Bathroom trends 2021: Asymmetrical

13 Dec

The asymmetrical trend can be brought into the bathroom as many products available have parts that are lacking symmetry and fail to correspond in shape, size or arrangement.

Crosswater’s Marvel range adds contemporary design styling the collection.

Marvel expands the portfolio with a modern contemporary design that offers iconic shapes with a soft, human feel in sparkling chrome and the increasingly popular Matt Black finish.

It sits perfectly between industrial designs and the traditional looks too ensuring that the collection has a style to suit all tastes.

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BC Designs Kurv bath is a combination of trend setting design and technical achievement. The minimalist Kurv bath is both comfortable and stylish to enhance any bathroom. Being rimless, Kurv gives maximum bathing area.

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The Sonas Lily freestanding bath is available in 2 sizes. The Lily is an acrylic contemporary single ended bath that is suitable for wall mounted or freestanding taps, making it a versatile solution for many bathrooms.

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Ohtake is an elegant collection of over countertop basins featuring organic lines and a timeless design. Brazilian architect Ruy Ohtake has used elements of nature: the curve of waves, the ever-changing horizon and the purest form of design.

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The Aquabella shower tray is a design that breaks all the established rules, a before and after in the world of bathrooms. A combination of textures create the stunning shower tray which has a hidden drain in the centre, with a grating that is fully integrated into the shapes of the shower tray. The innovative design consists of 3 different high-definition finishes created by aquabella, such as the Benton, Zero and Ethnic textures.

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IlBagnoalessi One is a bathroom design that has cast its spell overt the home design world for years. It is characterised by a timeless form, sparkling imagination and a hint of eccentricity. This design award-winning ensemble is the creation of Italian designer star, Stefano Giovannoni.

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The extraordinary design potential of Laufen’s revolutionary SaphirKeramik reveals itself in the bathroom collection VAL, designed for the Swiss bathroom specialist by star designer Konstantin Grcic from Munich. Simple architectural lines, extremely narrow edges and fine surface structures make the range globally unique. The VAL range includes basins, WC’s, Baths, Furniture and Shower Trays.

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More bathroom trends for 2021 coming soon, in the meantime, why not browse our designed for living bathrooms or shop online.