February 27, 2019


The latest in bathroom trends for 2019

The eight firms from the PORCELANOSA Group are committed to the Premium large size ceramic format, blue and white tones, marble pieces and natural wood for these spaces.

Maximalism, vintage styles and irregular structures are just some of the trends which have a warmer interior design.

Marble, natural wood, Premium large-size ceramic, mottled surfaces and technological solutions which allow for greater energy savings are just some of the designs offered by the eight companies from the PORCELANOSA Group for bathrooms. Materials that set the trend in current interior design.

Brutalist Style: Aesthetic maximalism

To face the sobriety and minimalism of recent years, the Materia collection by KRION™ breaks with what is pre-established through raw colours such as: Amaro, Grigio or Luce. Tones which are complemented by architectural brutalism, where the PORCELANOSA Group’s large-size ceramic plays an important role.


In this group, we have Deep, the large-size porcelain tile by Urbatek. Inspired by quartzite, the pieces from this collection present a great range of tones with soft contrasts, as well as rich veins and shade variation. Their mosaics create elegant detail when used as a wall tile, since the blurring gives greater depth to the projects.

Watercolour: Liquid art.

The watercolour effect, the shade and ceramic gradients turn any element into art. From the white, grey, bluish or pink colour range; indoor areas take on greater luminosity and style. This is the case with the pieces from the White & Colors collection by Porcelanosa, whose colours present great vitality for rooms, such as bathrooms and kitchens.


Light Marbled: Sculptural character.

With mottled surfaces and subtle veins, the Tile bathroom furniture by Noken simulates the aesthetic of marble through the thin XLight Premium wall tile by Urbatek.

Venis joins this trend with its new Artic ceramic collection, in which the elegance of the white Carrara marble is imitated. Its lines and its three-dimensional patterns incorporate sculptural character into the space in each of its compositions.


Wabi Sabi: The beauty of imperfection.

The Wabi-Sabi trend turns imperfection into beauty, and at the same time, it moves away from any decorative ostentation. An aesthetic trend that follows the Bronze Oak Wood furniture by Gamadecor. With an aged solid oak countertop that comes in a 4cm thickness, this piece brings together: resistance, sophistication and a timeless design. The finest and purest materials are presented by L’Antic Colonial. Its Premium collections include natural wood, marble, mosaics and laminates. This is what happens with Persian White, a marble piece whose veining diffuses which, makes the light in the rooms stand out.


Smart: Responsible design

The latest technology and the sustainable use of natural resources are two of the principles that are applied to radiant heating by Butech. With an intelligent 8GM control which can be programmed from the app, this method allows for energy expenditure to be streamlined at home. In addition, the geolocation tools that are integrated into it, regulate the temperature according to the user’s whereabouts.

Functional and sustainable design.



2 thoughts on “The latest in bathroom trends for 2019'

    1. How nice to read what you tell us, that was the main objective: to inspire and give ideas.
      Thank you very much for your words Aisha 🙂

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