Thrones for all kingdoms
Whether you want minimal, traditional, romantic or hi-tech style, you can indulge in your very own bathroom fantasy
There is a real life game of thrones going on in Australian bathrooms, with styles differing depending on age.
Millennial homeowners are experimenting with Scandi-styled bathrooms, while Baby Boomers are showing interest in more traditional aesthetics.
The findings were revealed in the 2017 Australian Houzz Bathroom Trends Study, which quizzed more than 1700 homeowners who were planning a bathroom renovation, or had recently completed one.
Overall, contemporary and modern bathroom styles were the most popular, with statement designs and natural lighting among the priorities for those looking to luxe up the lav.
Additionally, almost one in 10 millennial homeowners deem bathroom design to be all about romance, according to the survey.
Renovators are also going hi-tech, with 12 per cent of new toilets and five per cent of new showers boasting features such as digital controls, built-in sound for showers, and self-cleaning and overflow protection for toilets.
Supersized showers and bathtubs were also popular among the survey group.
Meanwhile, Beaumont Tiles is predicting that their new Nordic and Stockholm ranges of bathroom vanities will raise the bar for minimalistic bathroom fit-outs in 2018.
Described as versatile, sleek and visually stunning, both vanity ranges are perfect for Retro Vintage, Scandinavian, Coastal, Global Fusion or Eclectic Bohemian inspired bathrooms – making them the perfect choice to stand the test of time, according to Beaumont Tiles.