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Your Guide to Bathroom Trends in 2018

5 Hot Trends for Bathrooms in 2018

Bathroom renovations are one of the most cost-effective ways to add value to your home! Here are the top 5 bathroom trends we are seeing in 2018.


1. Neutral Tones

Neutral shades will continue to dominate in the master bathroom as homeowners seek a soothing and relaxing retreat atmosphere. But expect to see more options than just white. Shades of brown, grey, blue, green and tan will help to warm things up.

2. Natural Elements

Natural materials are particularly hot right now in bathroom design. This includes the use of wood and stone on walls, cabinets, counters and backsplashes, as well as the incorporation of botanical design elements.

3. Large Tiles

We expect to see a lot more large and slab-sized tiles in bathrooms, which have less grout so they are easier to clean and maintain. Wood-look porcelain tiles are also a favorite in wet areas, as they offer the warmth and rustic appeal of wood with the durability of tile.

4. Freestanding Tubs

There’s been a tub resurgence in bathroom design after years of preference for stand-alone showers. Modern tastes are gravitating toward freestanding tubs that serve as a showpiece for the bathroom.

5. Smart Features

Smart technology has entered the bathroom with the addition of features like wireless shower speakers and high-tech toilets, as well as digital shower controls that automatically adjust to your preferences in temperature and spray intensity.


Recently Renovated Your Bathroom? Thinking of Redoing a Bathroom Soon?

If you have recently renovated your bathroom did you capitalize on any of these trends? We’d love to see your work! Share in the comments, sends us a picture, let us know how it went!


For those of your planning on renovating a bathroom, is this going to be a DIY project or are you using a contractor? If you want some advice from professionals get in touch! We love helping our community with their next home renovation project and would be happy to make any recommendations and refer you to local construction professionals.