Bathroom Remodeling Trends You Don’t Want to Pass Up!
Bathroom remodeling is a perfect project for the colder months when other renovations have to be put on hold. Choosing which trends to invest in is a hard decision when there are so many ideas that will bring your bathroom to the next level. In terms of affordability and adding value to your home, think about some of these popular updates that are sure to stick around for years to come.
Multiple shower heads
One shower head just isn’t enough anymore. His and her shower heads and shower heads that spray from all sorts of angles are trending now. They look like something out of a space age movie, but feel like a massage. Reaching those hard to reach spots has never been so easy. Having two adjacent shower heads is another way for couples to spend time together without getting in a bubble bath. Some showers also feature rain-like water falling from above or aromatherapy and steam to take a bathing experience to the next level.
Eco friendly fixtures
Low flow sinks, toilets, and showers save energy and money, with little to no change in water pressure. Going green in the bathroom is a great way to add value to your home in an affordable way and save the environment.
Floor heating systems
A floor heating system is more cost-effective than you would think. If your bathroom has a tile floor, a heating system can be invaluable. It is a practical and luxurious addition that will enhance any bathroom space.
Unique light fixtures
Including a chandelier or dimmable lights near the tub can easily change the atmosphere of a bathroom. Lighting can add elegance and charm to a small bathroom and highlight space in a large bathroom. Consider the bulbs and the way a fixture casts light on skin tones to find the best bathroom lighting for your space.
Televisions, stereos, LED lights, and remote controlled fireplaces are all trending in bathrooms. With these additions, you may never want to leave the tub again!
Sinks come in a variety of designs now. Some drop into a counter space seamlessly. Others sit on top like an old-fashioned basin. Each style provides a different feel to a bathroom space, and depending on your counter space needs, one style may be better than another. Pedestal and wall-hanging sinks work great in small spaces. Add a motion sensor faucet, and you’ve got style and functionality in your sink space.
Frame the mirror, not the shower
Framing your bathroom mirror completes the look by adding an extra layer of definition. Showers that are frameless allow more light into the shower space and highlight any stone or tile work in the shower area itself. Consider doing away with the tub completely and adding a bench to the shower area.
Use bold colors in a powder room to make the space pop. Mix textures and patterns to give the area a unique feel. Also try using one large statement piece like a sink with a small framed mirror to provide a mix of definition and make a statement.
If you are in need of some assistance with your bathroom remodeling project, call the experts at R.H. Homes, LTD. today and get the bathroom of your dreams!