In the bathroom remodeling space, there are several current trends, including:
Spa-Like Retreats: Many homeowners are transforming their bathrooms into spa-like retreats by adding features custom showers with benches, steam showers, heated floors, and ample storage for toiletries.
Storage Options: Open shelving units and floating vanities are gaining popularity as well as in-wall niches as they offer both functionality and aesthetics eliminating the need for bulky shower caddies or shelves. In addition, by choosing decorative tiles or contrasting colors, niches can become attractive focal points.
Neutral Color Palettes: Many homeowners are opting for neutral color schemes in their bathrooms, using shades of gray, beige, or white to create a timeless and elegant look.
Statement Tiles: Bold and unique tile designs are making a comeback, however. Geometric patterns, mosaic tiles, and large-format tiles with intricate designs are being used as focal points in bathroom remodels.
Natural Materials: Incorporating materials like wood, cork, marble, and granite into bathroom designs is a popular trend, adding a touch of sophistication and sustainability.
Smart Technology: bathrooms are becoming increasingly “smarter” and energy-efficient by adding features like touchless faucets, LED mirrors, smart toilet seats, app-controlled heated floors, and programmable shower systems.
Freestanding Tubs: a true statement piece in bathrooms, freestanding tubs can come in various styles and materials, adding a touch of luxury to the space.
Frameless Shower Enclosures: Providing a sleek and minimalist look, frameless glass shower enclosures are a popular choice for modern bathroom designs.
Accessibility Features: With an aging population, there's a growing demand for bathroom designs that incorporate accessibility features like curbless showers, grab bars, and wider doorways.