Industrial look with use of “natural feel” materials will continue to be on trend in bathroom design this year. Nothing complements more contemporary bathroom style like an industrial looking bathroom taps, showers and bath mixers.
Creating a bathroom look inspired by factories and warehouses can be achieved by using surface textures such as marble, concrete effect porcelain and smooth bevelled-edge metro tiles with a combination of brushed nickel or steel wetroom wastes combined with contemporary wetroom shower screens and even black, grey or chrome finished wall hung toilets.
Ultimately the centre peace of industrial look bathroom is its brassware; basin taps or mixers, bath taps or mixers, shower valves, head showers and hand showers. They have become increasingly popular aesthetics in creating the ultimate industrial makeover.
Here are five reasons why bathroom designers and architects love to use industrial style taps and bathroom fixtures
1) Adding a sophistication to your bathroom
Concealed two or three-hole basin mixers in combination with bath and shower mixers combined with attractive finishes creates a classy, minimalistic, metropolitan bathroom ambience
2) Cutting edge-technology
In the race for the best and the most attractive finishes, tap manufacturers are constantly pushing boundaries and inventing new and better finishes, so industrial bathroom taps and mixers are the cutting-edge technology.
3) Precision engineered tap handles
Industrial Tap Handles represent designs inspired by industrial valves, steering wheels or even by a classic fire hose nozzle look, bringing that vintage experience and more importantly great engineering.
4) Industrial metal finishes
Industrial type of brassware brings best finishing technology out of tap manufacturers. Most popular finishes are rough, industrial, vintage look like Vintage Brushed Brass, Gunmetal Distressed or two-tone finish like Polished Nickel with Black, Brushed Gold with Black or Chrome with Black.
5) Tap handles are ergonomically designed
Tap handles, levers and wheels are also very practical, ergonomically designed and easy to use due to their knurled edges to prevent slipping