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LIVE24SEVEN // Property & Interiors BUS INE S S S POT L IGHT - R I P P L E S SOL IHUL L Bathroom trends


With 2017 comes a whole host of hotly anticipated design trends. There’s no exception when it comes to the bathroom but thankfully bathroom retailer Ripples are on hand to offer their advice about the trends to keep a look out for and how to introduce them into your own home.


Bring the outdoors in; it’s as simple as that. With Pantone naming their colour of the year ‘Greenery’, we just can’t get enough of green, whether that is products, patterns and even plants.


Here Lisa Hammond (Owner of award-winning bathroom showroom Ripples in Solihull) takes a closer look at this new trend.


A TOUCH OF LUXE Team greens with a darker colour palette,


to bring out the sophisticated and timeless side of this colour, look to add a touch of metallic and champagne hues.


CONTEMPORARY VS. TRADITIONAL When it comes to green, the end result will depend on the tone of colour you have used. If your bathroom has a nod towards the traditional then you need to be looking at olive greens. If a contemporary space is more your style then the bolder the better.


TRIAL THE TREND If you want to trial the trend then look at accessories, many suppliers are now


introducing green acrylic tables and mirrors which add an instant update. A statement radiator in a pop of colour is also a great design option; coloured radiators not only lift a space but can increase heat output up to 20% too.


PLANT LIFE The introduction of plant life into the bathroom makes this space connect


with the outside and turns it from a cold clinical space into a living space, one you want to spend time in.


CREATE A STATEMENT If you want to create quite the statement in your bathroom then painting the


external surface of a bath can really lift the space, opt for a subtle shade of green, mixed with encaustic tiles to create a hotel-inspired bathroom.


THE DETAIL IS IN THE DÉCOR A popular way of adding colour into your bathroom is with a feature tile or the


use of different materials. It’s important to go sparingly; look to introduce a mosaic detail in a shower recess, coloured glass would work well too, consider using the glass as a vanity unit in a splash of cool mint green.


BRING THE OUTDOORS IN Green works beautifully with natural woods – I’m always a fan of forest greens


mixed with copper and brass tones for your fittings too. Consider using lighter tones of wood with darker greens and walnut tones to offset those brighter lime greens. If you aren’t sure whether you want to opt for natural wood, then take a look at our selection of porcelain wood-effect tiles, super effective and easy to maintain.


RIPPLES SOLIHULL 1693-1695 High Street, Knowle, Solihull B93 0LN


T: 01564 730223 www.ripplesbathrooms.com / 18 2017…


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