Renovating your bathroom is a surefire way to increase your home’s value as well as upgrade your own comfort. There are many classic design ideas that translate well in almost any medium/large-sized bathroom; clawfoot bathtubs, his and hers sinks, and vanity lighting are all time-tested ways to elevate your space.
There are, however, a handful of trends that have captivated interior designers both novice and pro. These trends may have staying power as the classics, only time will tell, but in the meantime, they are each reliable ways to boost the value of your home.
Vessel sinks have slowly made their way out of novelty watering holes and pretentious urban cafes and into residential spaces. Think colored glass or natural stone when considering a vessel sink. Each will age well and remain dynamic focal points for your bathroom.
Radiant flooring that builds gentle heat is another modern trend that has gained traction over the last few years. Radiant heat is efficient and luxurious—not two words you often use to describe a single design element. This flooring is particularly favorited by bathroom renovators for its simplicity and comfort.
Furniture style cabinets with decorative elements like gilded knobs or ornamental fixtures bring an element of drama and sophistication to your bathroom. When paired with a vessel sink, the effect is memorable, to say the least.
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