If you are thinking about updating or improving part of your home in 2021, a bathroom remodel or addition is a great choice. Bathroom remodeling remains one of the most popular types of home improvement projects. They don’t tend to be extensive in scale, and their timelines tend to create minimal disruption in the home. If you are considering a bathroom remodel or addition, here are some bathroom design trends for 2021 to inspire you:
1. Glass Showers
Glass showers aren’t a new concept. But, they are ever-increasing in popularity, especially with homeowners who want an ultra-modern, clean, and minimalist look from their new bathroom design.
The transparency of a glass shower helps to display custom tiling in the shower stall and transforms the shower from a simple utility item into a focal point of the bathroom design. Plus, there are several types of shower glass that can further elevate the look and feel of your new bathroom.
2. Geometric and Patterned Tiles
Custom tiling is most commonly found in the shower, but it is also showing up on tiled walls or floors. Tiling throughout the bathroom provides a way to accent a wall with hexagons, bricks, chevron shapes, etc.
Geometric and patterned tiles like this are one of the bathroom design trends for 2021. And, using custom tile throughout the bathroom in smart ways is a great option if you wish to bring your bathroom walls or floors to life in a unique way. Plus, updating the flooring and walls is one of the best ways to update a bathroom.
3. White Marble
White marble is a popular material that is used commonly for bathroom countertops. However, it is also showing up in floors and walls. Another popular method when it comes to incorporating the color and texture of marble in a bathroom design is to combine it with more contemporary materials, or even natural materials like wood, stone, or metal.
4. Elegant Bathtubs
Although walk-in showers tend to be more popular than shower/tub combinations or just a bathtub, having both a walk-in shower and a freestanding tub is a luxurious bathroom design trend. Elegant freestanding tubs are a design focal point for the bathroom that also adds function.
A wide variety of styles, colors, and forms are popular, but oval-shaped bathtubs are taking the top spot for 2021. Non-traditional colors and materials are also on-trend for 2021. Bathtubs made of marble, stone, or wood, and even black matte finish tubs, are popular choices for 2021.
5. Creative Sinks
Contemporary sinks using unconventional materials, stunning finishes, and unique silhouettes are one of the bathroom design trends for 2021. One of the most popular options is a round sink that is colorful and has a matte finish for a graceful, elegant look.
6. Muted Colors
Whites, grays, and neutrals are traditionally popular bathroom colors. They are still popular, but other muted colors are also gaining popularity as a trend. Consider colors such as mint, sage green, dusty rose, ocean blue, midnight blue, terracotta, organic red, and hazelnut for a trendy look in 2021.
These colors are frequently showing up as colorful accents, incorporated throughout walls, and used in other decor items. They also provide a great option to be used as a statement wall or an accent wall in your new bathroom design.
These are just a few of the bathroom design trends for 2021. If you’re not sure what you want, they can be a great place to start for inspiration. Your choices for your new bathroom design will be impacted by how you want the room to function and also by your personal preferences and aesthetic tastes.
If you are struggling with some of these decisions, it’s a great idea to consult with an experienced home improvement contractor about the various materials, colors, and layout options that are available to you. The right partner for your project can walk you through the options and help you choose the ones that fit your needs and style the best.
If you’re ready to talk about your bathroom remodeling project, give one of our experienced home improvement reps a call at 717-399-4708 for a free quote!
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