Colour Trend: Softly Sage

As 'Neo-Mint' is said to be the colour of the year 2020 we are seeing all shades of green taking to the interiors world.

The bathroom is the perfect place for this hue as it oozes relaxation and serenity, take a look at some of the ways to bring this colour trend in your home...

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A darker take on the trend, we love the unique nature of these tiles! Speak to a designer in your local showroom to create a beautiful bathroom design that incorporates these tiles.

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Channel this soft shade through a statement basin and to create contrast, opt for matt black brassware which is a big hit at the moment. This look will work perfectly for a small downstairs bathroom or cloakroom, really impress your guests. 

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Use this shade in a small or big way - try these mosaic penny tiles behind the basin or create a soft green wet-room space by placing these floor to ceiling, you'll feel lovely and cocooned when you step into the room when you go for one choice of tile.

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Ripples designer, Jo Sangster, brought a fresh feel to @emmarosestyle’s ensuite bathroom using two tones on the tiles and furniture. Check out these Spitalfields tiles on our Ripples Radar and pop into a showroom to speak to a designer like Jo to create your own bespoke furniture to fit your bathroom, ensuite or cloakroom.

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Opt for a minimal white bath with clean lines and floor-standing mixer to create a spa-like space that’s clutter free.

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Concrete basins remain popular but try the look in a curved shape to compliment this natural, calming shade. Speak to a showroom today to find out if they have a concrete basin on display and get a feel for this stunning product.

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