Remodeling the bathroom not only adds to the aesthetic appeal of a home, but it also increases its value. This is the reason why many Chicago remodeling projects this year focused on improving the bathroom along with other major areas of the home, such as the kitchen. With the number of bathroom renovations steadily increasing and is expected to continue well into the coming year, new bathroom trends are also emerging.
This year, the kitchen as we know it completely changed. Shelving opened up, cabinets went darker and metallic accents moved well beyond cabinet knobs. But come 2015, we can expect to see a major overhaul in a different room of the house — the bathroom. Everything from sinks and color schemes to tubs and tiles will see some sort of upgrade, according to the National Kitchen and Bath Association’s style report as well as the trends we’ve seen in the decor sphere.
Primarily, the style scene is changing from romantic cottage styles to a clean, contemporary look for the bathroom. The classic white paint is giving way to a more sophisticated gray when it comes to color. White subway tiles are also being swapped for sleek, black tiles that add more depth.
While updating your bathroom décor is an easy task, a renovation is best left to a company that specializes in bathroom remodeling in Chicago. Changing shower heads, faucets, and other bathroom fixtures can be a time-consuming and messy task. Fresh trends such as the installation of alternatives to the old granite countertop, soaking tubs, and under-mounted leggy sinks need the skill and know-how of experienced contractors.
If you want to update the look of your bathroom without hassle and unsuccessful DIY attempts, find a renovation company that can effectively create the style that you have in mind. Chicago bathroom remodeling contractors, such as DAL Builders Inc., can seamlessly incorporate new design trends and your personal preferences when renovating the bathroom or any part of your home.
(Source: The 6 Biggest Bathroom Trends of 2015 Are What We’ve Been Waiting For, The Huffington Post, September 26, 2014)