Top 5 Bathroom Design Trends for 2022

The new year is underway and we’re thrilled about the bathroom design trends we’ve seen so far. If you’re thinking about redesigning your bathroom or even just sprucing it up a bit, here are 5 design trends you don’t want to miss. 

Twin Showerheads

If you don’t already have twin showerheads, then it’s probably something you’ve daydreamed about. In recent years, this luxury has become increasingly common and we get why! Not only is it symmetrical and practical, enabling you and your partner to shower at the same time, but it’s also a beautiful way to showcase different design elements, such as chic bathroom tiles and standout fixtures. 

Statement Wallpaper

There was a time when we thought wallpaper was a thing of the past, but not anymore! From scenic murals to florals to geometric patterns, wallpaper is making a steady comeback and we’re thrilled about it. Not only is wallpaper an affordable way to make a drastic change in your bathroom without actually renovating it but it’s a wonderful way to showcase your unique creativity and personality as well. 


This really should have been at the top of the list because Japandi bathrooms consist of a lot of other 2022 trends right now, including neutral tones and textures, organic materials, and minimalist spa-like qualities. Japandi is a mixture of Japanese and Scandinavian styles–two of our favorites! 

White Marble

With white marble making the list, it just goes to show that some trends truly are timeless. Sleek and elegant, marble brings a luxurious feel to any space, large or small. And the exciting thing is that marble isn’t confined to just countertops anymore. You can have marble walls, marble floors, or even a marble tub. Regardless of how you choose to use marble, you really can’t go wrong. 

Wet Rooms

A growing luxury, wet rooms are exactly what they sound like–a designated space made completely of materials that are designed to get wet. Most wet rooms consist of a large, beautiful, glass-enclosed space that includes both a freestanding tub and a traditional showerhead (or twin showerheads). Typically, wet rooms are beautifully designed with floor-to-ceiling tiles and marble, but you can incorporate any stylish spin you want. 

Final Thoughts

Whether you’re hoping to do a complete bathroom remodel or just a few renovations, we highly recommend that you consult a designer before beginning your project. The designers at Kitchen & Bath Ideas have a combined 100+ years of experience to help make your dream home both functional and affordable. Contact us today for a free consultation!

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