If you’re considering a bathroom renovation whether it be a full remodel or just minor changes, you may want to read up on the latest bathroom trends that will keep you looking fresh and up-to-date.
Stand Alone Bathtub
If you want to maintain a classic look in your bathroom that won't go out of style, a stand-alone tub with claw feet will keep the traditional look. Although they appear to have an expensive look, both stand-alone bathtubs will increase your home's value as well as retain its value.
His and Hers Sinks and Mirrors
An extremely practical and popular approach option in many bathrooms is a double vanity and sink. This allows two people to get ready at the same time and all within your own space. This gives each person room to get ready without rushing the other.
Heated Bathroom Floors
A common problem especially in the Winter months is having to step on the cold tile flooring. Although heated floor technology has been around for centuries, this trend has now become essential in many bathrooms somewhat like heated seats in your vehicle. It is a modern convenience that once you have it, couldn’t imagine life without. And of course, this comes with a remote to control the thermostat and a timer to choose when you want to feel the heat.
Waterfall Showers and Colored Light Accents
Who doesn’t love a long hot shower? To make this relaxing experience one step further, waterfall showers can take this luxury to the next level. Pair this with matching accent lights to give the actual appearance of a natural waterfall. Showerheads also offer many spray options as well.
Enclosed or Hidden Toilets
A simple and much-appreciated design trend has to do with the good old commode. Hidden or enclosed toilets that are separated by either a sliding door or wall offer much more privacy than those in the open. This also allows for the usability of the other bathroom area.
At Paul Anthony Homes, we offer all of the latest trends in luxury bathrooms for your custom home build. Give us a call at 586-786-7508 or visit us on our contact form to discuss plans to put your dream home in motion.