Though it is often the smallest room in a house, the bathroom or powder room is where you can make a big design impact. Because of its size, it’s easier to use interesting or slightly more expensive patterns and textures without them overwhelming the space or your budget. It’s the perfect area to test out your design chops and create a unique space that’s unlike any other.
When you build with EG Home, your dedicated design team will guide you through the process and help you choose selections for every room, including the bathroom! If you have an idea or an inspiration photo, bring it to your Design Center appointment and our designers will help you create the bathroom look you want. Here are a few trends that are popular with our homebuyers today.
Top 4 Bathroom Design Trends
1) Square Wall Tiles
A classic that is making a comeback, square tiles are the perfect accent to liven up a shower wall. Easy to clean and versatile in color, material, and size, you can do no wrong with square wall tiles.
2) Patterned Floors
Patterned floors in geometric tile are HUGE right now in the interior design world. This type of flooring never looks busy in a bathroom or powder room because the space is compact, and you can get as creative as you’d like.
3) Mixed Metals
There’s no hard and fast rule that says all your fixtures must have the exact same finish. Mix it up a bit and combine different, but complementary, metals for your faucet, knobs, handles and pulls. Two of our designers’ favorites are black matte and modern brass. These two paired together really make a bold design statement!
4) Decorative Mirrors
Mirrors can provide so much more than just a place to check your hair or makeup. They also reflect light, making small spaces look larger, and can provide some fresh design appeal. Choose a decorative framed mirror for your bathroom to really enhance the space and create a wow factor.
You can learn more about EG Home’s design process by browsing our online galleries and virtual tours, scheduling an appointment in the Design Center, or contacting us at 203-714-6622 for more information.