Year after year, Pinterest forecasts decoration trends for the coming months. The latest "Pinterest 100" report shows that Spanish-style bathrooms are becoming increasingly popular.
Although their functions are similar to those of other styles, they have distinctive features that give them a unique character and personality. Here we analyse the key aspects of the design of a Spanish-style bathroom.
Liem bathroom furniture, mirror and basin + Lignage taps
White and beige are the predominant colours in spaces bathed by the warmth of natural light. Against this soft background, ceramic floor and wall tiles, a traditional feature in Mediterranean areas, provide a clear contrast in pure vibrant primary colours, such as blue, green or reddish tones, with patterns inspired by those of traditional hydraulic tiles.
Spanish-style bathrooms use natural light as much as possible, so it is desirable for them to have windows in the walls or a skylight in the ceiling.
Natural wood bathroom furniture
Natural wood finishes enhance the natural feel of Spanish-style bathrooms, while bathroom furniture such as Liem, Essence C or Nature adds to the emotional appeal of this style.
Taps reminiscent of classic designs
Elements with classic designs play a crucial role in designing a bathroom in this style. Lignage, a collection designed by Valencian architect Ramón Esteve, pays a distinguished tribute to classic Mediterranean pieces: bathroom taps that recall romantic designs, but with aesthetics and technology that are completely up-to-date, in different finishes, copper being most representative of the Spanish style.
Careful decoration with plants, wooden stools and natural fabrics will recreate the Spanish retro-classic style. Together with soft lighting, they evoke the warmth of the sun and complete the welcoming look of a Spanish-style bathroom.
Liem bathtub and Lignage taps