Renovating a bathroom can be a lot of fun and very stressful. In order to avoid the stress a clear plan is extremely helpful. In order to help you out we found this article with the biggest trends in bathrooms. We hope it helps you design your dream bathroom!
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From the article:
The most popular of all bathroom photos uploaded to Houzz this year covered a wide range of styles, from sleek minimalist looks to rooms packed with farmhouse-inspired details. Even with all the variety, certain elements appeared again and again. Among them: compact spaces with the latest smart storage solutions, frameless glass shower surrounds, larger shower stalls in place of tub-shower combos, floating and furniture-like vanities, warm metal fixtures and floor-to-ceiling tile. See for yourself in the 20 most popular new bathrooms of 2017 (in reverse order), as measured by how many people saved them to their ideabooks this year.
Many homeowners are opting for the convenience of hidden outlets in drawers, whether for charging stations, electric shavers or hair appliances like you see here.
Notable detail: They painted the inside of the drawers to match the outside.
Once they got it home, these homeowners realized the contemporary styling of the vanity they’d bought at the big-box store didn’t suit them. So they put in some elbow grease, applying a glaze and changing out the hardware to suit their bathroom’s farmhouse-inspired style. Small changes like these provide an inexpensive and easy way to make your bathroom new to you when a full renovation is not within your budget, or when you need to save some dollars within a renovation budget.
Notable detail: The floor tiles are porcelain but they resemble hardwood.
Wood accents, shiplap walls, a sliding barn door and Shaker-style cabinetry all bring farmhouse-style warmth to this transitional bath.
Notable detail: The mirrored sliding barn door helps bounce light around this space. The vanity mirrors, knee-wall top and tub shelf all pick up on the wood in this piece.
When you don’t have room for a separate water closet, there are still some ways to adjust the layout to divide your space. Here the pony wall between the shower stall and the toilet creates a more private area and a good spot to install the toilet paper roll.
Notable detail: Repeating the floor tile in the shower niche.
Well, it seems the No. 1 thing people were looking for this year was savvy storage solutions for all of that bathroom stuff.
These tall, narrow pull-out cabinets make the most of the space and are conveniently located next to the vanity.
Notable detail: There’s even a makeup mirror inside for those moments when the homeowner doesn’t want to have to lean over the counter for a close-up.
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Read the entire article here: https://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/97066661/list/trending-now-the-20-most-popular-new-bathrooms-of-2017