Funnily enough, the “trend” I’m about to speak to is one that I predicted way back in 2016 (here!), and I’m pleased to say that it continues to reign queen five entire years later, which is basically a lifetime in the interior design world. This leads me to believe that not only does it look beautiful presently, but it will continue to do so for years to come.
You might be wondering what I’m referring to, and today I’m here to talk to you about matte black fixtures.
pictured: the Studio S pull down faucet in matte black
I love that they add a hint of modernity and masculinity to a space, but they’ve also proven themselves to be a mainstay in the design world going forward. Classic and timeless are the name of my game, and I’m happy to say that this trend is here to stay.
A brand that’s currently nailing the look like no other is American Standard. I actually specified their Studio S collection in a number of bathrooms in my Eastbourne project (I have a highlight real for that project on Instagram right here, if you’re curious!) and I’m beyond thrilled with how it came together both in form and function. The clean, contemporary, elegant lines of this line in particular work beautifully in a modern space, yet they also complement and add dimension to a slightly more traditional palette – a combination that I, personally, can’t get enough of.
They carry a full suite of products for all of your kitchen and bathroom needs that are easy to install and co-ordinate beautifully, eliminating any second guessing and ensuring you have one less thing to worry about when it comes to your renovation.
Here’s how I’d incorporate this look into a space of my own:
Soaking Tub | Faucet | Shower Kit | Mirror | Basket | Incense | Brass Shelf | Decorative Ladder | Sea Salt Candle | Hand Soap | Shower Curtain | Soap on a Roap | Marble Heringbone Tile | Wall Sconce | Waffle Robe
If you’re looking to add matte black fixtures into your own renovation, here are a few takeaways to ensure your space will remain timeless for years to come:
Pictured: Studio S Bathtub and Shower Trim Kit in matte black. A great example of a modern shower trim paired with a timeless herringbone tile layout.
I can’t get enough of this look
I hope that this post has inspired your 2021 DIY bathroom and/or kitchen renovation. I look forward to seeing how you manage to uniquely incorporate these 2021 trends into your space!
Thank you to American Standard for partnering with me on this post. And thank YOU for supporting the brands that allow me to continue to do what I do. It truly means the world.
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Modern fashion trends in the interior can be harmonious. Plumbing elements in black are immediately striking. Natural stone, warm fabrics and soft lines in every piece. Lightness and simplicity in every detail.