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The Top Hot Trends in Bathroom Remodeling

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From DIYNetwork.com

Earlier, we covered the top trends in kitchen remodeling and how you can use them to transform one of the most important rooms in the home.

Now, we’ll cover trends for another key room: the bathroom. Strong bathrooms add so much to a home. It’s one of the rooms in a home you want to feel supremely comfortable in, which is why homeowners go through great lengths with bathroom remodeling.

Here are a few key bathroom remodeling trends you can take advantage of for your next project.

Glass Tile and Subway Tile

The surface of your walls is often the first thing that’s noticed in a bathroom.

Two key trends involve covering your bathroom with glass tile and subway tile. Glass tile gives off a special look that works well with a variety of counter surfaces and with a variety of fixtures, while subway tile creates a nice, vintage or retro-style look that works beautifully with bright nickel fixtures.

Glass tile works especially well in an eye-catching mosaic.

Bold Colors

The all-time classic look for a bathroom is all white. That is no longer the case in many homes that are now turning to bold colors.

Don’t be afraid to make your walls stand out with a vivid color. Or, if you don’t want to get away from the monochromatic look, try adding bright splashes of color that really pop.

Designer Lighting

Few things spruce up a bathroom and make it classy and elegant like designer lighting.

Designer lighting – whether it’s around the mirror above the sink or above the tub – can provide an elegant touch, and can turn a boring old space into something extravagant.

All-Glass Showers

Finally, a big trend is to have a stand-up glass shower with minimal framing, so that there’s an illusion of more space and openness. The all-glass look goes well with virtually any theme or style, and it is easier to deal with (and often more attractive) than a liner-curtain ensemble.

Contact us if you have any questions about your next bathroom remodeling project.