Fancy up your bathroom with these fab 2015 trends
If you're planning to give your bathroom or powder room a makeover, here are the trends to watch in 2015.
1. Unique water fixtures
Sure you could spice up your powder room with luxurious towels, adorable accents and a bit of paint, but why, when you can bedazzle your space with faucets. This year, we're expecting to see square shower heads, floor-mounted fixtures and illuminated and waterfall faucets.
2. Freestanding tubs
Freestanding tubs are expected to become all the rage this year. The classic claw-foot, the modern oval composite and the lovely soaking tub will be selling out of home stores like hot cakes and for good reason. These beauties make a huge statement in the bathroom and turn your washroom into a place of extravagance.
3. Noteworthy tile & backsplash
The backsplash has always had a special place in the bathroom but in 2015, we're expecting to see remarkable designs, colors and styles like never before. Gone are the matchy-matchy days of yesteryear, floor tile is expected to have a fashion statement all of its own. This is great news for those of us who have commitment issues.
4. Sophisticated style
Who says a bathroom has to look like a restroom? In 2015, expect your personal home decor style to spill into your bathroom. Gone are the days of boring neutrals and hotel-like lavatories. Instead expect bold colors, fun fixtures and exciting decor. Chandeliers, stainless steel and metallics are expected to make a huge debut in the powder room in the coming year.
5. Dual head showers
As the saying goes, "save water, shower together." And while we all know what a pain in the rear it is to take a shower with our mate, home owners are wising up in 2015 and splurging on dual shower heads. And although dual shower heads look super sexy, the trend is probably making headway as a means to save precious minutes in the morning.Shower design trends so modern, they look sci-fi
6. No doors allowed
Sorry shower curtains, it's time for us to part ways. This year, it's a no-doors policy. We're skipping the shower doors for a sleek, modern and appealing look. And thank goodness, because cleaning shower doors is a task that will undoubtedly go unmissed.
7. Rustic renovations
You know that rustic look that home owners just loved in 2013 and 2014? Well, those who are all about that bass are spilling their obsession into the bathroom. The good news? It looks ah-mazing! Whoever thought to take wood into the bathroom (who didn't live in the forest) is a genius. This natural look is both timeless and extremely relevant to the only room in the house that you're constantly in your birthday suit.