Next to the kitchen, the bathroom is the most exciting place to be when it comes to remodeling in 2017. Check out some of our favorite trends to consider for your bathroom remodel.
There’s nothing more frustrating than running out of storage in your bathroom for the items you use every day. With plenty of built-in cabinets, open shelving, or a statement piece like a gorgeous wardrobe, you can create a well-stocked space that’s a joy to use.
There’s a reason many all-inclusive, exclusive vacation resorts decorate using Mediterranean trends. The shine of metallics plus the beautiful earth tones of terracotta evoke a feeling of lush elegance and extravagance. Updating the backspash behind the counters or using it in the shower or tub area can help you bring the trend into your space.
And in the other direction, using white in a bathroom never goes out of style, and with modern throwbacks like subway tiles with dark grout, you can create a bathroom that feels both warm and inviting as well as upscale.
Standalone tubs are taking the place of the old built-in jacuzzis put in by many builders in the past couple of decades. Standalone soaker tubs offer a much wider range of aesthetics and accessibility, which almost guarantees you’ll make better use of it than before. Similarly, no-threshold showers look fantastic, are easier to clean, and make it easier for folks with mobility problems to get in and out.
There’s not much that can’t be improved with the right soundtrack, and the bathroom is no exception. Showerheads, mirrors and vanities can now be custom-designed with built-in wireless speakers, and docking stations for bluetooth speakers or places for devices like the Amazon Echo and Google Home are becoming commonplace.
Bathroom Remodeling by CKBR
Whether you’re looking for some small upgrades like new wallpaper or a complete remodel for your guest or master bathroom, CKBR can help. Our design specialists will help you find a plan that creates a space you love within your budget. For a free, in-home consultation, give us a call today at 602-438-6638, or visit us on the web for more information.