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9 Bathroom Remodeling Trends for 2017

Trends tend to change from year-to-year, and interior design is no exception. If you’re considering updating your bathroom next year, here are nine bathroom remodeling trends to consider.

Bathroom Remodeling Trends for 2017

1. Bathrooms That Feel Like Living Spaces

Foremost, homeowners want to begin and end their day in comfort. Create a soothing sanctuary where you can pamper both your body and mind. For this reason, furniture, televisions, and fireplaces are finding their way into bathrooms.

Jimmy Jacobs Custom Homes - Vintage Oaks

2. Smart Storage

Get the most from your available space by taking your bathroom cabinetry vertical. If built-in cabinets aren’t an option, incorporate a piece of furniture you love. Additionally, open shelving, especially when it’s incorporated into a bathroom vanity, is an attractive and practical option.

maple Morel Vintage with knotty alder Chestnut room molding

3. Bidets

Although bidets haven’t been a big item in the United States in the past, now that many high-tech toilets come with the plumbing feature, bidets are slowly rising in popularity.

For example, our expert remodeling team installed the Numi toilet in Contemporary Bathroom Remodel (B-82). Numi by Kohler is the most advanced toilet ever designed.
Contemporary Bathroom Remodel (B-82)

4. Deluxe Showers

Luxury showers will continue to be in high demand in new homes and master bath remodels. For example, features such as spa-like body sprays, water jets, multiple showerheads, and fully enclosed steam showers are becoming more commonplace. Also, built-in benches and soap/shampoo niches are extra special elements.

Locust Street Baths

5. Square Components

A stylish design trend is square shapes. You can incorporate angular elements with your showerheads, bathtub, sink, and faucets. Our team installed square products in Elegant Master Bathroom (B-86).

Bathroom Remodel Completed

6. Ease of Use

The trend to design, build, and remodel for aging in place is leading the way for features such as comfort-height toilets, curbless (AKA no-threshold) showers, floating vanities, and side-mount faucets. Likewise, grab bars are another safety option that will continue to be popular.

Buckinghamshire Full House Refurbishment

7. High-tech upgrades

kohler-moxieMedia and music are becoming standard in the bathroom. For example, wireless speakers, Bluetooth® technology devices, and docking stations are in bathroom mirrors, showerheads, and vanities. If you’re someone who enjoys singing in the shower, then you’re going to love the Moxie showerhead by Kohler. This water-saving showerhead and speaker combo takes multitasking to a whole new level.

8. Freestanding Bathtubs

Built-in bathtubs have been declining in popularity. But for those who don’t want to give up their tubs, freestanding versions are the preferred option. In fact, some people are creating a combination tub/shower wet room.

New West Classic

9. In-Floor Heat and Towel Warmer

Homeowners are incorporating radiant heated floors and towel warmers in their bathroom renovations. Ceramic and porcelain tiles are popular in baths because they’re easy to clean and work well with a floor heating system.

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In conclusion, 2017 will be a very exciting time for bathroom remodeling trends. From spa-like showers to cozy amenities, homeowners will have a lot to choose from for their remodel. Set up an appointment with one of our team members to discuss the features you’d love to have in your dream bathroom. Contact us today.

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4 comments

  • renovco March 1, 2017   Reply →

    Thanks for the article. These ideas are really unique and definitely can be called as an idea of 2017. I will recommend this to http://www.renovco.com, I am about to take services from this.

  • eMoov March 16, 2017   Reply →

    These bathroom trends are dream design for many home owners. The ease to use and Deluxe Showers designs are the best. But these designs will surely cost a lot in terms of budget.

  • Leviticus Bennett March 28, 2017   Reply →

    I love the freestanding bathtub trend that you mentioned. I’m hoping to renovate my home soon and would love to put a tub like that in my master bathroom. I think it will look great under the chandelier that I bought for my bathroom.

  • Tina August 24, 2017   Reply →

    Our guest bath is very small and I have the same look going on as the one under “darker colors” and I love it!

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