Bathroom Remodeling Trends: Part Two

October 23, 2014

Here’s our second roundup of bathroom remodeling trends – all design ideas that are currently popular, but will sustain their functionality and aesthetic in your home over time.

6. Remote-Controlled TV, Stereo or Windows

Traditional Bathroom by Beverly Interior Designers & Decorators Siemasko + Verbridge

Electronics that work at the touch of a buttom make your time spent in the bathroom more relaxing and entertaining.

7. Radiant Heating for Tile Floor

Traditional Bathroom by Poway Design-Build Firms Remodel Works Bath & Kitchen

Low-energy radiant heat mats warm up specific floor spaces in a bathroom, such as near a tub or shower entrance, or in the toilet area — anywhere bare feet frequent. This technology allows you to pick and choose spots to heat. Traditional radiant heating requires a more sophisticated house system. 

8. Use a Vessel Sink

Craftsman Bathroom by Point Pleasant Beach Architects & Building Designers Richard Bubnowski Design LLC

The powder room is an ideal bathroom for a vessel sink, which can serve as the focal point of the space. Explore the range of materials available in this sink design today, from clear glass to cast stone. 

9. Glass Tile

Traditional Bathroom by Nantucket Architects & Building Designers Sophie Metz Design

Recycled-glass tile gives this bathroom an underwater appearance. The glass subway tile here is an elegant choice, and it gives this bathroom a nice pop of color without overdoing it.

10. Multi-Head Showers

Contemporary Bathroom by Ruckersville Design-Build Firms BuilderFish

More is more. A multi-head shower brings in luxury and functionality by misting you from all angles.

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