The bathrooms of yesteryear were often overlooked as functional rooms without much style. That has changed greatly over the years with the importance of the master bathroom following only the kitchen in resale evaluations.
So what to today's baths look like? Here are some of the trends builders and remodelers across the nation are reporting.
White and off-white remain the top color schemes followed by beige or brown. Rising in popularity are colors in the grey family.
Granite has typically been the go to surface material but quartz is narrowing the gap dramatically.
Ceramic tile flooring remains the most popular floor option followed by natural stone flooring.
New bathrooms are better lit - both with natural and artificial light.
Grab bars, once only installed on an as-needed basis are being requested more frequently. Many at-home accidents occur in the bathroom and as the Baby Boomers age they are planning ahead with safety in mind.
His and hers vanities are extremely popular even in smaller baths. Storage options are essential with more drawers and dividers being incorporated into the layout.
What would your dream bathroom look like?