A reinterpretation of Victorian classicism - with a twist. Statement colour is the difference – a palette of jewel tones – think emerald greens, peacock blues, ruby reds and amethyst purples, inspired by our heritage but illuminated by late Victorian decorative influences.
Shop the look with the London Collection.
2. Industrial Minimalism
This trend embraces linear, often rugged materials in their rawest and most natural state. Metal, concrete, distressed wood and matt ceramics often in monochromatic schemes, softened as you like by furniture, linen and luxurious fragrances.
Shop the look with the Piet Boon Collection.
This hybrid aesthetic fuses simple, organic materials in light, neutral colour tones, uncluttered and organic. Altogether harmonious, a space to breathe and a zen-like sense of calm.
Shop the look with the John Pawson Collection.
4. Italian Modern
A vibrant juxtaposition of pattern and texture; the bathroom space is elevated to a bellissima artistic statement that draws inspiration from 15th century Renaissance design and architecture. The key is in the mix of marble and Onyx; smooth metallic finishes; and statement furniture, which take on classic proportions that unify the space.
Shop the look with the Gessi Collection.
For trend-led product and design advice for your 2021 bathroom project, speak to a member of our team. Our award-winning designers are still working remotely via email, telephone and video, and can bring your bathroom vision to life through a tailor-made design portfolio with drawings, elevations and product mood boards. Please telephone us on 03458 731 121 or email email@example.com.