The bathroom is one of the main rooms in the home that significantly influences the quality and value of your property. Outdated bathrooms can be an eyesore and make it hard to feel comfortable in the space. If you’re ready to update your bathrooms, then it’s time to find a qualified contractor for new construction in your home.
The following are some ideas to consider when remodeling your home’s interior or exterior bathroom.
Use metallic mosaic accents
Metal tile accents in brushed stainless steel and copper can brighten up the space allowing you to look stylish with a unique look. Use the tiles in a decorative backsplash that can draw more attention to the sink. These tiles can be used to enhance the design of your shower or floors. Subway tiles have a timeless look and will continue to look elegant in the space for the neutral form.
Create a shower without a door
Doorless showers look stylish and provide easy access for children and the elderly. Be sure to check out the new trend of multiple shower heads and embrace it by building an open shower that showcases this feature. Doorless showers are especially functional for an exterior bathroom remodel project near a pool.
Add dramatic lighting
When you start your new bathroom remodeling project, consider upgrading the lighting fixtures to make the room look modern. Install sconces on either side of the mirror above the sink, or hang a dramatic chandelier to serve as the centerpiece of the bathroom. Bronze or copper lamps will also look decorative and can transform the room.
Use marble or quartz countertops
Marble is a popular material to use for countertops, which will allow the setting to look luxurious and majestic with its clean design. White countertops make the room look spacious while creating a light and airy feel. If you’re on a budget, consider adding quartz countertops, which are similar in design and just as beautiful. The high level of durability will allow the material to last for many years without chipping or cracking with frequent use.
Install a pedestal bathtub
Installing a pedestal bathtub during a new home construction project will transform the room and function as the focal point of the space. The claw foot pedestal bathtub can be placed under a window or under a lamp to create just the right balance. The feature can also be painted in a color tone that can be the accent in the room.
While all the ideas may not be to your liking, feel free to pick the one that speaks to you. Use them as a whole or as accents for the new bathroom look in your home.