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Bathroom Remodeling Trends for 2019

Going along with the new  year and a new house idea, let us take a look at some of the new bathroom remodeling trends in 2019
     
          1. Taking it back to the 50’s

      Walking into your bathroom would now feel like walking into a 50’s movie. Black and white interiors are now making a comeback with bold new designs. A mixture of white tubs and toilets with black cabinets, mirror borders and vanities are gaining much popularity and are expected to make big statements this year.
       
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Smart bathrooms

Smart bathrooms are getting smarter in 2019! Motion sensors that trigger and turn on the shower once you enter it, automatic temperature sensors to maintain optimal water temperature, Bluetooth speaker systems to start playing tunes when you are in the shower etc.  If you can imagine this in a bathroom, then it is probably there and we at Daniel Mackey can bring your imagination to life.



          3. Wooden accessories

Nature themed bathrooms are getting more attention this year and homeowners prefer to replace their metal cabinets and shelves with natural wood. The wooden accent goes well with the currently trending black and white styled bathrooms and it is not a surprise that the wooden finish is gaining popularity this year!


     
       4. Hidden storages

Taking inspiration from kitchen storages, hidden bathroom storages are also gaining a lot of popularity this year. The concept of “hiding in plain sight” is fashionable among professional remodelers, not to mention the aesthetic appearance of hidden cabinets! These compact storage spaces can prevent clutter and give a very organized look to the bathroom.

         5.  Lopsided mirrors

      Asymmetrical and amoeboid shaped mirrors and whole wall mirrors have gained more attention this year! When it comes to mirrors, we believe in “the bigger the better” and whole wall mirrors are the way to do that!


         6.  Vintage brass and gold themes

      Gold and brass accents are making a comeback this year that is bigger than ever! Starting from brass taps to golden toilets (believe it or not!) the possibilities are vast. With the right color tone and polishing, you will be taken back to the moments you spent with your grandparents as a child.


          7.  Nature and open themed bathrooms

The concept of open showers or bathrooms, in oneness with nature (in contrast to nature themed bathrooms) is gaining more popularity. Showers not confined within the spaces of a curtain or glass and bathrooms without walls in your master bedroom can be made with simple or intricate designs based on your taste. Bedrooms with open bathtubs or glass showers have gained a lot of popularity this year. Often found in honeymoon suites, this type of design is making its way into many homes.


A few notable trends this year are all pink bathrooms, floor heated bathrooms, patterned tiles on floors and walls etc. If you are interested to know more about other trends in home remodeling , head over to our other posts and go to danielmackeyconstruction.com to see some of our notable works.     

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