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A bathroom vanity says a lot about the room it is in. Because of how little space bathrooms often occupy, the vanity is usually the point of focus for aesthetics and use.

But, just like with all bathroom remodeling trends, styles lose and gain popularity depending on the season and year.

So to help you out, here are 5 trends in bathroom vanities for those interested in stepping up their bathroom game this year.

1. Black is in. Yes, painting a vanity black is starting to take off this year. If a new coat of paint isn't in the cards, consider adding black accents, like a new faucet or hardware. 

2. Gravity-defying vanities are picking up steam. Though not as space-aged as they sound, wall-mounted vanities look great and give a little extra space below for those interested in creating their own organizational methods.

3. Rustic vanities that recall the days of old are finding their way into bathrooms everywhere. Called "Modern Rustic," vanities that evoke this period's design bring a vintage and warm feel to any bathroom. For real rustic, consider refinishing an old cabinet and doing it yourself.

4. Add a bowl topper for chic and classy. Vessel-topped vanities are alluring because they are unique and eye-catching. Though originally designed to mimic cottage styles, new designs are showing homeowners that bowls are coming full circle, and are ready for the modern home.

5. Once, pedestal style sinks ruled bathroom design. Then modern took over. However, after a short absence, pedestal sinks are back with a vengeance. The charm they bring is unparalleled, and for those who like classic blended with elegant, a pedestal sink is the way to go.

A bathroom remodel isn't complete without a new vanity. It's important to remember, however, that you choose what suits your taste and design, not just what is popular. Because when it's said and done, your bathroom should be about you and your needs.

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735166b7-3ebe-499b-f33b-055a02ad0bdcWhen prioritizing the list of remodels they want to do in their home, many homeowners put their bathroom at the top of their list. This decision is generally driven by the amount of time individuals spend in their bathroom each day, and the amount to which the use of this room could be improved by remodeling it. This can be a smart decision for homeowners to make as bathroom remodels can go a long way in adding to the value of a home. However, before you begin renovating your bathroom, here are a few things you should take into consideration before you begin your bathroom remodel.

Do you need a bathtub?

Many homeowners feel as if they are supposed to have a bathtub in their home. However, if you are trying to customize your bathroom, you should consider your bathroom routine when deciding what you will include in your renovation. If you are the type of person who does not take baths, it may not be necessary to include a bathtub in your remodel. Removing the bathtub from your bathroom could free up space in during the renovation for other add-ons.

Shower Options

Today, the options for what you can include in your shower are almost endless. From various heads, sprays, and nozzles, to different lighting options, you have the ability to create a shower that would outshine anything from even the fanciest resort. Thusly, before you begin your remodel, you should decide what type of shower you would like. Is a traditional showerhead fine, or would you like to have a rain shower put in? You could even choose to have a steam shower in your bathroom.

Amenities

Just as the possibilities are endless for how you can customize your shower, there are even more options available for amenities you can add to your bathroom to add to its spa feel. Whether you would like to add heated towel racks and floors, or a sophisticated sound system, your bathroom can be as simple or as extravagant as you choose it to be. Many homeowners are even choosing to have a TV installed in their renovated bathroom.

As you can see, there are many decisions you will have to make before you begin your bathroom remodel. This can often leave homeowners feeling overwhelmed by the decisions, as well as the amount of work, that lies ahead of them. Thusly, it could be advantages for you to hire a professional to take care of the remodel process for you, as you will have enough to take care of making choices for your bathroom remodel.

 

 

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