Designing a beautiful, functional bathroom that you can enjoy for years to come is no easy task. You want something that will work for you and your family, but you also want the design to be on-trend and “Pinterest worthy.” Don’t stress. Our team at Indy Renovation makes it a point to stay up-to-date on design trends so we can help the residents of Indianapolis design beautiful bathrooms that they can be proud of. Check out these three recent design trends we’ve enjoyed incorporating in bathroom remodels lately.

Bathroom Design Trends

1. More Color

For the past several years, all-white or grey bathrooms were very on-trend. However, as time went on, homeowners started to realize that an all-white bathroom started to feel too clinical and sterile, and that just doesn’t promote the relaxation we want to feel in a bathroom. So, instead of choosing all-white for every feature in your bathroom, warm up the space with ivory and cream. Or, for those looking for even more color, we recommend deeply saturated shades like teal or natural tones like moss and sea blue.

2. Soaking Tubs

Bathroom designers are also starting to go away from large, built-in tubs that take up most of the bathroom. Instead, many homeowners are liking the look of a smaller “soaking tub” that has a smaller overall footprint but has a deeper capacity. This way, you can still have a beautiful walk-in custom shower with a separate tub, but not have to give up so much real estate to achieve the look.

3. Large Tiles

Finally, instead of small tiles on the walls and floors of the bathroom, the current design trend is to use larger tiles. Oversized custom tiles actually make the bathroom appear larger, and as an added bonus, you’ll have less grout to keep clean. Also, when choosing tiles, don’t be afraid to incorporate color and bold design. Because as we stated before, all-white is out.

With over 50,000 design options, our team at Indy Renovation can provide residents in Indianapolis, Brownsburg, and the surrounding areas with a bathroom design you’ll love for years to come. Contact us today at (317) 375-4464 to get started.

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