Having an upgraded bathroom can transform make a home feel like your own personal spa – and it’s a huge plus when it comes to resale. Who doesn’t love upscale features? Bathroom demolition and remodeling is a hard task to do by yourself. Lucky for you, Legacy Bath and Kitchen knows everything there is to know about trending bathroom styles. So what’s in right now?
A contemporary bathroom style is very minimalistic and usually embraces the latest technology. It represents a futuristic design approach with geometric patterns, clean lines and hard angles. This style is best used in small bathrooms due to its sleek and simple style. Think of the appliances and features of bathrooms from your favorite sci-fi movie of the past. Chances are that gives you a feel for this style. Contemporary design is often confused with modern design. It may have some of the same influences or styles, but it is more of an up-to-date design.
A modern bathroom style also has a simple, clean, minimalistic look and feel. Mid-century furniture, patterns and minimal colors describe the modern style perfectly. Having a focal point in the center or corner of your bathroom, usually a piece of furniture, will give it the modern look you’re going for. A staple in any modern-style bathroom would be a freestanding bathtub. They are all the rage in 2020 and exude a sense of luxury that built-in tubs will never have. Since they are normally higher up from the floor, it allows for an easy cleanup in the tub and everywhere around it. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, they are also known to be more comfortable than a normal bathtub.
An art nouveau style emphasizes lots of colors and surface embellishments. It originated around World War I and went throughout World War II. Lots of wallpaper and funky mirrors of all colors are involved in this style. This is definitely meant for those of you who are very artistic and enjoy colorful patterns!
Are you not ready to remodel your bathroom but want a different vibe? There are plenty of ways to change how your bathroom feels without having to demolish the bones of the bathroom. Simply adding greenery to the bathroom with help give it an indoor-outdoor feel. Greenery will look great in the shower, next to the sink or in the windowsill.