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(NC) Thinking about renovating your bathroom this year? Whether it’s a simple update like a fresh coat of paint or new hardware, to a complete overhaul of your layout, there is a lot to consider when renovating. Read on for some of the latest trends.
Bold colour choices. Similar to what’s happening in the kitchen, bold colours are making their way into bathrooms, from deep blues to forest greens and even black. If you don’t love painting, consider bold wallpaper. It works particularly well in powder rooms, as the smaller space is a great area to experiment in without overwhelming the rest of the house.
Compact design. New designs are embracing less square footage by combining features, with fewer double sinks and more shower/bath combos. Installing glass doors instead of using shower curtains creates a more open look. Wet bathrooms are also growing in popularity and create a show-stopping look while maximizing small spaces.
Terrazzo time. Terrazzo is making a comeback with a modern twist. Today’s terrazzo comes in a wide variety of colours and uses an assortment of other materials to get its signature bits-and-pieces look. It’s a great alternative to stone and marble as it isn’t as expensive. Plus, it’s as durable as it is eye-catching, while requiring minimal maintenance.
Statement mirrors and art. Many people see the bathroom as a functional room and not a place for statement pieces, but this space is an extension of your home. An easy way to change the appearance is to update the mirror. Round mirrors in particular are very popular this year. Don’t be afraid to move pieces from other rooms in your home here to achieve a more interesting look.
Industrial chic. Exposed plumbing and hardware are being incorporated into new designs this year, a look that allows a number of unique metal finishes to be shown off. From matte black to copper and gold, try mixing and matching in your bathroom.
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