5 Bathroom Remodeling Trends You’ll Love

May 22, 2019

Our winter hibernation is officially over and we can finally get motivated to start our yearly home improvement projects. Giving your bathroom a renovation can be just what your home needs to give it a more refreshed and vibrant feel! Before you hire a remodeling service, check out these popular bathroom remodeling trends and find a design that will work best in your home.

Floors: Neutral Wood

Though not optimal for the kids’ bathroom, wood flooring is a popular choice for a cozy and spa-like bathroom setting. The wood is neutral without being dull, and a white washtub against the warm tone of a wood floor is truly a magnificent sight.

Tiling: Go Terrazzo

Ceramic tile is the age-old classic for bathrooms all over the world. Over the years, tile has become more flexible by providing options in different colors, shapes, patterns, and even embossing. The latest trend, however, is Terrazzo. Terrazzo is an Italian-style composite material that consists of quartz, marble, and other suitable materials with an infinite number of color variations. It’s perfect for shower floors and walls since it’s very resistant to water.

Functionality: Open Showers

Gaining huge popularity as of late is the open shower and bath design. Designating a specific area of the bathroom for washing, homeowners section off the bath and/or shower with a half-wall of glass or stone. This gives the bathing space a more private feel, and if you opt to use clear glass to separate this area from the rest of the room, it helps keep the bathroom from feeling too crowded.

Cabinetry: Simple Storage

Many of us tend to clutter our bathrooms with too many toiletries and unnecessary bath products. Keep with the spring cleaning tradition by not only removing all unused items from counters and cabinets but also minimizing bathroom storage in your remodel. This will allow you to either upgrade to larger plumbing fixtures or delight in the additional space the room will gain.

Fixtures & Accessories: Asymmetry Wins

Move away from monotony and design your new bathroom with a more asymmetric look. By picking alternating shapes for bathroom necessities like mirrors, sinks, light fixtures, and rugs, you can give the space a gorgeously modern and sleek look.

Working with a professional is a no-brainer when it comes to home remodeling! Bath Doctor is a reputable bathroom remodeling company in Maryland dedicated to handling your remodels from design to construction to help your dream home come to life. Contact us today for more information!

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