Bathrooms are arguably one of the most important rooms in a home, and since you spend a good part of your day in there, why not spruce things up a bit and jump on board with some of these latest bathroom renovation trends. We guarantee you’ll want at least one of these new trends in your bathroom; you can thank us later.
- Creative Storage: Smart and useful storage is something that will never go out of style. But now designers are starting to get even more creative when building new storage structures in bathrooms. Gone are the days of pedestal sinks – instead sinks are being built into vintage cabinet pieces for a homey look that is both practical and stylish. If that’s not quite the look you’re going for, a trendy open-shelving aesthetic is equally as useful and gives a more modern look.
- Convenience is Key: Newer design schemes including comfort-height toilets and no-threshold showers are finding their way into the new norm with custom bathroom renovations. A cool new trend that is both fashionable and functional is a bath tub/shower wet room in lieu of a built-in tub. Additionally, making your design ADA compliant can increase your potential resale value, while also giving your room a unique look.
- Three-Dimensional Tile: What goes around, comes around, and that’s true in design as well. The use of three-dimensional tile is a “new” (again) look that gives a unique and funky vibe while paying homage to the 60s and 70s but in a current way. There are so many choices out there that you can really customize your look for a bathroom design that no one else has.
- Technology and Screen Time: Bringing electronics into the bathroom has become more normal these days whether its for pleasure or practicality. Bluetooth wireless speakers, charging ports, and docking stations are being incorporated into vanities and mirrors, and even shower heads. You can even bring a tv into the bathroom or mount it into the shower. What a time to be alive!
- Pet-Friendly Spaces: People treat their pets as members of the family these days, so why not have a design feature that can be used by your pets as well? Adding in a extra waist-high hand held spray nozzle allows for giving your pup a quick bath instead of having to cart them to the groomer or use the hose outside. Designers are also being asked to create spaces for built-in litter boxes and food bowl areas. What will they think of next?