If you are planning a bathroom remodel soon, you probably are compiling ideas on your Pinterest board while going back and forth on the best style for your bathroom.  After all, it can be a stressful process trying to decide the best style that will add value to your home while providing the aesthetic that you are looking for in the most heavily used room in your home. The bathroom design trends popping up in 2019 are moving more toward modern European styles and away from the rustic farmhouse styles that we have seen in the last few years. Here are some exciting trends, from the bathroom remodel experts at Indy Renovation, to consider for your new bathroom.

Bathroom Design Trends for 2019

1. Rounded Rectangle Vanity Mirrors

Moving away from the large circular mirrors that we have seen in the past few years, rounded rectangular mirrors are making a statement in 2019. The rounded rectangle mirror works well in compact spaces as well as on a large scale, so it can work in your bathroom no matter its size.

2. Floating Vanities

Floating vanities have come a long way in recent years with the use of materials that add depth and beauty, such as wood. They provide a seamless, clean, and airy look to the modern bathroom.

3. Wall-Mounted Toilets

First, floating vanities, and now floating toilets? That’s right, with technology constantly improving, homeowners are opting for more modern bathroom features. Floating toilets are much easier to clean under and around, compared to the nooks and crannies of traditional toilets.

4. No Shower Dam

In line with our modern theme, building a custom shower with no dam is the epitome of a modern bathroom. The result is beautiful and seamless. Just be sure to build the floor to slope down with a linear drain to keep the water from running into the rest of your bathroom. 

5. Polished Nickel

It almost seems like a new fixture finish comes into style each year. For 2019, brass isn’t completely out, but it is making room for polished nickel. Polished nickel provides a warmer tone and looks more high-end than other silver tones. It also complements the dark-honed marble trend that is on the rise better than brass would.

If you are ready to pull the trigger and get started with your bathroom makeover, contact Indy Renovation at (317) 375-4464. We specialize in high-end bathroom remodels with a reasonable price tag in the Indianapolis area, including Fishers and Carmel. Call us today to set up a free, in-home consultation.






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