Its spring time, which means all the new lines of product are starting to arrive. Thinking your bathroom needs a new look but not really sure where to start? Don’t worry we at Slaman’s have been asked that quite a bit lately, so we compiled a list of a few of the top trends that homeowners are looking for this spring.

Smart Storage

Storage space in our professional opinion will never go out of style, well because everybody is always looking for more space. Whenever possible, take advantage of vertical space and take your cabinetry up the wall. Have a small bathroom and built in storage not a good option, try incorporating an antique piece of furniture. As ever, open shelving is still a very popular trend that shows to be quite practical in the bathroom.

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Stay Classic

As a remodeling company we tend find that classic whites never go out of style, just like wearing sandals in the summer will always happen. We know your worrying about the dirt being seen, but the elegance and timeless look will have your guests aspiring to remodel their own bathroom.

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Three-Dimensional Tile

These 3-D tiles are not only inviting to touch, but bringing a modernistic approach with a touch of some old school funk. You can combine them in a fun pattern to really make your bathroom pop.

Three-dimensional tile come in a variety of styles from asymmetric to symmetric patterns.

Deluxe Showers

These just sound inviting. According to the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), showers are becoming far more popular than tubs. With high-tech spa-like body sprays, water jets and shower-heads are becoming more ordinary. Remodeled master bathrooms are having fully enclosed steam showers with multiple shower-heads installed.

Some homeowners are even going as far as having walk-in showers with portable benches for an added luxury!

Need more ideas? Check out our bathroom portfolio here!

Looking Ahead?

The National Kitchen and Bath Association (NBKA) also reports that pet washing zones and built-in kitty litter boxes are on the increase in bathroom remodels. As a fellow pet owner, this sounds fantastic! These showers get built with an extra handheld, waist-high spray allows you to give your dog an easy wash!



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