With the Pantone Colour of the Year just announced, let’s take a look at some of the Bathroom trends you can expect to see in 2023 that include similar colours as part of the MagentaVerse.
About Viva Magenta and the MagentaVerse
If you’re looking for an exciting new way to spruce up your home, the Pantone Colour of the Year for 2023 is a great place to start! Viva Magenta is a vibrant hue that is both fun and enchanting. Adding this colour to your home décor will create an exciting pop of colour compared to the more pared-back neutrals we’ve seen in recent years.
Plus, it’s not just magenta that has been carefully selected as part of the MagentaVerse – there are also complementary hues set alongside it which are guaranteed to not only add tonnes of style and charm but also inspire. Bringing Viva Magenta or any of its counterparts into your home will no doubt be one upgrade you won’t regret making.
In the past few years, it has become increasingly easy to step back from our busy lives and develop a newfound appreciation of the power of nature. The lockdown saw us re-engaging with the outdoors – we reconnected with our gardens with enthusiasm and care, growing house plants and cherishing our outdoor spaces.
Since then, enthusiasm for sustainability has kept growing, even for home décor – as demonstrated by Viva Magenta’s beautiful organic product colours. With its natural sources like the carmine-dye-producing cochineal beetle, its vibrant red range strikes a balance between boldness and playfulness – adding a special atmosphere to any space. Red is truly life-affirming; Viva Magenta allows us to continuously recognise that connection in all we do.
Viva Magenta in the bathroom
For those wanting to wholeheartedly jump into magenta, there are many ways to incorporate the colour into your bathroom. Just painting the walls in this bold shade, will completely transform the space.
Featuring the Artis Basin by Villeroy & Boch
Using tiles as a feature wall is set to be one of the hottest trends of 2023, and with good reason. Tiles can add instant personality to any small bathroom, providing an unexpected pop of colour or texture that turns a basic space into something truly eye-catching.
Subway tiles are especially popular right now and they have the added benefit of being so easy to clean and manage. That’s why they work especially well behind a basin or area where spills may be more frequent.
Plus, with so many colours available that can easily complement neutral colour schemes or stand out against bolder colour palettes, subway tiles are incredibly versatile when it comes to creating the desired look for your bathroom space. Use them vertically or horizontally to create depth, or stick with the classic subway shape for familiar comfort.
Featuring the Root Vanity Unit by VitrA
Here you can see a colour similar to Pale Khaki from the MagentaVerse on the opposing wall to the tiles that creates a peaceful area of the room where you can keep some of your bathroom accessories. Combining textures and colours really does create a busy yet peaceful space for you and your family to relax in.
Wall art tiles
Another trend that we’re likely to see more of in 2023 is these contrasting style tiles that feature different patterns that can be arranged to allow a creative burst of colour into the bathroom with little effort.
Featuring the Vergo Vanity Unit by Crosswater
Similar colours used here from the MagentaVerse are the Pale Dogwood and elements of all three of the green tones. Together they embody a floral flourish that brings nature inside, whilst still maintaining that clean and fresh look.
Combining the MagentaVerse
Featuring the Finion Wall Hung WC by Villeroy & Boch
The MagentaVerse spectrum offers two beautiful, complimentary colours – Pale Dogwood and Plain Air. Together, they offer a serene, inviting atmosphere that can be highlighted with black accents or bronze brassware. Villeroy & Boch provides top-notch collections like Finion and Artis where we’re seeing these shades outshine all others. Herringbone tiles are also gaining more and more attention for their subtle pattern and charming appeal. In the coming year, we can expect to see this trend still going strong! Bringing these subtle tones into your home is sure to bring some colour to those everyday moments.