What’s on your wish list for Christmas? What about any promises and resolutions you’ve decided on for the upcoming new year? If you would like to remodel your bathroom, you are in luck. Here are four great bathroom design trends to give you some inspiration!
Using Matte Black
You might not think that using matte black could breathe new life into your bathroom. Or did you? If you did, we applaud your forward-thinking ways. Including matte black fixtures into your redone bathroom can provide excellent contrast with other parts of the room that remain the traditional white or gray. Although this concept was realized by a fashion designer named Jason Wu, his ideas have caught on, capturing the imagination of major manufacturers such as Moen, Delta, and Rohl.
No matter what size your new bathroom will be, intricate tiles can spruce up your bathroom design. By using different stones and various shapes, you can transform the floor tiles of your bathroom from something plain to something breathtaking.
Use of Backlighting
Lighting is always a tricky part of any bathroom design. Why not try using the technique known as backlighting? This fascinating idea will increase the amount of light in your bathroom. It’ll also be unobtrusive since the lights will attach to your mirrors. Make your new bathroom a warm and cozy space for some time to relax, unwind, and indulge yourself.
Simple Bathroom Designs
Sometimes, keeping it simple is best. One of the most intriguing bathroom design trends as 2018 winds down is the move towards minimalist designs. You’ll have much more space and openness in your bathroom, along with a delightfully contemporary look free of distracting clutter. Flattened surface areas and detached, floating cabinets are other ideas to consider including in your remodeled bathroom.
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