The design of your bathroom, your own personal sanctuary, is completely up to you. However, there are some advantages that come with keeping up with bathroom design trends. Design trends are more than just a reflection of people’s ever-changing preferences; they’re reflective of the shift in their needs. And as such, these trends can help improve the functionality and ambiance in your bathroom.
Gaspard Construction, one of the top deck contractors in the state, lists the biggest bathroom design trends of this year below.
Something as simple as setting a standalone tub at an angle can make a big difference in the amount of space in your bathroom. This trend is particularly suited for crowded bathrooms that veer toward the minimalist trend. The differently angled bathtub also gives a dynamic quality to an otherwise uniform bathroom.
Invisible Shower Walls
Invisible shower walls comprise another trend that’s suited for minimalist or zen-inspired bathrooms. These shower walls help highlight the ample space these types of bathrooms have, making them seem more open and well-lit than they actually are.
For those who don’t mind a more encompassing bathroom remodeling project, wet rooms are a good choice. The floor and walls of an awkward-shaped room are lined with penny round tiles, transforming what may have been a suffocating enclosure to a spa-like space.
Minimalist trends aren’t known for their luxurious feel, but there’s a way to add just a hint of luxury to a simple bathroom. When paired with marble, buttery brass can give just the right amount of glamour to your bathroom, enough to convey that luxurious feel but not so much to overwhelm the senses.
However, not all of these design trends are suitable for all bathrooms. Luckily, a bathroom remodeler can help you choose one that’s perfect for your bathroom. Gaspard Construction is a locally owned bathroom and kitchen remodeling company with four and a half decades’ worth of experience. To get a free estimate, call (281) 532-5283 or fill out this form. We serve homeowners in Galveston, TX.