There are overwhelming options for you when it comes to a bathroom remodel. Where there are many certain features already planned for your luxury bathroom, designs and other attributes will likely flood your thoughts. When you know the bathroom remodel is inevitable, turning to online research for design ideas is common. Since there are some trends, homeowners are loving when getting their bathroom remodeled, we at American Hometown Services would like to share a few ideas to help get your mind spinning.
What Do You Need in a Minimalist Bathroom?
Though it is becoming less so is evolved and though still in the minimalist criteria, this trend that has been running strong for the last five years is even more popular now. When it comes to a defined minimalist design, it is nothing more than simple, clean and efficient. The focus is more on function rather than flair though they still include space saving, and smart features. Modern minimalist’s luxury bathrooms are sleeker and more efficient than ever since the minimalist design has strayed from the Scandinavian and Japanese simplicity of minimal designing and it includes more convenience and beauty in a contemporary American way. With gorgeous storage solutions, floating vanities, sophisticated, yet elegant mounted toilets that focus on high-tech function and so much more is how your minimalist luxury bathroom will serve you.
Windows Above Bathroom Vanity
Quite a few homeowners redesigning bathrooms are replacing the mirrors with windows. The result can be quite interesting and appealing as long as the layout of your bathroom area faces an exterior wall for this to work. Washing your hands to look out at a scenic view of the outdoors through crystal clear windows instead of your own reflection is stunning. If you still want the convenience of mirrors, they can be easily implemented into the design if you are partial to the look.
Frameless Shower Enclosure
Combined with barrier-free shower floors not literally invisible, the invisible shower stall is a seamless glass shower enclosure. Designing experts believe this trend will last which was a very popular trend since the “infinity shower” is ideal with the bath-to-shower conversion project. An invisible shower might be what you didn’t know what you were looking for, if you are attracted to maximized space, clean lines, and the sophisticated elegance of floor-to-ceiling glass walls and a shower that is far more subtle than pest designs.
Wood & Natural Stone Bathroom Design
Currently at its strongest, the wood and stone trend is really starting to get some traction. The porcelain and marble do offer sophistication and is commonly adored by homeowners, however, bringing even more to the look is harmonizing rough stone accents such as slate which makes the bathroom feel cooler with the masculine, raw, and earthy look of wood like pine to oak and others. You do not necessarily have to settle on real wood or stone as there are quite a few options with faux products to achieve this look if you like the look but want a specific material that does not include involved maintenance.