Bathroom Remodeling Trends
With bathroom remodels occurring so frequently, there are always new, exciting trends to take note of. Here are just a few bathroom remodeling trends that are worth considering if your dream bathroom is in the works.
A floating vanity is a modern and attractive addition to any bathroom. They come in either single or double sink designs. This type of vanity hangs from the wall and is a good idea if you are trying to make your bathroom look less cluttered.
Tiled showers, especially those with thin, dark grout lines are both practical and appealing. Thinner, darker grout lines make cleaning less of a hassle as hard to remove stains blend easily. Tiled showers have a much more welcoming appearance than the typical white porcelain or fiberglass look in most bathrooms. This option is also so easy to customize, as tile comes in so many colors and sizes, and you have the option of adding decorative glass or stone accents.
Vessel sinks sit on top of the bathroom counter unlike typical under-mounted sinks. They come in a variety of styles, materials, and colors, so personalizing your bathroom is simple. Vessel sinks are affordable, and add some extra counter space as they take up less room than the ordinary sink.
Showers with more than one showerhead add a luxurious feel and are perfect for master bathrooms if you want a spa-like environment.
Frameless Glass Shower Doors
Frameless glass shower doors are one of the best alternatives to a curtain or framed door. They look much more sleek and modern and a frameless glass shower door is diverse, complimenting almost any bathroom style.
Oil Rubbed Bronze Plumbing Fixtures
Plumbing fixtures can either be subtle and hardly noticeable, or make a statement. Oil rubbed bronze is a finish that definitely stands out and adds unique flare to any bathroom remodel.
Built-In Shower Shelving and Tile Niches
Stuffing shampoo and soap bottles into metal or plastic shower shelving is impractical. Built-in shower shelving and tile niches are convenient and much better looking ways to store your bathing necessities. They can be left simple, or include intricate tile designs. Either way, this addition is a must-have for a bathroom remodel.
Showers Without Doors
Showers with no doors or curtains at all, and instead cleverly placed tile pony walls, are unique and much easier to maintain than glass shower doors. They remain finger-print free and add an almost rustic charm.
Clawfoot or Freestanding Tubs
When a clawfoot tub is installed, it immediately becomes the elegant vintage centerpiece of the bathroom. They are easy to install, comfortable to lounge in, and timeless. If you do, however want to go for a more modern approach, freestanding tubs are much simpler but still maintain a similar luxurious look and feel.
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