Like any renovation, bathroom remodeling comes with pressure to make design, material and space planning decisions that can be overwhelming. Not only do today’s bathrooms need to be drop dead beautiful, but they also need to function and cater to many different lifestyles and needs. To fuel your inspiration, here is a list of eight different bathroom styles and functionalities to consider when planning for your next remodel.
Everything about this bathroom screams elegance. The traditional free standing tub, chrome fixtures, wainscoting, marble tile, herringbone floor pattern and spacious shower help create a look that is sure to stand the test of time. Adding decorative grab bars, a shower bench and a wider shower door allow these homeowners to fashionably age in place in their home. For more information on this renovation, click HERE.
If you are a lover of all things technology, you’ll love what this in-home spa has to offer! Everything from the toilet, shower and steam room are all digitally controlled to create truly custom experiences for each member of the family. Read more about these tech savvy Kohler fixtures HERE.
3. His & Hers
This master bathroom is the perfect blend of masculine and feminine design. The two his & her vanities feature warm and dark cabinetry for him and sparkly Minera by Cambria countertops for her. Chrome hardware, lighting and plumbing fixtures help neutralize the two looks. Using a combination of marble tile in the shower creates a classic look that can’t go wrong. Get more details HERE.
Do you want your new bathroom to evoke feelings of peace and serenity? This bathroom certainly does the trick. The wavy juxtaposition of the slate tile and pebble stone immediately set the tone of this tranquil space. The free-standing tub, tile and large double vanity show off clean lines and calming colors. Read more on this project HERE.
5. Bright & Airy
This bathroom is the perfect example of how to accomplish ample storage when you’re dealing with a confined space. If you have a narrow bathroom, like this one, consider a narrow vanity with flanking tower cabinets to take advantage of the available vertical space. Using white cabinetry with marble help make the bathroom feel larger and brighter.
6. Clean & Simple
Style and function summarize this bathroom perfectly. Everyone wants a bench in their shower for obvious reasons, but why stop there? Consider stretching that bench across the bathroom and add extra storage space for towels. The frosted shower glass band and bathroom door is a great way to add privacy while still taking advantage of the natural light.
One look at this bathroom and you instantly feel like you’re in a Colorado ski-resort. The warm tones of the stone wall, tile floor, lighting, cabinetry, plumbing and quartz countertop are perfect for any nature lover.
8. Modern Bliss
This master bathroom remodel takes the open concept to a whole other level. If you have an on-the-go type lifestyle, this highly stylish wardrobe/bathroom combination is a one-stop-shop to get you out the door quicker. The careful mix of materials, patterns and clean lines from the floating vanity and freestanding tub will catapult you into modern times. Read more on this bathroom transformation HERE.