If you're thinking of remodeling your bathroom or are in the process of getting started, keep reading! We've compiled 5 of the hottest bathroom design ideas and trends.
Find bathroom design inspiration and learn about the newest bathroom features that homeowners (and buyers!) love.
1. Choose an on-trend tub, or switch up your shower.
Freestanding tubs, like a vintage claw foot or contemporary soaking tub, make for a serene master bathroom. Wall-mounted shelves next to the tub help to free up floor space and maintain the room’s open, airy feel.
Say goodbye to your old shower curtain, and say hello to French glass doors or, better yet, no doors at all. Instead, "outdoor showers" have made their way indoor.
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Wet rooms are making a name for themselves, too. Think of it as a giant all-in-one place to get ready. Not only are they ADA-compliant and easy to clean, but they’re also super chic.
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Learn more about budgeting your bathroom remodel:
- Bathroom Remodeling 101: Costs, Safety, and How to Get Started
- How to Budget Your Bathroom Remodel and Save Money
- Bathroom Demolition Cost Breakdown
- Planning a Successful Demolition or Renovation Project
2. Take a fresh look at tiles.
Sure, subway tiles and classic black and white tiling are classics, but there are more tile possibilities than most people realize.
Colorful glazed terra cotta tile instantly spices up your bathroom.
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Mixing in hexagonal tile with classic subway tiles is an excellent balance between classic and subdued while being a little funky and different.
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3. Minimize your cabinets.
Minimal cabinets simplify storage while allowing you to go bold with fun wallpaper, quirky light fixtures, and tile patterns.
Simple, clean cabinets help balance out the chaos that often exists in a morning routine.
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4. Keep things interesting with contrast.
Dark moody walls—or floors—with a white tiled shower is a beautiful pairing.
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Contrasting individual walls within the bathroom is another fun way to add depth to the space.
Learn more about DIY bathroom demolition:
- Pros and Cons of DIY Bathroom Demolition
- 5 Beyond-Easy Ways to Save on Bathroom Demolition Costs
- The Homeowner's Guide to Interior Demolition
5. Make a statement with furniture.
If you've got the space, add a cozy nook to your bathroom or a place you can toss your clothes during a shower or sit to paint your nails.
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Along the same lines, express yourself with colorful rugs and wall art that makes you feel good when you get ready in the morning.