2id Interiors – Elegant Luxury Bathroom Interior Design Projects

2id Interiors is an award-winning interior design company, known for its refreshing approach to design. Highly regarded as one of the best firms in South Florida, 2id Interiors has also delivered outstanding projects to clients across the United States, Europe, Canada, and Brazil.

See also: Luxury Interior Design Bathroom Projects by Meshberg Group

2id Interiors – The Story so Far

The company was founded by the current creative directors – Laila Colvin and Rafaela Simões.

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Maison Valentina’s Best Sellers: Incredible Bathroom Ideas

Maison Valentina has a large collection of incredible products to admire, and, in an effort to inspire your newest bathroom design, we have gathered some of our top selling products for you to admire. From unique shapes to imaginative and luxurious ideas, these items have it all! Let’s take a deep dive!

See Also: Bathroom Interior Design Unmatched: Projects To Impress!


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Reasons Why Design Blogs Are Good For Your Basement Remodel

There are numerous varieties of basement remodels which can be performed for your house. From being simply an extra office or personal gym to an entertainment room, man room, or wine cellar, your basement could almost be anything! In addition to all these advantages, your basement has tremendous benefits too! For example, with all the natural light available in your basement, you can use it as a workshop, a music studio, a home office, a kid’s playroom, or even a wine cellar. This makes your basement a great space!basement remodels

There are mainly two kinds of basement remodels, which are done on a finished basis. One is known as a completely renovated basement, and the other is known as a remodeled basement that has been partially remodeled. A partially remodeled basement includes changing the concrete flooring, painting it, or applying new wallpapers and window treatments. Remodeling a basement that has already been remodeled includes changing the wallpapers, using new carpets on the floor, and adding new furniture pieces such as computer desks, wooden or metal armchairs and sofas, coffee tables, and end tables. Visit our Website for more basement design ideas. 

Basement remodeling or construction experience requires lots of planning and preparation. First of all, you need to check the local building codes and make sure that you abide by them. Then, it would help if you got a basement waterproofing permit from your local authorities. Basements are required to be waterproofed in order to prevent severe water damage in case of a major flood. With that in mind, this article will provide some more information on waterproofing basements.

Wet basement finishing is often seen on houses that have just been newly built. In fact, many house buyers will not allow for basement remodels because they think that additional finishing work will only be a waste of time and money. But wet basement finishing can actually save you a lot of money if you are able to finish your basement in the best way possible. Wet basement finishing involves improving the drainage system of the house. In the United States, this is done by putting drain tiles on the floors and also using plastic sheets over the doors and windows to prevent any leaking. This technique is not only a cost-effective method but it is also highly effective.

There are two main methods used for basement remodels. One is to completely remodel the room and the other is to create additions. In case you want to redesign the whole basement, you must first create a detailed plan including all the details of the design you want to achieve. The plan should include the size and dimensions of the room as well as the designs and materials required. If you hire professional experts, they will help you with your design needs.

Basement remodels can be great fun for the whole family. When it comes to designing a home, most people look at their dream home but keep in mind that the current living space isn’t good enough for them. To get rid of all these imperfections, basement remodels become a necessity. These include creating an extra bedroom or a media room where you can relax after a long day at work.

A design blog can help you learn more about basement remodels and how you can use your basement space to its maximum advantage. You can also find a lot of tips on how to finish basements on a budget. By reading this design blog, homeowners can learn the secrets of other homeowners who have remodeled their basement spaces. There are photos as well as videos included in these blogs which make things easier to follow. There are also several articles available for homeowners who want to do some home improvements on their own.

Many homeowners think that waterproofing basements is an added expense they don’t need. Actually, waterproofing doesn’t require much time and money compared to the other remodeling projects. In fact, waterproofing is one of the cheapest home improvement projects that you can do on your own. With the help of a professional waterproofing contractor, you can start waterproofing your basement today. You can also learn more tips on how to improve waterproofing basements by visiting a design blog.

How Novalé Made an Inner West Small Bathroom Renovation BIG on Style

The Inner West council is among Sydney’s largest local government areas, a community of distinctively creative and dynamic neighbourhoods, defined by many cultures, philosophies, and life experiences.

From Ashfield to Hurlstone Park, most Inner West housing is connected terraces with smaller rooms and bathrooms. As a result, most Inner West bathroom installations require innovative small bathroom renovation tactics to make the most of their quaint inner-city living spaces.

Whether you own an apartment, terrace or house, small bathrooms are typical for many Inner West residents. While many people think that narrow and small bathroom installations are limited in size and arrangement in terms of function and style, that’s not always the case.

In actuality, making a small bathroom installation appear larger and seem more spacious, all while incorporating personal décor, is an art that many designers jump at the chance to tackle.

To demonstrate just how exciting small bathroom renovations can be, let’s take a look at a past Novalé Inner West bathroom renovation in Marrickville. Even though this Marrickville bathroom renovation includes four bathroom installations and a laundry renovation, each room is relatively small and narrow. As a result, Novalé designers utilised several design tips and tricks to make these standard small and narrow bathrooms look great and feel larger than they are.

So, how do you make a bathroom installation visually look bigger? Here are four design tricks Novalé designers used to make narrow and small bathroom installations look larger in this Marrickville home.


Bounce Light with a Light Colour Scheme

One of the most common questions Novalé is asked for small bathroom renovations is, what colours make a small bathroom look larger?

A trick that Novalé designers regularly use to make a space feel larger is to pick one light colour and use that throughout the space. Complementing colours are then used through texture to add another element. Even though a bathroom installation is small, a cohesive colour palette can make the space feel larger than it is, creating an airy atmosphere.


In our Marrickville small bathroom renovation example, the marble’s visual pattern helps add another element of texture into the small bathroom installation whilst also keeping the urban design and monochrome colour pattern in line.

With a white emphasis from the marble, natural light can easily bounce throughout the space, making the area feel lighter and more expansive than it actually is. Plus, the large marble tile mirroring on the floor up the wall achieves a seamless and spacious feel.


Honestly, you can’t go wrong with a black and white colour scheme in a small bathroom renovation! The darker hues of matte black create details throughout the bathroom installation, which gives the eyes interesting focal points to look at, so the space does not seem dull. The black offers attention-grabbing details and helps to expand the space.

Make a Statement with the Floor or Wall

One of the best ways to make any narrow or small bathroom renovation feel larger is by highlighting the room’s length rather than its width by using a stand-out tile on the largest empty area of the space. As a result, when individuals walk into the bathroom, all their attention focuses on the large tile area and tricks their brain into thinking that the surface area is more expansive.

Thus, creating a focal point with a bright, exciting, or patterned tile makes the space look larger and feel more spacious.

The key to making a bespoke tile or feature wall really work in a small bathroom renovation is to ensure the tiles don’t overwhelm the rest of the room. A good tip is to balance out the striking pattern with plain colours throughout other elements in the space, ensuring both aspects complement each other seamlessly.

Two of the bathroom installations in our Marrickville small bathroom renovation case study have a feature tile.

In our first bathroom installation, all attention is captured by the gorgeous geometrical black and white floor tiles. This small bathroom renovation creates the perfect monochrome bathroom with subtle white elements thought the rest of the space.


Following the same methodology, another bathroom installation from this Marrickville case study makes a statement with the colourful feature wallpaper.


No Small Bathroom Renovation is Complete without Innovative Storage Solutions!

One of the most challenging aspects of small bathroom renovations is incorporating lots of storage, in addition to making the storage appear elegant and integrated into the overall design. Remember to utilise your walls for smart storage that doesn’t take up too much space, such as installing wall cabinets, built-in nooks, or even basic shelves!


Open-plan bathroom storage solutions are here to stay since they’re attractive and great for displaying all of your favourite lotions and potions, as well as colourful plants! The only stipulation is that things must remain nice and tidy because they are on display.

Pretty much each small bathroom renovation in our Marrickville case study utilises hidden storage behind the mirrors. It’s just a no-brainer – for small bathroom renovations, as the mirror provides a wealth of deep storage, all whilst not intruding into the room. These minor yet compelling elements are what elevate a concept to the level of a designer.


Always Opt for Wall-Hung Sink Cabinets

Wall-hung units – or units on slender legs – are the finest option for faking square footage in any small bathroom renovation. Simply because they allow people to see the room’s borders, tricking the eye into thinking the space is more expansive. Again, pretty much each small bathroom renovation in our Marrickville case study utilises floating vanities.

For a cohesive effect in your small bathroom renovation, make sure you choose a floating vanity style that matches the colour of your walls and think about wall-mounted taps, which allow for slimmer basins and more space on top for bathroom accoutrements.

Begin Your Small Bathroom Renovations with Novalé

Whether you are looking for bathroom renovators for an apartment bathroom renovation in Ashfield or a small bathroom renovation in Hurlstone Park, Novalé’s highly experienced teams are available to help you produce a beautiful and highly functional small bathroom design in Sydney’s Inner West.

When beginning research on bathroom renovators for your small bathroom renovation project, consider including Novalé Bathrooms in your shortlist. We offer bathroom renovations in Newcastle to bathroom renovations in Alexandria, as well as Bathroom Renovations across Sydney and all the way to bathroom renovations in the Central Coast. For a complete list of the Areas We Service, see here.

Our small renovations teams are ready to start building you a fantastic modern bathroom design. We implement a unique 4 step bathroom renovation process, and we encourage potential customers to read the 12 reasons to choose Novalé. Additionally, you can read our testimonials and reviews to learn about the experience others have had to renovate with Novalé. For more information on how we transform your bathroom, please get in contact with the Novalé team on 1800 NOVALÉ.

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Save Thousands on Your Bathroom Labour Costs With Chloe Watton.


I think it’s safe to say when it comes to saving money, we’re all eager to know more. So, if you’re currently renovating or even just thinking about updating your bathroom, we have some wise words from interior influencer, Chloe. 

Earlier this year we worked with Chloe to help her produce her dream bathroom. She came to us with a strong vision of what she wanted from her bathroom, and she hasn’t disappointed. Better yet, she has created the most beautiful space, whilst saving incredible amounts of money, with the help of her finance Aaron. 

Chloe is 24 and recently bought a miners cottage built in 1880 with her partner Aaron. She has a full time job and does interior influencing on the side. Even though she hates the word influencer, Chloe does a beautiful job at sharing her life and home online to her 31.6k followers. 

Find out how Chloe did it below :

Chloe and Aaron Next To Their New Home
Chloe and Aaron Next To Their New HomeSo, Tell Us A Bit About Why This Particular Property Caught Your Eye?

‘The cottage caught my eye just before it went to auction and I was IN LOVE. There is something so warming about the large open hallway and it truly was a gem waiting to be polished up. 

I knew this house was gasping for an extension and even though we weren’t sure if it was possible, we went for it and Aaron DIY built our two storey extension by hand during furlough!‘

Chloe In Her New Bathroom
Image Credit: @thegreybuild How Did You Go About Planning Your Bathroom/ Interior?

‘Pinterest truly was my best friend (and still is!) I save images that inspire me and then collectively analyse similarities amongst them to help decide what features are a priority and then I get to hand draw on my iPad my ideas before using computer aided design to bring it together!‘

Scrolling Through Pinterest
Where Did You Get Your Interior Inspiration From?

‘It took months of preparation! I picked up inspiration from hotels I had been to or seen online and then of course, Pinterest.‘

Looking through magazines for inspiration

What Made You Decide To Take On This Renovation Project Instead Of Paying For Help?

‘We have done everything so far, including building a 2 storey extension, so to us this made sense. We have the time, skills and knowledge to just go for it so why not!‘

Chloe's extension
Chloe’s extension What Top Money Saving Tips Would You Give To Fellow Renovators?

‘DIY. It’s the only way you can save a reasonable amount of money really as labour costs are incredibly high and sometimes tradesmen are unreliable because they’re so busy right now, catching up with work after the pandemic.‘

How Much Did You Save On Labour Costs By Doing It By Yourselves

‘We never got a quote however, after adding up the average costs of labour we believe it is around the £10,000 mark. Our bathroom was quite an intricate design which included knocking walls down, re positioning a window, building an additional shower nook, bespoke carpentry work and lots of electrical work. It was a back to brick renovation so, very expensive in labour costs.‘

Chloe's finished luxury bathroom suite

Chloe's finished luxury bathroom suite
Chloe’s finished Bathroom Suite, Freestanding Bath and Shower What Is Your Must Have Feature In A Bathroom?

‘Soft lighting. It makes all the difference when having a relaxing bath on an evening. Think about a candlelit bathroom, without all the hassle!‘

Chloe's Soft Lift Bathroom
Chloe’s Soft Lift BathroomWhat Is Your Favourite Thing About Your New Bathroom?

‘It just has to be THE BATH, just wow I could live in there quite frankly. It is spacious yet snug (how, I don’t know!?)‘

Milano Irwell freestanding bath

The Bath In Question…

Chloe’s beautiful bath tub is part of our Milano Irwell.

A stunning centrepiece for your bathroom, the Milano Irwell 1700mm double ended freestanding bath is the perfect choice if you’re serious about relaxation and indulgence.

Featuring a contemporary and desirable oval shape, the bath has been crafted from premium quality Lucite acrylic that’s scratch resistant and exceptionally rigid.

Shop Milano Irwell Freestanding Bath

Money Saving Do It Yourself Tips

We aren’t all as fortunate to land a partner with insane DIY skills like Aaron, but there are plenty of smaller things that you can try and complete without paying for a tradesman. 

Here’s a list of some of the things you can do yourself, that will take a big % of your labour bill.

Rip your existing bathroom out yourself – Yes this will take some elbow grease and might be end up taking more time – but it’s another £100+ off the billTiling/painting – if you’re up for the challenge, done your research and have the time, why not tackle some tiling? This could save you thousands on your bill.Build your own shelves – you can purchase shelving or even go wild and completely create your own floating shelves with rope and a rectangular piece of wood.Install your own taps – I know this might sound scary but there are some good youtube tutorials on how to do this yourself and it doesn’t look too daunting.

Disclaimer – we love a DIY hack but please never tamper with gas – Please call a plumber, avoid any hazardous conditions.

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Impressive Modern Bathroom Designs

Modern bathroom designs can be charming, beautiful and unique. Here at Maison Valentine, we strive to bring to you the most unique and best bathroom looks we possibly can. As such, we have gathered some of the most unique and intense modern bathrooms for you to admire. Let us take a look!

See Also: Bathroom Interior Design Unmatched: Projects To Impress!

Grand Modern Bathroom Designs To Amaze


The bathroom here on display is an incredibly bright and inviting place where one can truly rest in peacefulness after a full day at work.

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Why the Bathroom is Key to Large-Scale Commercial Projects

Believe it or not, bathrooms can be one of the most complex components of any large-scale development project. They require multiple skilled trades working in a relatively small space and demand high quality finishes to be both customized and meet brand standards. With this in mind, guaranteeing streamlined bathroom construction can be the key to the success of any sizeable commercial project—and here’s why.

Bathrooms can make or break construction timelines

For substantial construction projects with demanding jobsite environments, the amount of coordination required to build superior-quality bathrooms can present logistical challenges that threaten timelines. Given that a typical bathroom requires 10 or more construction trades onsite—including electrical, plumbing and finishing work, ranging from drywall and painting to mirror hanging—a single miscommunication or inability to secure a needed trade can cause a bottleneck that significantly delays the schedule. Not to mention, the amount of rework required in traditional bathroom construction can push the timeline out even further.

At SurePods, we understand the importance of completing bathrooms quickly and efficiently, without squeezing an already tight skilled labor market. This is why we provide prefabricated bathroom pods, designed using 3D modeling for onsite compatibility. The pods are built in a factory-controlled setting where skilled trade work is consolidated. They are then delivered, installed and connected to the building’s mechanical systems. Eliminating scheduling hassles, our modular method makes it simple for developers and project teams to accelerate timelines without compromising quality.

On-budget building hinges on bathroom construction

Most developers approaching us know that in high-cost labor markets, bathrooms can be a pricy endeavor. This is due to the many workers that come and go in such a small space, which poses a huge risk of damage to previously completed work. In fact, about 60% of the punch list in commercial projects results from damage to bathrooms throughout the onsite construction process. This, in turn, leads to further expenditure on labor and replacement materials. It also pushes out construction timelines, delaying openings and the period where a return on investment can be realized.

The good news is the exorbitant price of rework can be avoided by using single-sourced prefabricated bathroom pods. The pods adhere to strict quality manufacturing guidelines so that each and every unit comes out as designed per specifications. For projects needing high quantities of repeatable units, leveraging prefabrication can have a significant and positive impact on a project’s bottom line.

Interested in learning more about how our prefab bathroom pods can optimize your large-scale project? Connect with us at [email protected].

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22 Bathroom Flooring Trends for 2022

Our Big Bathroom Flooring Predictions For Next Year

Everybody wants a unique, exciting and memorable bathroom to call their own. 

Some people want a contemporary luxury spa feel, while others prefer decadent marble structures and a more traditional look.

But whatever your taste, the foundation of a truly exceptional bathroom design lies under your feet, in the flooring. 

Big, small, bright or moody, your bathroom can be any of those styles or shapes, but it’s flooring will always be one of the most important things to get right. 

We scoured Instagram, Pinterest and (our fave) Houzz to uncover the bathroom flooring ideas that we think will set the trend next year.

Here’s 22 bathroom flooring ideas that we predict will be gracing the world of bathrooms in 2022.

1 – The Pebble Bathroom Floor

Image from maisonderone

Stylish, slip resistant and relatively inexpensive to install, pebble or rock flooring provides a great material for wetroom and walk-in shower floors. 

Create a truly unique look with any number of pebble combinations and find the stars of the show in your local river or on a nearby beach, to save a little more money to spend elsewhere in the bathroom! 

Though laying the pebbles can take a bit of time, you can do it without the need for professional help – if you are feeling brave!

2 – Coloured Floor – Neutral Walls

Coloured bathroom and Neutral Walls By Lien Tran Interior Design
By Lien Tran Interior Design – Image from materialsource

If a neutral floor palette seems boring to you, why not go for an exciting splash of coloured tiling and do something completely different?

In this simply stunning space designed by German designer, Lien Tran Interior Design, the bright coloured floor tiles contrast with the marble feature walls to create a bright and vibrant space that is grown up while still being fun.

3 – Embrace Japandi Tranquility

Kasai Carta Sakura porcelain tiles from Tile Club
Kasai Carta Sakura porcelain tiles from Tile Club – Image from bathrooms_of_insta

The emerging trend of 2021 will only “blossom” further next year, and these stunning Kasai Carta Sakura porcelain tiles from Tile Club are certain to create the peaceful and relaxed vibe in your bathroom. 

Combining the ever popular Scandi style and the more natural elements of Japanese design, Japandi leans heavily on natural materials and neutral colours to create a calm and clean aesthetic that adds a harmonious feel to the bathroom.

We expect to see this sort of floor and wall tile in many bathrooms across Instagram in 2022 – we simply cannot take our eyes off it!

4 – Weave Your Way To A Stunning Mosaic Bathroom Floor

Weave Equator & Thassos Mosaic Tile by The Tile Club
Weave Equator & Thassos Mosaic Tile – Image from thetileclub

Made from Equator marble and featuring clean and crisp white and grey colours, these durable tiles have a natural beauty that creates an interesting geo pattern on your bathroom floor.

The lighter colouring in this tile makes it ideal for bathrooms with no natural light source and it works beautifully with the ever popular Scandi style of bathroom space. 

Find them at Tile Club.

5 – Black Herringbone For Ultimate Drama

Black Herringbone For Ultimate Drama

This open wetroom contrasts the deep and sensual black herringbone tiles with the ever popular white subway tiles on the walls. 

With a pair of chrome overhead rainfall showers, simple shower screen, and contrasting wooden bench, you would be hard pressed to find a space exuding a more grown up Scandi style than this.

Supremely stylish and modern, black herringbone will never not be cool to look at and we expect to see it a lot more next year!

6 – Moroccan Fish Scale (Shell or Mermaid Tiles)

Colourful Moroccan fish scale tiles
Image from mmmina

“Shell tile” sounds so much nicer than “fish scale” and “mermaid tile” has a 70’s sort of a ring to it – but they are one and the same. 

Quirky and unorthodox, Moroccan fish scale tiles are a fun option for your bathroom flooring design and you can play with colours to your heart’s content to create a space unique to your own style. 

For some they may be a little too wild, but for many it’s a pattern that offers something out of the ordinary for a more progressive-looking bathroom.

7 – Even Bolder Colour Blocks – Brave Bathroom Flooring

Even Bolder Colour Blocks - Brave Bathroom Flooring

The UK has some of the smallest bathrooms in Europe, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be brave and bold with your flooring colour choice. 

Bold is beautiful and just because you have a smaller bathroom space, you don’t have to limit your colour choices to plain and simple. 

Simple square tiling in contrasting primary colours can create a wow factor in big and small bathroom spaces – so don’t be afraid of teaming bold colours together – as this 2022 bathroom flooring trend is all about being brave!

8 – Terrazzo Bathroom Tiles

Terrazzo Nouveau Ivory Matt Porcelain by Mandarin Stone
Terrazzo Nouveau Ivory Matt Porcelain by Mandarin Stone

Big in 2021 and continuing that way next year, Terrazzo was one of our favourites from the last 12 months and we would hope that people continue to recognise its subtle yet striking qualities. 

Super hardwearing and available in a range of colours, this marble chipping and cement combo tile is made from off cuts of other materials, so is a more sustainable bathroom flooring option.

Easily paired with almost any other colour, it provides an attractive, durable and striking look that lasts and that (we feel) won’t ever go out of style!

9 – Terracotta and Earth Tone Tiles

Terracotta tiles by SomerTile @ Overstock
Terracotta tiles by SomerTile @ Overstock

The warm and earthy tones of classic terracotta are on the rise and growing in popularity. 

Looking beautiful when combined with Terrazzo, shades range from warm clay and apricot hues through to red brick and fire orange.

This tile colour and design will make a huge impact in 2022 and can be stunning when paired with brushed copper and bronze brassware – both of which you will see much more of next year.

10 – Hexagonal Heaven

Hexagonal Tiles - Image from LivForInteriors
Hexagonal Tiles – Image from LivForInteriors

Big as a plate or as small as a fifty-pence piece (but with fewer sides) hexagon tiles come in a range of sizes and have long been a regular favourite for the bathroom floor. 

If you do opt for the very small ones, be careful to match them with a plain surface so they stand out and don’t have to compete with other textures. 

Colour choices are varied, but for a calm and soothing hexagonal flooring effect, white is always good, while green, blush and coral are proving to be ever more popular on Instagram.

11 – Green & Gold(With Hexagons Again!)

Art Nouveau Balluta Buildings - Image from Drummonds
Art Nouveau Balluta Buildings – Image from Drummonds

If you look back through the decades of bathrooms gone by, you’d be hard pressed to find anyone that would say they loved the green bathrooms of the 70’s and 80’s. 

In 2022, however, we can see green make a big impact and come back to prominence in bathrooms and ensuites – finally laying to rest the ghosts of it’s sickly avocado past.

Paired with traditional gold brassware, green floor and wall tiles create a kind of “art nouveau” feeling that brings the look together to create a stunning sense of the dramatic throughout the bathroom.

12 – Wood Floors For Spa-Lovers

Image from @deecampling
Image from @deecampling

If you’re looking for a truly “Zen” design, wooden flooring and wall accents can help you achieve it, brilliantly. 

Wood can help to soften the hard ceramics that are found in a bathroom, and the impact it can have on light and sound in the space is impressive too.

Seal your bathroom wood with boiled linseed oil or urethane as this will help to keep your natural wood grain nice and vibrant – and treat it outside before bringing it indoors as both linseed and urethane can have a strong smell!

Pair your wood floors and accents with traditional style bathroom furniture to create your own 2022 take on this classic bathroom style!

13 – Pattern It Black & White Mediterranean

Image from Complete Colours & Interiors
Image from Complete Colours & Interiors

Sometimes called “Tuscan” or “Spanish Modern”, we expect to see a little more of this style on “the Gram” in 2022.

Along with the terracotta comeback, Tuscan style bathrooms are again on the rise here in the UK and beyond – as it seems we just can’t shake that “led on a beach in the Med” vibe! 

This style was hugely popular in the USA in the noughties, but we’re hoping for a resurgence in the UK, this time with more ephasis on monotone styling.

To achieve this look, think about using patterned monochrome flooring, like this Spanish floor tile installation from Anissa Grossman at Complete Colours & Interiors.

14 – Marble SlabBathroom Flooring

From Laura Hammett Instagram - Image by Julian Abrams Photo
From Laura Hammett Instagram – Image by Julian Abrams Photo

Marble is versatile, durable and works alongside a range of colour schemes.

Adding value to your home, marble bathroom floors have seen a resurgence in Europe throughout 2021, and with good reason.

Sophistication, grandeur and a luxurious vibe are guaranteed with a marble floor – think expensive spa day or exceedingly posh hotel and you won’t be too far away from a dream bathroom at home!

15 – A Polka Dot Paradise

Image from Apartment Therapy Instagram
Image from Apartment Therapy Instagram

Right now you’ll find polka dot bathroom accessories in almost every furnishing store you can think of. 

Why? Because it’s on the way up the trends chart. 

The irony – and it’s not lost on us – is that polka dots used to be associated with the plague and uncleanliness – and yet here we are in 2021/22 and we’re using them in the cleanest room of our homes. 

Helping to create a classic look and feel, polka dots could be far more adventurous too if you opt for the coloured variety – with gold polka dots seen quite regularly across Pinterest, Houzz and IG.

16 – Geometric Shapes & Unusual Patterns

Image from The Nord Room
Image from The Nord Room

Geometric tiling is still a trend we love, and we’ve seen a lot more of it over the last 12 months too. 

Though the style has never really gone away, linear and angular furniture designs have probably contributed to geometric flooring becoming popular again. 

Warmer tones paired with neutral wall tiles can achieve a beautiful country-style bathroom if paired with a freestanding bathtub and traditionally styled brassware. 

If you’re feeling slightly more adventurous try tiling a little further up the wall and you’ll create a lavish bathroom space that is sure to turn heads.

17 – Stencilled Designer Bathroom Floor

Image from Stencil Revolution Instagram
Image from Stencil Revolution Instagram

You know the old design saying “if you don’t like something, paint it”? Well, that’s what bathroom flooring stencil fans tend to say to justify their work! 

Designer bathroom stencilling is a great idea and not limited to any one style or design.

A great DIY bathroom project that will work on almost any type of bathroom floor, we love the stencils from Royal Design Studio – who have a seemingly endless supply of amazing ideas! 

Relatively inexpensive when compared to completely retiling or laying out a new floor, stencils could be where you save a little extra money to spend on more luxurious bathroom items.

18 – Zellige Tile Bathroom Flooring

Zellige Tiles by BestTile
Zellige Tiles by BestTile

Another Moroccan favourite of ours – and everyone else’s – are Zellige tiles. 

Handmade and with a definitively unique and imperfect charm, Zellige tiles were everywhere back in 2019, but we predict they’ll make a slow and sure comeback to the walls and floors of UK bathrooms in 2022.

As each of them are hand moulded, hand cut and hand finished there are no two Zellige tiles that are the same, which is not ideal for the perfectionists out there!

19 – Cork Bathroom Flooring

Eco-friendly Cork Floor - Image from Ideal Home
Eco-friendly Cork Floor – Image from Ideal Home

As we look to become ever more eco-friendly and go green in our approach to modern living, there is certain to be a rise in the use of cork flooring in bathrooms, and that’s just one of the reasons it makes it into our list.

A unique and eco-conscious flooring material, cork is fabulous for bathroom floors as it is resistant to mould and mildew and works brilliantly in damp bathroom spaces. 

Spongy and filled with natural air pockets, cork is soft and comfortable under foot, and though it is more expensive than floor tiles and carpet (who uses carpet these days?) we are certain you’ll see more of it in your IG & Pinterest feeds in 2022.

20 – Classic Penny Tiles

Penny Tile Bathroom Flooring - LittleBlackBookOfInteriors
Penny Tile Bathroom Flooring – LittleBlackBookOfInteriors

A distant cousin of the hexagonal tiling above, penny tiles are the ultimate in classical bathroom flooring options.

First gracing the bathrooms of the early 1900’s they are slowly but surely becoming popular again, and we expect big things for these small tiles in 2022. 

With their non-slip surface making them great for wetrooms and high traffic bathrooms, they are perfect for wrapping around curved areas, thanks to their diminutive size and look stunning every time.

Normally used in classic black and white, today’s penny tiles come in a glittering array of colours and patterns that will help to create a unique flooring style in your bathroom.

21 – Real Stone Bathroom Flooring

Image from The Stone & Tile Company Instagram
Image from The Stone & Tile Company Instagram

A stunning way to make a bold and elegant style statement, natural stone is a great bathroom flooring material that is both strong and durable.

Real stone flooring is expensive and decadent, but that is to be expected, as every quarry in the world has a slightly different type of stone with different veining and colouring guaranteeing a unique look that won’t be found anywhere else in the world.

A really strong and positive selling point for any home, natural stone will be seen a lot more in 2022 as new and more effective synthetic sealants make it a viable material for use in wet rooms and walk in showers.

22 – Lily Pad Porcelain Tiles

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A best-selling tile of the last 3 to 4 years, lily pad offers a striking geometric pattern with angular lines that has been inspired by patterns found in nature. 

The lily pad pattern has no boundaries when it comes to helping you achieve a versatile look that can be either modern or traditional. 

It’s fab at making small spaces feel much bigger than they are, which is probably why it is finding its way into more UK bathrooms and ensuites. 

Although it was huge in 2019, 2020 and 2021, we don’t see this style going away any time soon, and if anything it is set to be even more colourful and popular as it is a tile that can help to create a range of visual effects that enhance your bathroom space.

Next Year’s Trends – What Do You Think?

So there we are!

Our 22 bathroom flooring trends for 2022.

What do you think?

Do you have any favourite bathroom flooring ideas we haven’t shared here?

Let us know in the comments below, and don’t forget to tag @Big_Bathroom_Shop on Instagram and show us your own Big Bathroom projects!

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