5 Bathroom Trends from our Hawaii Project

Our Hawaii Project brings us back to our Modern Coastal roots with a beautiful blend of clean lines, traditional touches, and an emphasis on organic textures that create natural beauty. In the bathrooms, this means embracing trends that feel current but with an emphasis on natural materials that always have lasting beauty. Take a look at 5 bathroom trends we incorporated into this project.

Terrazzo Tile

Hawaii Project / Adam Taylor Photography

Terrazzo has come back on the radar over the last few years and in this space we are loving it. The manmade tile is a composite of natural stones and the subtle array of neutral colors create a really pretty pattern. We kept the look modern with vertical stack black tile, but chose a more traditional look for the vanity.

Stone Walls 

Hawaii Project / Adam Taylor Photography

Stone makes a statement throughout this whole project. Continuing it from the main living spaces in to this powder bath creates seamless flow. It’s a lux look full of warmth and texture. Using stone indoors in unexpected places, like the bathroom, helps create the blurred line between indoor and out that we wanted for this coastal Hawaiian project. The stone we used is Eldorado Stone Rough Cut in Casa Blanca.

Black Sink

In the Hawaii Project powder bath, warm stone forms the backdrop of the space and makes the floating black stone sink pop. It’s a cool contrast of both color and texture. Black and colored sinks are a trend we have been seeing and expect to see more of.

Color Tile on Walls

Hawaii Project / Adam Taylor Photography

Bold wall and floor tiles in the bathroom are replacing white subway as a way to add personality and a more designer look to your space. We’ve seen some great colors in bathrooms we love, but here we wanted a bold look that sticks to earth tones. This rich gray feels unique but keeps with the organic neutral vibe of the entire home.

Wood Vanity

Hawaii Project / Adam Taylor Photography

Wood vanities are a bathroom trend we love for the warmth and natural beauty they add to a space. We often stick with a very natural oak, but for this project we went with a white wash look to embrace a more coastal look. We paired the vanity with a wood stool in a contrasting tone. The blend creates a sophisticated layered look.

Hope this gives you a few ideas you might want to add to your own bathroom design. To see more of this project, see our reveals of the kitchen, dining room, and primary bedroom.

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