5 Bathroom Trends You Should Know About in 2014

If you’re thinking of remodeling your bathroom, or creating a brand new one, it’s important to know what’s in style. These bathroom trends have been sweeping the nation in 2014. Consider including one or more of them in your design to ensure that your bathroom looks its best.

Via Houzz

Floating Vanities

Simplicity is key top a lot of 2014 trends. Floating vanities are wonderfully simple. They create a look of spaciousness in a bathroom, and they’re easy to keep clean, too. You won’t hide your beautiful floor under a vanity when you choose a floating style.

Walk-in, Curbless Showers

Forget stepping into the tub. Curbless showers create a smooth, seamless look in your bathroom. In many showers, the drains are located under the glass panels surrounding the shower, so they don’t detract from the beauty of the floor.

Matte Tile Floors

Shiny ceramic tile is out, and matte tile is in — especially in neutral tones. The soft finish is perfect for creating a relaxing space. You can choose any shade from plain white, to gray, to deep brown.

Using a Touch of Black

Using just a touch of the color black is becoming more popular in bathrooms. You could use a black light fixture, black faucets, or another black accent piece. Choose mats and rugs with a little black in their patterns to make sure the color is woven through the room.

Ledges

From tub-side shelving to built-in ledges for storing items above the sink, ledges offer a balanced, modern look, especially when covered in natural stone tile. They help make a greater portion of the room functional.

At Gelotte Hommas Architects, we take care to integrate the best bathroom trends into your space. Contact us to discuss your home design needs today.

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