10 Bathrooms You Absolutely Loved In 2019

10 Bathrooms You Absolutely Loved In 2019

2019 was a huge year! We saw splashes of blush pink and terrazzo finishes, our partners brought the bathroom into the main living space, and we were glued to our seats watching Tess and Luke take home the win on The Block.

We’ve delved deep into the Reece Bathrooms Instagram to uncover the bathrooms you loved most this year. So, without further ado, here’s what kept you double tapping from January to December in 2019.

  • Russell Lea Bathroom by Fender Renovations

  • Courtyard House by Lifespaces Group

White and bright spaces

These bathrooms embraced natural light as an essential element of their aesthetic. By pairing plenty of light with white tiles or natural textures like marble, these bathrooms feel fresh, clean and welcoming.

  • Hotel Inspired Home by Kolong Australasia

  • The Block 2018 Bathroom by Courtney & Hans

Playful shapes and lines

Striking thin edged design continued to be popular this year, with above counter basins like the Alape Unisono Basin stopping thumbs in the feed.

  • Parakeet Cottage by Black and White Projects

  • The Block 2016 Bathroom by Julie & Sasha

  • The Block 2019 Bathroom by Andy & Deb

Terrific tap textures

You loved the way these rooms turned functional taps into design features.

Black and White Projects' Parakeet Cottage demonstrates the striking effect of matte black, while The Block's Julia and Sasha’s classic main bathroom uses brilliant gold to achieve cohesion in the room.

Andy and Deb’s guest ensuite on The Block not only blew away the judges but also impressed Instagram users, thanks to how they paired striking gold fixtures with beautiful textures and shapes.

  • Wilston by Above Standard Plumbing & Primo Property

  • The Block 2017 Bathroom by Josh & Elyse

Separate zones were in demand

Both with individual wet and dry spaces, these bathrooms are separated only by a pane of glass to maintain an open and inviting feel. This popular trend is coming through in many new Australian bathrooms, offering different experience for the room’s users and allowing multiple users to use at the same time.

Albert Park Project by Alisa & Lysandra, Lisa Cohen Photography

Ticking every single box

Alisa & Lysandra’s Albert Park ensuite delivers ensuite perfection—a welcoming space perfect for two.

The decision to increase natural light with a floor to ceiling feature window balances the space and living tumbled brass taps and fittings support the modern hotel-inspired look.

Featuring an indulgent double shower and the modern silhouette of the LAUFEN Ino basins, this is a bathroom to remember — and one we won’t forget in a hurry!

Looking for more inspiration? We post beautiful bathrooms, advice and trends every day of the week on our Instagram channel. Follow us for more inspiration in 2020.