The Bathroom Trends of 2019
A great way to upgrade your home is remodeling your bathroom. While it can be viewed as a more functional room, you can build your bathroom into the spa-oasis you’ve always wanted. Whether it be a different layout with a soaking tub, or a new fixtures, remodeling your bathroom is a great way to add value to your home, as well as a new look. Here are a few trends we found for bathroom remodeling in 2019.
- Statement Tiles or Mirrors – One trend that is popular for this year to is have either one wall with colorful tiles, against the neutral colors of the bathroom, or installing a large mirror. Not only will this add depth to your bathroom, but the mirror will also make the room appear larger.
- Exposed Hardware – Exposing the hardware that uses metals like brass, pewter, or the traditional steel/silver helps you add an extra, unique element to your bathroom. Also, it might end up being a little cheaper to replace the hardware than redoing an entire wall.
- Natural Lighting – Vanities are a typical part of a bathroom. Instead of using lighting, that may end up being too yellow or too blue, people are steering more towards setting up their vanities in front of a big window. Natural lighting is the most flattering for anybody.
- Neutral Colors – This trend isn’t really new, as it’s been an ongoing theme for years. However, we chose to include it because everyone loves neutrals. Having neutral colors in your bathroom makes it easy for decorating. It’s extremely versatile no matter if you add a new piece of artwork, or if you change out your towels for the season.
- Floor to Ceiling Tile – No matter how much you try to keep the bathroom clean and tidy there’s a pretty good chance you’ll end up making some sort of mess with the water. The trend for 2019 is to have floor-to-ceiling tiling, so when the water gets on the floor it runs right to a drain. It also ends up being a little cheaper because you don’t have to worry about extra materials.
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