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Spruce Up Your Bathroom With These 2018 Trends!

Maggie Horne

Maggie Horne is a long term resident of Wellington County, living on a 107-acre farm near Rockwood since 1988...

Maggie Horne is a long term resident of Wellington County, living on a 107-acre farm near Rockwood since 1988...

Oct 1 2 minutes read

Did you know that bathrooms were the most renovated space in 2017?

Bathrooms have become a popular space for upgrading thanks to the at-home spa trend. This trend looks at the bathroom not just as a necessity, but as a luxurious and revitalizing extension of the rest of the home.

Are you thinking about renovating or sprucing up your bathroom? Check out the top 5 trends for improving your bathroom space!

Bold lighting

Strategically place your lighting for a great ambiance of your bathroom space. Depending on your style you may choose brass globe sconces in order to provide an industrial aesthetic that feels very modern or use bold vanity lighting for a touch of Hollywood glamour.

Dramatic accents

Create a defining style statement with a standout element such as a skylight, a piece of art, a statement wall, or a beautiful bathtub. Having a dramatic focal point in the space will enhance your area and revitalize your space.

Modern metals

Warmer hues like brass and gold are making a comeback!! Not only do they warm up the space, but they also bring in some depth and complement the popular neutral grey colours that are popular for walls. Matte black is another option for the fashion-forward; it has a contemporary heritage vibe that looks great against whites and other neutrals.

Unique tiles

Go beyond the subway tile and opt for quirky shapes and mixed tiles that add some flair and interest to any bathroom. Penny rounds, honeycomb, hexagon and diamond are exciting options to try. Tiles can be great on floors but also make a great accent wall!

Accessories for decor

Accessories are great for any space, but bathroom accessories can really brighten up a space. Things like matching soap dispensers, towel racks, and tooth brush holders can add a little bit of colour in order to pull a space together. Don’t forget to add a pop of colour with a plant or flower!

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