If you're ready to hit refresh on your bathroom, these ideas will inspire you to turn this everyday space into a total sanctuary:
More than one-third of homeowners are now choosing to include an accent wall in their bathroom renovations. These can be used to draw focus to a show-stopping feature, from a soaking tub to a custom vanity.
Personalization continues to be a top priority for homeowners, and freestanding vanities, with their furniture-like appeal, present a great opportunity to add a custom look.
Updating your vanity is one of the quickest ways to change the look of your bathroom without undertaking an entire remodel. You can find freestanding vanities in nearly every design style, where there is generally an increased interest in those with clean, crisp lines in a variety of finishes that include white and dark wood, bright bold hues, and dramatic black or navy. To customize your vanity even further, swap out the hardware with pulls in your favorite metallic finish, then accessorize the countertop with a pretty tray or vase.
Black is back in a big way. Though hardware and faucet finishes are one way to try this trend, we're seeing more and more use of this dramatic shade beyond these quick updates. Bold black accent walls, deep-hued vanities, and even black plumbing fixtures are on the rise.
It's clear that new homes, including bathrooms, are bigger than ever. More space in primary bathrooms means more opportunities for unique design elements, and homeowners are taking advantage of larger footprints by incorporating double vanities.
When space allows, homeowners are saying goodbye to the shower-bath combo, instead opting for a walk-in shower and an equally luxurious tub situation. Overall, consumers see value in separating the bathtub and shower and opt to include a large soaker tub in their [primary] bathrooms.
More than four out of five homeowners who separate the shower and tub also choose to enlarge the shower.
Thanks to tile, flooring, and woodwork, bathrooms tend to be dominated by hard lines. To break up all the sharp angles, homeowners and designers are increasingly choosing round mirrors over rectangular ones. The circular shape helps bring softness and visual contrast into the functional space.