Gothic, moody tones, bold metallics and expressive lighting will be making big statements in bathrooms and kitchens this year. Read on to see what trends you should be taking note of.

Go Gothic

Why not welcome a Gothic tone in your bathroom this season. Think moody wallpaper and dark colours partnered with white porcelain tiles that have a slight texture. This will add a sense of modernity to a room.

A trio of metallics

The classic gold, silver and bronze shades rarely go out of fashion and when used individually in a kitchen or bathroom can really make an impressive statement. Adding brushed gold taps to a Belfast sink or heritage vintage gold standpipes to a roll top bath will certainly look top brass.

The industrial trend

The urban and industrial trends will continue to make a statement this year. Weathered iron, rustic worn metals and copper and steel accessories will be at the forefront of kitchen and bathroom designs. Think copper lighting with braided cables hanging above kitchen islands and antique brass radiators adorning freshly painted bathroom walls.

Two tone

Adding another colour to your kitchen palette will also be a trendsetter this year. Combine dark, rich Pantones on cabinets such as damson and forest with contrasting colours on the walls to inject a splash of character to your space. And using two tone effects will allow different design elements to be incorporated into the look and feel of a kitchen. Matt, wood and laminate finishes also make an instant statement.

Genie splashbacks

If you are looking to incorporate the industrial trend into your kitchen or bathroom we have a range of rustic looking splashbacks to choose from.

For a copper feel, take a look at our Burnt Sienna, Brown, Chocolate Brown splashbacks or if steel is more your thing, why not choose one of our Gunmetal Grey, Aluminium Grey, Graphite Grey or Charcoal Grey splashbacks. Why not add a dash of glitter to your industrial look with our range of Glitter Splashbacks, including Graphite Glitter, Pale Grey and Silver Glitter.

Be on trend this year and add a dash of industrialism to your kitchen and bathroom.