4 Bathroom Trends to Keep for 2023

Golden Hour Project / Rebekah Westover Photography

An updated bathroom is one of our most requested design inquiries. It’s a fun space to makeover because even small changes can feel huge. Whether you are ready for a complete overhaul or just planning a few simple and affordable changes, here are four trending looks we’re taking with us into 2023 to help inspire your look.

Artisan Pendants

Golden Hour Project / Rebekah Westover Photography

We have long been recommended swapping out dated or builder basic lighting in your bathroom. Even without a full remodel, it’s an affordable way to really elevate the look. Right now, the update we are loving is swapping out the more expected bathroom lighting look of glass and metal to a more artisan-vibe pendant hand-crafted of ceramics, concrete, or woven textures.


Statement Stone

Beach Front Project / Rebekah Westover Photography

Although quartz is a counter option we often use if it’s the best fit for the lifestyle and budget of our clients, when possible, we love upgrading to a dramatic natural stone. The look adds so much personality to the space and creates a chic, timeless look. The original plan for the countertop in our Beach Front Project was to go with Clareanne Cambria Quartz. However, at the last minute we found a gorgeous unlabeled piece of remnant marble at the stone yard. Remnant pieces of stone can be a great way to go for small space countertops. Because you do not have to purchase an entire slab, it is more affordable.

Mixed Metals

Family Ties Custom Build / Rebekah Westover Photography

A mix of metals in the bathroom feels layered and modern. It’s a look we’ve loved for years and we are not tired of it. Try mixing up the finish on your faucet, hardware, mirror frame, or lighting.

Earth Tone Tile

This year we will be seeing a continued trend of earth tones in tiles. A departure from the crisp, all white bathrooms, these organic, earthy colors add a lot of warmth and and soften tiled spaces. Shades of browns, greens and rust look beautiful when paired with medium wood tones.

We can’t wait to show you all the looks were incorporating into our designs this year. Check back soon for more!


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