Bathroom Remodeling - Greensboro NC

Bathroom Remodeling Trends for 2017

Here are a few bathroom remodeling trends for 2017

If a bathroom remodel is in your future, you’re surely looking for the right ideas to add comfort and usability into this space. Remember that any idea can be personalized with your choice of colors, textures, finishes to create a room that is uniquely and perfectly yours

Frameless shower glass
Frameless shower doors are hot right now because they show off cool tile designs in the shower and visually open up the room, keeping it light and airy. They also look beautiful, elegant, and serene.

Barrier-free or curbless showers
These showers are wonderful for people who are creating age-in-place homes. The curbless design works for those with wheelchairs or limited accessibility. Curbless showers are also replacing the tub/shower combination for people who are looking to lose the bathtub.

You’ve probably been looking at tile, fixtures, and grout colors, but think about the utility of a bench for shaving or just sitting down to relax under the water for a minute. They can vary from simple waterproofed furniture to ledges to elaborate built-in features. You’ll be glad you thought of this!

Shower Niches
This is a fancy, permanent, visually appealing place to put your shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. Niches can include LED lights, glass or stone shelves, and accent tile work.

Freestanding Tubs
These are very popular as an option to an existing drop-in tub. Use one with rounded lines to accent other hard lines in the bathroom, or an angular one to contrast softer colors.

Custom Vanities
This is a big trend because you can customize the size, material, drawer and cabinet configuration, finish, and sink options. We are a custom cabinet dealer, so we have the ability to make custom modifications for your space and your needs.

Bigger Showers
No one has ever asked us for a smaller shower. Enough said. I’ll talk more about this in another post.

Grout as a Feature
Colored grout on white subway tile makes it pop, which is very popular right now. This forces your eyes to see both the tile and the grout, which is great to create a checkerboard effect or a classic black-and-white pattern. If you’re worried about falling out of love with the effect, grout can be stained to change its color.