The bathroom is one of the most utilitarian spaces in a house: it has two or three specific purposes, and it can be one of the last places in the house to get a style infusion. Bathroom remodels are often focused on function: a dual vanity, replacing old shower tiles, etc. A remodel with Centennial Construction & Remodeling Services is the perfect time to take care of adding a few extra touches that will elevate your bathroom from “just OK” to “Wow!” Here are a few of our favorite recent bathroom style trends.

4 Bathroom Remodel Trends

1. Bold Powder Rooms

Powder rooms are very small spaces, so they can handle a really bold design. Layer on a strong wallpaper pattern on one wall, or hang a striking piece of art. Think about how many of your guests will visit this room, so use it to add a fun, welcoming touch to your home. 

2. Inspired by Spas

Think about the experience you may have at an expensive spa. The lighting is low, colors are rich and opulent, and everything just evokes a sense of relaxation and luxury. White and gray marble are especially trendy right now. 

3. Pewter or Gunmetal Hardware

Not as harsh as black, but more sophisticated than brass or silver tones, pewter and gunmetal are becoming popular shades for bathroom hardware. 

4. Monochromatic Palette

For a modern look, use a monochromatic element throughout the whole space. For example, using all of one color or material (such as the color green or all marble tile) will create a unique experience without looking over-coordinated. You can still stay neutral and make it feel like something really special.

Call Us for a Free Estimate

With all of the decisions that have to be made, any bathroom remodel can feel overwhelming. Centennial Construction will guide you every step of the way through your project. We’ll coordinate each detail from the design consultation to the final walk-through, and our general contractor will keep you informed about every stage of the process. Contact us at (317) 848-7634 to get a free estimate for your Indianapolis project.

Source: Elle Decor

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