It is at this time of year that we look back and take stock of what we did or didn’t achieve in 2018 and decide that the things we didn’t achieve are definitely going to happen in 2019. As with many New Year’s resolutions, not all of them will happen in 2019 either, but one thing that many folks are planning on doing is high-end bathroom remodeling, Boca Raton. After all, many of us spend more time in the bathroom than we used to, soaking in the hot tub, and some have even installed TV in the bathroom.
So what are the trends for high-end bathroom remodeling, Boca Raton, for 2019? Subway tiles have been around for years and they measure 3″ x 6″ and are white, aren’t they? Not any longer, subway tiles are changing sizes and even shapes, and they don’t have to be white. You can have subway tiles in a whole range of colors. They are now on every surface of the bathroom, and it is one way to upgrade the bathroom without breaking the bank. Just one word of warning: keep them all the same color. Don’t go mixing and matching.
Another trend for 2019 is the use of ledges for storage. They can fit on to the wall and you can have them in almost any material, but plain wood is making its’ way into the bathroom. A light wood with heavy grains and knots has a pleasing effect, and it is also being used for vanities. If you fit a ledge to the wall you can lower the top three inches inside the frame and make it from glass so that it can be underlit. Not only can your store bits and pieces, but you can add a plant or two here and there.
For many years, unless your name was Trump, shiny chrome used to be the material of choice for metal bathroom fixtures such as faucets, shower heads, and so on, but according to Houzz, matte nickel is now in first place, being the choice for 38% of bathroom remodels in 2018. It can be brushed or satin. Shiny chrome dropped to second place with 28%. An advantage of this type of finish is that it doesn’t show smudges and finger marks as chrome does.
Another trend for high-end bathroom remodeling, Boca Raton, is the mirror. For a long time, they have been just rectangular pieces of glass, sometimes with a plain frame around and sometimes no frame. For 2019 the trend is towards a mirror with an ornate frame – and the more ornate the better. Your mirror doesn’t have to be rectangular either: it can be round, oval, or one of many other shapes.