Feeling like you need a reboot with everything going on in the world these days? Got a little more free time to spend at home? Now is the perfect time to go through your home and tear out any aging or tired designs. Taking on a whole home remodel is no small job, though, so if you’re like us and don’t want to start redesigning from the ground up, why not start with just one room—say the bathroom? From new paint and tile to tubs, toilets, and lighting, there’s a lot of work you can do to take your bathroom from dingy and dated to top of the line. Here are four of the hottest new trends from 2021.
Does your bathroom feel like a horror scene from the 1970s? It could be because of faded or outdated paint. Start designing your new bathroom by picking one or two new colors to put some life back into your design. If you prefer subtlety, bright whites, creams, light greys, and anything in the brownish taupe family are quite popular this year. They go particularly well with contrasting tiles or vanities in a natural wood finish.
If you like the transitional look of a bathroom stuck somewhere between retro and modern, pastels, such as blush, cornflower, and light olive, blend the past with the future and create a calming but design-forward feel. You can also pair these with vintage features like brass or gold faucets. For the bold of heart, go for bright colors like pistachio, cyan, or lemon. On the flip side, dark matte black fixtures are all the rage and stand out as striking, masculine contrast pieces.
Maybe because we’ve all been stuck at home for so long this year, mother nature has started to find her way into our lives through design. We’ve seen a major upswing in people looking to add a dash of nature to their bathroom by ditching porcelain tiles and laminated composite cabinets for raw wood vanities, stone sink basins, and concrete tiled accent walls.
We like to think of the bathroom as your home’s inner oasis—a place where you can take time to relax. When you start mixing the outdoors with your inner design, it really will feel like a spa. You don’t even have to go as far as to tear out every fixture. Even just adding a few plants can make it feel more at one with the Earth. Depending on how much light your bathroom gets, be sure to be selective about what will grow best in your space. For low light environments, consider ivies, ferns, and peace lilies.
If you’re planning to retrofit your bathroom with the latest green technology, why not go all the way and invest in the best and more modern fixtures available? It’s 2020, so why not start living in the future? This year, we’ve seen smart showers, smart toilets, and even smart mirrors on the trend. If you’ve never experienced a smart bathroom before, you don’t know what you’re missing.
Depending on your budget, you could splurge on a smart shower system that allows you to preheat your water before turning on the faucet, create a steam bath, set mood lighting, and even link it to your Alexa or Google Assistant for music and more. Similarly, with a smart toilet, you’ll be able to sit down on a perfectly warmed seat, even on the most frigid of winter mornings. Again, depending on your budget, you can find options with automatic flushes, lights, and even automated lids.
For those looking to really let loose in their budget, consider a smart mirror. More of a digital display than an actual mirror, smart mirrors do way more than just reflect your image. They’ll display the weather and news, your daily calendar, your social media, and can even be voice commanded through Google Assistant or Alexa.
Maybe you haven’t got the space to pull off a home factory in your bathroom. In fact, if space is an issue, you are probably looking for ways to maximize the area you have. Of course, you can’t very well get rid of the sink, toilet, or shower. Instead, think of ways to change the space visually. Think floating vanities.
As the name suggests, a floating vanity appears to float in mid-air, leaving the space below free and open. Call it an optical illusion if you will, but by leaving added space below the vanity, your bathroom will appear larger and less cramped by cabinets and fixtures. Some options do include cabinets while others stick to just a counter and sink. The more space left open below the vanity, the larger the room will look.
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