For most people, their bathroom is a sanctuary. It is not just a place to remove grime or grit, it is your personal day spa. It is a retreat, in essence, a place you go to relieve the stress of the day and relax. So when you’re determining to remodel your bathroom, you are not just thinking about practical bathing. You are wanting to create a space where you can get away to be with yourself. Every fine detail should exude elegance while meeting the needs for bathing.
Whether you building or constructing a new home or just remodeling your bathroom, here are some trends you will find resourceful for inspiration.
Small Space More Efficiency
There is a secret to making a small bathroom not seem overly cramped. You have to be effective with the real estate you’re given. Every square inch has to demonstrate a purpose. You definitely will see freestanding tubs start to gain popularity. Coupled with smaller but more artfully designed toilets and unique sinks made of stone, or natural elements.
High Tech Toilets
The Japanese are always on the cutting edge of innovation and seem to push the envelope regarding high-tech toilets. These toilets include seat warmers, lid openers/ closers, and built-in bidet options. Some features have wireless music features as well.
Brass & Gold Fixtures
Totally erase the memory of your grandmother’s bathroom with the gold or brass faucet, because the warm-tone gold plumbing is your new way to go. The right tone gives a certain depth, dimension, and luxury.
Your bathroom countertop is usually comprised of a cabinet, countertop, faucet, and supporting hardware. Secondly, we have the mirrors and, of course, lighting. And these two items alone are essential to a room with good space and overall function. Being strategic about where to place lighting can save a lot of space! Your various lighting options will help improve lighting for makeup application and create a bathroom with better aesthetics.
Floor Heating and Under Counter Appliances
Have you ever bought a pair of house slippers and walked across your bathroom floor just to experience a slight chill? Then installing a heating system under your flooring might be a sound investment. When the temperatures outside become sub-arctic, the heating system is designed to produce heat and reduce noise levels and possible allergic reactions since there are no air currents that are subject to dust.