospheric bathrooms and powder rooms at the 2020 TIDA bathroom awards and we thought we'd share some here – you won't need your sunglasses!

A back wall of blue stone, rough sawn timber cabinetry and a trough vanity basin were used to create an organic feel in this moody powder room.

This understated family bathroom was deliberately designed to have a minimalist and monochromatic feel.

Brushed brass detailing and burnt timber-look tiles give this villa bathroom the luxurious, moody impact the clients asked for. 

This moody powder room was designed to mix modern with classic. The bright brush of blue and metallic floral wallpaper also adds interest and unique style to the space.

Sitting pride of place on the third floor of this home, the brief for this impressive master suite was to create a dark and masculine space.

Symmetry plays an important role in the design of this ensuite. The round, statement bathtub wonderfully contrasts the material palette of warm wood and brushed copper fixtures.

The challenge for this powder room was to create a luxurious space that was also practical for the laundry. The result is a richly finished room with layers of texture.

This bathroom is an artistic meeting of form and functionality. A reimagined layout and rich material palette combine to create a refined space.

Carefully placed lighting in this powder room makes the polished plaster walls look like they’re peeling open. Curved edges and textured finishing add to the organic feel.

After living in Paris for years, the owners of this bathroom wanted a space that reflected Parisian style and had a luxurious industrial finish.

Vibrantly veined stone slabs and striking vinyl-faced wallpaper add plenty of personality into this powder room. 

Story by: Trendsideas

01 Nov, 2020

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