2019 Bathroom Design Trends
Bathrooms are more and more being designed for luxury instead of just function. It’s no longer merely the quantity of bathrooms in a home that are providing ROI, but the quality and design. Homeowners are looking to fulfill the big three in their bathroom renovation (improved quality of life, increased energy efficiency, higher resale value) and here are some ways they might do that with 5 bathroom design trends for 2019.
Sleek Darker Toned Bathrooms
Shiny black features are a very popular bathroom design trend for 2019. The look is not only modern, it also gives off the allure of a professional spa. Darker bathrooms don’t have the natural light and reflection that a neutral palette would, but black commodes are easier to keep clean and maintain. Black, or at least dark, tones are popular for shower tile, vanities, and even appliances.
Renovating for Space
Would it be feasible to sacrifice bedroom space to make a bathroom bigger? More and more homeowners are realizing that a spacious bathroom is a much more appealing feature compared to a bedroom that guests rarely see. Knocking out a wall for more square footage or just renovating with the space you currently have is a project that some homeowners choose to do.
Doing More With Tiles
Ceramic is no longer a go-to choice when renovating a bathroom. That being said, the things that are being done with modern tile manufacturing methods are amazing. Whether you’re talking about an elegant shower, a contrasting backsplash, or a full accent wall, it’s important to look into the possibilities that new tiling can offer. A popular bathroom renovation is installing luxury vinyl tile flooring specifically with a wood look and texture. This product gives the durability of tile, but with the appeal of wood.
Expanding Tech Into the Bathroom
It goes without saying that nearly every home renovation trend moving forward is going to have at least some sort of technology correlation. That’s true even with the bathroom. Low flow toilets have been around for awhile now but they are just the first phase. In high-end hotels or remodels, you may see washrooms with touch screen mirrors that can provide you with news, Vikings scores, weather, stock reports, e-mails, etc while you get ready for work. Heated towel racks, color changing lights, touch free toilets, and shower speakers are just some of the high-tech features that some homeowners might integrate into a restroom.
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