Come 2015, we can expect to see a major overhaul in a different room of the house — the bathroom. Everything from sinks and color schemes to tubs and tiles will see some sort of upgrade, according to the National Kitchen and Bath Association’s style report.
There is a move toward simplicity in a cleaner, more contemporary way. That’s not to say they are going to completely lose their cozy, rustic charm for all-out glamour, but they will have cleaner lines and more minimalist modern vibe.
Forget about glass-encased showers — these days it’s all about the soaking, free-standing tubs, as well as curbless showers.
While all white is still an incredibly popular choice for a bathroom (along with blue and beige), the National Kitchen and Bath Association found shades of gray to be the fastest-growing shade for the bathroom 2015.
There are many options out there besides marble and granite. Quartz, a huge player for 2015, is one of them. Not only is quartz beautiful, durable, and less maintenance…it will reduce your overall expense in the long run.
Why let kitchens have all the fun with the dramatic, daring, and adventurous tile? Bold tile trends are here to stay so skip the subway tile and opt for something that more of a statement.