10 Bathroom Decor Trends To Expect In 2017

Not all style and design trend are usually the same. Although a lot of classic designs will never go out of style, some have a limited half-life.

 

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Graphic Floor Tiles

Graphic designed floor ceramic tiles are definitely hot, hot, and hot. However styles change. And once they do, a tiled floor is merely not something you can simply replace.

 

Wall Mounted Faucets

Wall-mounted faucets set particularly nicely with counter-mounted sink bowls. Just keep in mind that all of the plumbing pipes are actually behind a wall which is most likely been tiled over.

 

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No-Threshold Showers

The no-threshold shower area is well-known for any purpose. Having a shower that opens effortlessly on the remaining portion of the bathroom can make a clean, modern artistic, although enhancing accessibility.

 

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Skipping the Bathtub

So many people are forgoing the tub inside the master bath entirely, and setting up large, lavish showers.

 

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Barn Doors

Barn doors are basically almost everywhere nowadays.

 

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Showers Sans Doors

Lots of huge bath areas have been designed without doors.

 

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Fish Scale Tiles

Fish scale ceramic tiles could be trending on bathroom walls, though the mermaid aesthetic is a little available for much more traditional choices.

 

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Wood on the Ceiling

If you want your ceilings to last for several maintenance-free years, you might want to think about a traditional ceiling designed in a coat of paint rated for high-moisture areas.

 

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Detached Tubs

Freestanding bathtubs express a sense of extravagance that built-in tubs essentially cannot provide.

 

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Bare Pipes

If you wish to include the industrial pipe consider your bathroom design, think of using pipes as curtain rods inside the shower or on the window instead.