7 Hot Bathroom Renovation Trends

Posted on 17 January 2017

Most people have some sort of renovation list that they try to chisel away at slowly as budget and time allow. However, the bathroom is usually a last priority on the list. This really does not make a lot of sense. First, it is a smaller room, so you do not have to do a lot to it to make a difference. Second, it is the one room in the house nearly all of your guests are going to visit at some point. Why not make this room one that will leave a lasting impression and be the topic of conversation?


Indoor Wall Fountain for a Bathroom


Right about now, you are probably thinking it would be foolish to put such an extravagant piece of art in the bathroom. Okay, now you are actually picturing one in your bathroom. Just imagine the look on the face of your guests when they exit the room. Buy an indoor wall fountain for a bathroom, and you may never feel like splurging on a day at the spa again. You will have your own tranquil oasis to enjoy right in your own home.

Old-World Style 

Get inspired by ancient Mediterranean design like what you may have found in a royal home in Morocco, Portugal, or Spain many years ago. Hand-painted terra cotta meets modern metallic in these timeless spaces.

Porcelain Tile 

Okay, slate is still (and will probably always be) popular, but porcelain is the material of choice for 2015, especially in the bathroom. It is water-resistant and durable, and it retains its color and depth significantly better than ceramic tiles.


If you are looking for high-tech features, opt for electronic faucets and digital shower heads.

Warming Features 

From towel warmers to radiant floor heating, warmth is being used to create a luxurious environment.

Deluxe Showers 

Not so long ago, you had to soak in the tub to soothe your muscles and relax. Deluxe showers are becoming more popular than soaking tubs, and a fully enclosed steam shower that has multiple showerheads should do the trick.

Daring Lighting 

People tend to play it safe with bathroom lighting, but there is really no need to. Ideally, you will have more than one lighting option. Try a funky pendant or ornate chandelier paired with a set of unusual sconces on either side of the mirror.

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