Bathroom Trends

The bath can be a personal sanctuary, and design for this space is strongly trending toward comfort and calm.


Furniture-Like Cabinetry
Bathrooms are losing their clinical look and feeling more like part of the home with the Hastings Open series of cabinets and vanities.
Vanity as shown, $1,995
DSKB Plumbing and Tile, 595 S. Broadway, 126E, Denver, 303.744.9189, 


Pop of Pink
A tiny touch of this girly color is a hot trend these days—as are white fixtures, another option from the Hastings Vola line of faucets.
DSKB Plumbing and Tile, 595 S. Broadway, 126E, Denver, 303.744.9189,


Polished Copper
Intensely colored metals are overtaking the ubiquitous brushed nickel as with this vessel sink from Thompson Traders that features an eggshell enamel exterior.
Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery 17655 E. 25th Dr., Aurora, 303.739.8000,


Living Spaces
Bringing smaller furnishings, such as stools, poufs, chairs, coatracks and rugs into the bathroom make the space feel more like a place you want to relax, spend some time and really be yourself.
West Elm Teardrop Kilim pouf, $179–$279
West Elm, 2955 E. 1st Ave., Denver, 303.320.1001,


Creative Tile
Mosaics are the ultimate in patterned tiles, and the Peace Rose configuration from the Ann Sacks Beau Monde Collection is ideal for a serene space.
From $325–$606.30/square foot
Ann Sacks; 545 S. Broadway, Denver; 303.282.9300;