Imagine yourself immersed in an amazing book while relaxing in a tub filled to the brim with warm water. What does that tub look like? What about the vanity? How’s the lighting? If you’re having a hard time figuring out what that looks like in your mind, don’t worry! These trending bathroom renovation ideas will help you discover exactly what you want your dream bathroom to look like.
If you’re planning on remodelling one of the bathrooms in your home, you may want to consider swapping out your old vanity for a floating one. They make bathrooms feel airy and light and can be constructed using nearly any kind of material.
Floating toilets used to be found only in higher-end homes, but now these lavish-looking loos are being installed everywhere. These super modern toilets create a more sanitary environment by removing unnecessary nooks and crannies that are difficult to clean well.
This new trend is really gaining traction in some of the more recent bathroom remodels. It’s really great for shallow vanities that don’t have a lot of space. They also give a bathroom a unique edge over other remodels.
This trend is very popular among homeowners in the Okanagan right now. A glass shower enclosure that stretches uninterrupted from floor to ceiling gives a bathroom a seamless look. It can also make the bathroom look much bigger than it actually is.
Bathrooms that feature muted tones and natural woods are in high demand. It keeps the bathroom both modern and flexible. It’s basically a blank canvas just waiting for some extra décor pieces to add a little personal flair.
If you love industrial design, this trend is perfect for you. Typically spotted in older homes, exposed piping and hardware is starting to find its way into bathrooms in new homes and remodels. It’s a great way to add a touch of metal to any design.
Sometimes creating a trendy yet unique design involves going against your own natural instincts. That’s what an off-kilter tub will call for. Placing a standalone tub at an angle in the corner of the bathroom instead of squaring it up will add an interesting perspective.
Rectangle mirrors were once commonplace in bathrooms all over North America for a really long time; however, in recent years, homeowners are now opting for mirrors that make a statement. From oval to curvaceous, any shape will do.
Open-concept designs aren’t just for the main floor of the home anymore. More and more homeowners are incorporating this design into their master bathroom renovation projects by knocking down the walls that separate the bathroom and the bedroom. It’s a really freeing experience.
Like these trends? Great! Incorporate some of these instead of the trends found in one of our previous blogs: Home Renovation Trends Best Avoided.
Ready to take the plunge into bathroom upgrades but aren’t sure where to start? The construction management specialists at Rafter 4K Contracting can help you plan and execute every detail. With more than 25 years’ experience, we’ll ensure every step of your renovation runs as smoothly as possible.