Bathroom Remodelers Make Clean, Open, and Spa-Inspired Modern Baths

Whether you want to add to your home’s value before selling it or improve the interior for your own satisfaction, having a more spacious bathroom is always a plus. It pays to know what’s hot and what’s not when renovating, and today, luxury bathrooms take great inspiration from European and open concepts.

Noticeably, modern bathrooms are made to evoke spa-style luxury. Check out these design ideas to improve the look of your bath and make the space your own personal spa.

Add natural stone features

Natural stone such as granite, quartz, or Carrara marble can give your bathroom a more streamlined look, while adding textural and visual interest. Quartz walls and features in particular, are becoming more popular due to their striking beauty and durable quality. If you want to have large-format stone tiles for your flooring, you’ll need to have a contemporary linear drain system as it can eliminate the need for a floor that pitches to a center drain, which in turn prevents you from using such tiles.

Open up and soften the space

Color uniformity is one way to create a more spacious feel in your bathroom. A high-contrast color arrangement can be eye-catching, but it can also make the space look smaller and cluttered. One way to create uniformity is to paint the ceiling the same color as the walls. To soften the space, go with neutral grays and beiges.

Add recessed cabinets

Recessed cabinets and shelving minimize clutter and add valuable space, which make them a fantastic design feature. If you have a narrow bathroom, recessed cabinets can be an effective way to reduce the room’s busyness while adding ideal spaces to put scented candles, purifying incense, and other accoutrements to help improve the mood.

Feel like using one or all of these design ideas? Work with an established bathroom remodeler in your area to make your dream of a spa-like bathroom a reality.


Clean Lines: Bath Trends, Home Remodeling Magazine


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About valleyhomeimprv

Steve Silverman is Cape Cod native with a BA in psychology from Bates College. He moved to the Pioneer Valley in 2004 and became a VP with VHI a year later, then bought the 20 employee company in 2013. He and his wife and two teenagers have a farm in Southampton where he spends time growing food and learning new ways to live in harmony with the land.

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