Unique Bathroom Fixtures for your Remodel

March 31, 2017

Are you looking to remodel your bathroom this year? The 2017 bathroom trends are all about practicality and making your life more streamlined and simple. Here are some unique, yet functional, features to consider including in your bathroom remodel.

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Towel Storage: Extra Wall Hooks, Open Shelving, etc.

Extra shelving, hooks and cubby spaces are on the top of nearly every homeowners’ remodelling list. By creating designated spaces for towels, toiletries, and other bathroom necessities, homeowners are enjoying a more organized, clutter-free and functional space. Open shelving is particularly popular, creating a clean and organized look while keeping the bathroom open and feeling spacious. When planning a remodel, consider built-in shelving, or look into open vanities for a modern and functional bathroom.

Morning Coffee?

A more recent trend in bathroom remodeling is creating a designated space for a coffee station. Why wait until after you’ve showered and dressed to get your early morning caffeine fix? Creating a coffee station gives you everything you need to start your day off right, and can be as simple or as extravagant as you wish. When planning your remodel, talk to your contractor about creating some extra counter space to hold your coffee maker, mugs, etc.

Lose the Eyesore

Hate those plastic shower floor mats and cling on texture spots? At one time, those ugly mats were a necessary evil, but not anymore. When renovating your shower, choose specialty tile or other textured flooring to prevent slips without the eyesore. Whether you choose tile, natural stone, or sandblasted fiberglass, a textured floor will keep you safe while adding to the aesthetic of your bathroom.

Trash Can Pull-Out Drawer

One very functional addition many homeowners are adding to their bathrooms when remodeling is a trash can pull-out drawer. Inevitably, you will generate trash in your bathroom, and most bathroom trash cans are too small and unattractive. By adding a pull out drawer to your vanity during a remodel, you can install a larger, more useful trash can, without taking away from the look of your bathroom.

At Bath Doctor, we are experts in our field and love what we do. We work hard to stay up to date on current trends and strive to provide the most functional designs for our customers. If you are considering a bathroom remodel in 2017, give us a call today to discuss what options we offer!

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