"A/W15" (Autumn/Winter 2015) is often a term that is used when talking about fashion and the catwalk, this might surprise a few of you but it also applies to the world of bathrooms! It is not just your wardrobe that can do with a revamp during these colder months.

But as with fashion there are many different interior trends that you could follow to create the perfect A/W bathroom style. Here are a few of our favourite trends that are so simple to update your space with.

Traditional twist

Traditional bathrooms with a twist are high up on our list of A/W15 trends. Period style bathrooms create a timeless look, but by combining traditional with modern elements and surprising detail you can really help to take your bathroom style to the next level.

Make your taps and shower heads the centrepiece of your bathroom to really embrace this style.

Regency suite

Coloured grout

Coloured grout is another trend that we are loving here at VictoriaPlum.com HQ. It is such a simple way to change the whole look of your bathroom. Although bright coloured grout looks amazing, a simple grey can really help to make your tiles stand out and create a feature in any bathroom.

Colour blocking

Having a bold coloured feature wall has been around for a while, but we are starting to see people create blocks of colour with their floor and wall tiles - and we think it is amazing. Release your inner-interior designer by using coloured tiles and update your bathroom without having to change your whole suite.

[Glass canary tile ]

Fancy function

We all need a bit of function in our bathrooms, but this trend reminds us that it doesn't have to be boring and that we can combine function with style. Adding those little fancy flourishes in your bathroom is a great way to inject some personality into a typically bland room.

We think these textured wall tiles are a great way to transform your bathroom with a touch of fancy!

[Studio Conran hartland plum pressed mosaic tile]

Be winter winner

Find out how to get your home ready for winter with our latest blog post.