Natural materials are trending this year in bathroom design. Wood and bamboo have recently surged in spa-like bathroom designs on trend this year. Earthy materials like natural stone and river rock, are being found not just on floors and walls, but also on vanity tops, sinks and baths, feature walls and bathroom furniture. Plants are showing up a lot in our bathroom plans as well.

Beveled round polished stone sink by Stone Forest

Beveled round polished stone sink by Stone Forest

This room – that starts and ends our day – has become our sanctuary. And we have decided to embrace the majesty of natural materials that offer visual and tactile textures that soothe us while reminding us of our connection with nature. Natural light is an important element of the natural concept. And we see many plans incorporating it as well.

Bring the natural look to your bathroom, by opting for a raw stone sink, a chiseled-marble tub, exposed wood beams or pebble tile flooring. Immerse St. Louis’ showroom is host to many natural bathroom vessels, fixtures and bathroom furniture using elements like copper, jute/concrete, limestone, stone and wood. If your bathroom remodel plans include this trend, join your designer or plumber for a tour of our hands-on showroom first. We can help you find what you envision.

 

 

 

Concrete and jute fiber sink by Native Trails

Concrete and jute fiber sink by Native Trails

 

Bamboo Sink by Stone Forest

Bamboo Sink by Stone Forest

Avalon concrete and jute tub by Native Trails

Avalon concrete and jute tub by Native Trails

Oak and Walnut plank flooring by Waterworks

Oak and Walnut plank flooring by Waterworks

Natural edge wood countertop by Stone Forest

Natural edge wood countertop by Stone Forest

Bamboo mirror by Native Trails

Bamboo mirror by Native Trails

Beveled round polished stone sink by Stone Forest

Beveled round polished stone sink by Stone Forest