Do you watch home design shows and fantasize about renovating your own outdated spaces, especially the bathroom? Stop dreaming and call Central Construction Group, Indianapolis’ premiere remodeling and construction professional.
One of the most popular home improvement projects, bathroom remodels increase home values. Whether you plan to sell your home or simply want a modern upgrade, CCG’s interior designers can help. Well-versed in the latest home trends, our design experts lead you every step of the way, from picking the perfect paint color to selecting fixtures and flooring.
Fixtures create spa-like atmosphere
Natural, spa-like spaces remain trendy. To achieve this look, focus on fixtures such as freestanding bathtubs and tiled, walk-in showers with clear glass doors. Door-free showers are also popular. Functional and cost-effective, door-free showers are ideal for those with mobility issues and can be installed in bathrooms of all shapes and sizes.
To create the illusion of space, consider a floating vanity. Anchored above the floor, floating vanities allow for easy cleaning and ample storage. Plus, their unique design shows off more of your new floor. The functional design makes them popular for all ages as they easily accommodate stepstools, walkers and wheelchairs.
Wall space increases style, storage potential
If limited floor space creates storage concerns, utilize wall space. While a medicine cabinet might seem like something you’d find in your grandma’s bathroom, today’s market offers many stylish solutions that pair well with floating vanities, such as those with framed and recessed features.
Wall-mounted backlit vanity mirrors are also a hot trend and could come in handy when applying makeup for a new Tik-Tok tutorial, or when you need extra light for something more practical like brushing your toddler’s teeth. Plus, back-lit mirrors often promote energy savings and offer fun options, like anti-fog control or motion sensors.
Color is everything
While many spa-inspired bathrooms focus on light wood tones such as oak or clear hickory, sometimes it’s better to see things in black and white. Black fixtures add unexpected visual appeal while white subway tiles provide a clean, crisp look.
Can’t decide? Contact CCG at (317) 213-6246 and schedule a no-obligation consultation.