2020 showed us how lucky we are when we love our homes. When you’re spending 90% of your days at home, it’s great to have your own indoor oasis. For many of us, that place is the bathroom. With a well-designed bathroom, taking a long relaxing bath can make you feel like you’re in a spa and out of the home. Check out these top 2021 bathroom design trends below, so you can create an indoor sanctuary.
Stand Alone Soaking Tubs
Many bathrooms come with a standard shower and tub combination. While this may be a good space saver, its popularity has waned. Now, new home builders in St. Louis and all around the state are choosing to build personalized bathrooms with separate showers and bathtubs.
These features take homeowners back a few decades to simpler times. While this style may induce some nostalgia, the trend is no longer for the history books. With modern bathtubs and unique bathroom designs, this is a leading style for the new year.
Imagine taking a bath in a Japanese forest, with cherry blossoms, greenery, and birds surrounding you. This can become your daily life with custom wall designs in your bathroom.
Many homeowners have looked to up the creativity in their bathrooms through the use of plasters, murals, paintings, and more. These additives add a sense of luxury to the bathroom. And with your preferred design, you’ll truly have your own haven.
Stylish Medicine Cabinets
Over the past decade, it may have seemed difficult to find a home with medicine cabinets in the bathroom. However, that has changed recently. St. Louis home builders have begun prioritizing these features for the utility and discretion they offer homeowners.
Medicine cabinets can be well hidden behind attractive mirrors. To spice things up, you can add backlighting to your mirror to further improve the ambiance of your bathroom.
Similar to medicine cabinets, built-in storage is a highly sought-after feature in bathrooms. This trend is stylish, and it reduces the need for cabinets, drawers, and other storage structures.
Built-in storage may come with many new homes, but it’s also an easy addition to any home. These features add a classy yet simple look while simultaneously providing great utility.
Have Questions? Our Home Building Experts Can Help
Bathrooms come in all shapes and sizes with different features and styles. Choosing the right style and design of a bathroom is all dependent on your preferences. If you want to learn more about modern bathroom design trends, contact Rolwes Company today.
This post was written by Madison Nedrig