Over the past few decades, the purpose of the bathroom in modern-day living has been redefined. What was once just a place of necessity has become a space designed for relaxation. The following trends are continuing to shape the bathroom into a luxurious and breathtaking space.
- One-of-a-kind bathtubs
Freestanding bathtubs have become the focal point of master bathrooms. They’ve taken center stage, helping to create a spa-like atmosphere using a variety of unique materials. From translucent bathtubs to those modeled after the shape of a Japanese teacup, the shapes and inspiration for bathtub styles is limitless.
- Seamless glass shower
A seamless or frameless glass shower is made with a simple glass panel without a visible frame. This allows you to reveal the shower tile design without any obstruction.
- Freestanding sinks
Sinks and basins can be placed in small corners and come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and designs. Just like the reimagining of the bathtub, the sink’s place in the bathroom is also being reconsidered. No longer just a necessity, its design potential is being explored in a myriad of ways.
- Open-spout mixer faucet
An open-spout mixer faucet is modeled after the cascade of a waterfall, delivering a calming effect. With just one lever, it combines warm and cold water for more space-saving.
- Exposed pipework
Homeowners who love the industrial style, will appreciate the comeback of steampunk. Exposed pipework on walls, glass closet doors, shower doors, and mirrors can be combined with warm metallic accents or anthracite-black elements.
- Shiny plumbing fixtures
Shiny chrome is once again popular in tapware and light fixtures. White metals create a modern art deco style that supports a spa-like atmosphere.
- Two shower heads
As showers get bigger and roomier, you’ll see more showers with two shower heads. No need to wait for your significant other to finish showering. You can also equip the shower with a hand held shower head for greater convenience and luxury.
If you have any questions about these trends or would like recommendations, give us a call to schedule a consultation with one of our licensed plumbers. We serve Orange County, Anaheim, and surrounding areas.