One of the most looked forward to remodeling project for homeowners is bathroom remodeling. Especially as we head into the colder months, now is often a time to discuss bathroom remodeling with local contractors. If you live in the Greater Boston area and want to know about materials or get quotes, or learn more about design options, please give us a call. In the meantime, we will cover some of the trends we are seeing heading into the new year.
Full vs Partial Bathroom Remodeling
Before we discuss trends we should discuss your remodeling options. One option is to try and handle a large remodel all at once. Although this can be quite expensive. Full remodeling services are a great way to completely transform your bathroom but the cost of labor, materials, and installation timeline can be quite disruptive. Alternatively, many homeowners opt for partial remodeling. For example they might replace just the flooring, or the sink, or the bathtub/shower. Whichever you choose, our team can help you plan and budget for your bathroom remodeling. Read below to learn more about trendy bathroom design for 2023.
Copper & Brass Bathroom Fixtures
One thing that never changes about trends is doing something unique to standout. It is very common for the metal fixtures and finishes to be silver, steel, or gold. Going with copper or brass can give an extremely unique look and also a more classic look for a bathroom. Copper and brass are not used as often as they used to be, so if you are looking for a more retro or fancy look, you might want to consider these metals.
Geometric Patterns & Designs for Bathroom Floors & Walls
Minimalism has grown in popularity and has become a visual shortcut for modern and postmodern design. Using repeating geometric shapes and line work for your tile floors or walls can help anyone that is looking to create a more modern looking design. Even slight accents with triangular or pyramid shapes can make your bathroom look more elegant.
Freestanding Bathroom Sink Design
A freestanding sink is great for smaller bathrooms. Instead of being attached to the wall, a freestanding sink has a pedestal-style design. This is an excellent option for any homeowner looking to save space; there are many stylistic options to choose from. There are many luxurious styles of freestanding sinks that can also accent other elements of your bathroom design.