4 Bathroom Features That Are Gaining Popularity

| April 23, 2019 | Comments (0)

When looking at bathroom renovation options, knowing what is gaining ground in the market can be good for increasing the market value of your home as well as add functional beauty. Sometimes, doing a little research into modern bathroom features can give you ideas for renovations that you didn’t even know you could do. Here are just a few of the more popular features that you can consider for your next bathroom renovation project.

The Futuristic Bathroom

With the wave of smartphones, smart refrigerators, and smart cars it was only a matter of time before we’d get a smart bathroom. These days you can invest in some cool technology that will make you never want to leave your bathroom. In the past few years, high-tech toilets have been making their rounds into people’s homes. These toilets came with everything from seat warmers to automatic lid openers. Now we have moved a step above that. There are automated showers that can be ready for you at the perfect temperature when you arrive home from work. You can also get voice-activated features to help you set the perfect temperature and lighting, built in blue-tooth speakers, and talking smart mirrors.

 

Black is Back

This year, black has become the new gray when it comes to bathroom design. While gray was the go-to color theme over the past few years, dark and bold colors are the current trend. This color scheme is most popular in vanities, mirrors, and light fixtures and offers a splash of boldness to the overall theme and draw the attention of the eye. Glazier specialists offer various styles and designs of modern mirrors, tinted glass splash backs, and shower screens that can highlight the black themed bathroom in your home.

 

Industrial Style

The industrial styled bathroom has been making a big hit when it comes to bathroom renovation. There are various types of industrial styled sinks and vanities that will give any bathroom a trendy and urbanized feel. Brushed chrome tubs, marble slab countertops, and porcelain tile are all common materials and styles used in the soft industrial style used by many bathroom designers today. Another part of this unique style is the open concept design, featuring walk-in showers to create a greater feeling of space and accessibility within modern bathrooms.

 

Get Creative with Mirrors

Modern mirrors have gone two different directions, one being the standard rectangle set to perfectly fit the size of the sink from end to end, the other being customized shapes made to work as a separate work of art. The unique geometric mirror shape is rapidly becoming a hot new trend in bathrooms. Glazier specialists can cut a mirror to your specific requirements, whether it be custom cut rectangles for your sink or wild designs to add flair to the space. The only limit is your imagination. You can also get mirrors with smart touch abilities, anti-fog technology, and even USB charging stations.

 

These are just four of the newest bathroom trends that are gaining in popularity. As the bathroom is one of the most-used rooms in the house, it’s important that you take the time to consider the design that will suit your lifestyle. Upgrade the room where you start and end your day by looking at the latest design trends for brilliant renovation ideas.

 

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Meghan Belnap is a freelance writer who enjoys spending time with her family. She loves being in the outdoors and exploring new opportunities whenever they arise. Meghan finds happiness in researching new topics that help to expand her horizons. You can often find her buried in a good book or out looking for an adventure. You can connect with her on Facebook right here and Twitter right here.

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