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The Best 2016 Bathroom Remodeling Trends


One of the most remodeled rooms in the house is the bathroom and there are so many ways you can renovate it. Of course, you need to make sure the plumbing and fixtures are properly working, but you also want to make it look flawless! When you decide it’s time to FINALLY remodel the old master bathroom, keep a few trends in mind.

Nucleus of the Room
While the entire bathroom should be a place of beauty, there should be one focal point that draws your eyes directly to it as soon as you walk in. The most common bathroom centerpiece is the bathtub or standing shower. You can choose a luxurious free-standing tub with metallic hardware, or a walk-in shower with bricks and smoked glass. For a more simplistic focal point, install a small chandelier in the center of the ceiling.

New Hardware
Sometimes the smallest things can pay the biggest dividends. By simply installing new hardware on your sinks, toilets, showers, and tubs you can make a BIG statement. Some of the most popular metals for this year include oil-rubbed bronze, brushed nickel, and brass tones in a warm-colored copper. You don’t need the most expensive sink or bathtub when you have hardware that gives off a lavish look.

Warm Feet
Stepping out of the shower onto a cold tile floor can be the most cringing feeling of all time. To keep your feet warm, especially during the cold weather months, look to install radiant heating in your floors. This heating system will keep your floors at a constant and adjustable temperature. As a bonus, you’ll be able to keep a lower temperature in your home when it’s cooler. For this year, check out the ceramic and porcelain tile options.

Bathroom trends come and go like the seasons, but there are some that will remain timeless for years to come. When you remodel your bathroom and need a professional to service your plumbing, install fixtures, or add radiant floor heating, contact the pros at Tri-City Appliance, Plumbing, Heating & Cooling. To learn more, or to schedule an appointment, give us a call at (203) 303-5700