5 Favorite Bathroom Design Trends of 2018

5 Favorite Bathroom Design Trends of 2018



If there’s one thing we always contend with during remodels, it’s the role of trends. Whether the latest design fads interest you or not, finding your personal style is necessary for any major home project. Your remodeler or contractor will guide you through their process. However, deciding what you like is ultimately still your job.

So, how do you decipher your kitchen, living room, or bathroom style? There are a lot of simple ways to get started; we recommend doing a little good old-fashioned research! You might begin by browsing magazines, showrooms, Houzz, Pinterest, or blogs like our own.

If you’re embarking on a bathroom remodel soon, we’ve pulled together some of our favorite recent client projects! Take a look at their takes on the latest bathroom design trends below.

Statement Soaking Tubs
Nothing makes an impression like a big beautiful bathtub. If you’re hoping to create a relaxing bathroom oasis, then an over-sized soaking tub is a design must!

Over-sized Walk-In Showers
Another popular bathroom trend of the moment is over-sized tile walk-in showers. Short on space or not a bath lover? Then we suggest investing in a stunning spacious shower you’ll actually enjoy.

Playful Tile Patterns
Bathroom design is all about tile right now. From classic subway tile to bright colors to big bold patterns, it’s a fantastic way to express your style. After all, tile is a foundational bathroom element – have fun with it!

His and Hers Sinks
Double vanities and sinks seem to be an evergreen bathroom trend. We get it; they’re pretty and practical. Not only do they double counter space and storage, but they also look gorgeous and pulled together.

Accessibility and Universal Design
The last bathroom concern we’re helping our clients with more and more is accessibility. If you’re planning to age in place, then making your home safe and easy to navigate matters, and is worth investing in.

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