Top Bath Trends for 2016

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According to the 2016 Design Trends Survey, neutral colors, modern design, built-in storage, and hand showers are high on the list for today’s bathrooms.  Beyond inspiring fantastic design, these upgrades are making our daily lives a lot easier!

Take a glimpse at the most popular new trends and imagine the possibilities for your next bathroom makeover.

Top 7 Bathroom Trends for 2016


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  1. Circadian LED Light Systems:  “Tuning” your light fixtures to regular sleep-wake cycles, combined with natural sunlight streaming in through windows will be a primary focus in new bathroom design.
  2. Timber Tops: From teak shower seats to duckboard flooring, wood is looking brilliant and bringing home the organic feel under our feet, over the countertops and up the walls in the bathroom.
  3. Touch Tempting: From organic-looking sinks to textured walls, tactile finishes and natural stone are also in high demand.
  4. Oversized Tile: Big and robust tile installed in broad patterns on walls and floors is dictating a more back-to-basics composition–as opposed to the intricate tile patterns and detailed nuances previously favored.
  5. Dual Showerheads:  The large rain showerhead paired with a hand-held is the most popular bathing option. Yet, we have seen two oversized rain showerheads featured side by side in a large stall shower– a look that fosters sharing and holds water for energy-savings, too!
  6. Storage Genius: Unique solutions are as aesthetically pleasing as they are functional. The fantastic creativity provides plenty of hideaway space and makes a design statement with clever clutter control in mind!
  7. The Clean Slate:  We are seeing mostly neutral and organic hues with accents of blue and green.  A wall of color or a few natural green plants are high on the list for customizing a harmonious balance.

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The color on the walls in your bathroom can influence your mood.  A soft green in a bathroom can aid digestion, while blue, linked to flowing rivers, seas and lakes, is said to keep the water in the room flowing swiftly, which is beneficial.”

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What are you hoping to see in your next bathroom reno?

Maybe an LED color-infused shower, Vitamin C-enriched air filtration or LED bath lighting set to the rising and setting of the sun?  Tell us in the comments below!


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