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5 Trendy Bathroom Remodeling Ideas to Implement in Your Home February 7, 2018

Kailua, Koolaupoko
5 Trendy Bathroom Remodeling Ideas to Implement in Your Home, Koolaupoko, Hawaii

Many homeowners love the idea of giving their bathroom a modern upgrade. After all, this room is both functional and a relaxing oasis from the chaos of the rest of the house. Yet, plenty of homeowners shy away from a remodeling project simply because they don’t know what to change. Thankfully, the list below can help you gain some inspiration with these trendy bathroom ideas.

Top 5 Bathroom Remodeling Ideas

1. Upscale Lighting

Many bathrooms use harsh, bright lighting, which requires a significant amount of energy and dampens your overall bathroom experience. By upgrading your lighting design, you can create a beautiful oasis. LED lighting typically offers enhanced energy efficiency and a great design. For your ideal lighting scheme, incorporate task lighting and consider backlighting walls and mirrors.

2. Metallic Tiles

Today’s trends also provide eye-catching options that will truly make your bathroom unique, and metallic wall tiles are one of these options, reflecting light and reminding many people of the high-tech age in which they live. You can also achieve a metallic look through special paints if you prefer a simpler process.

3. Floating Vanity

remodelingAnother trend is to create designs that help a bathroom appear larger. One of the best ways to do this is by opening the space with a floating vanity. Rather than having counters that reach the floor, your bathroom’s vanity will be secured to the wall and give an appearance that it’s floating.

4. Integrated Sink

If you love easy maintenance and minimalist styles, consider an integrated sink. These features are made of the same material and design as the counter, creating a simple, flowing appearance. They’re also easy to maintain, as there are no seams to trap water and dirt.

5. Bold Flooring

Traditional bathrooms tend to maintain neutral colors, such as white or beige, to showcase beautiful elements. However, a bold flooring choice, such as one with a graphic and geometric pattern, can truly enhance the rest of your room.


Whether you’ve already chosen your remodeling projects or need a little guidance, the experts at R. Clary Builders will help. Based in Kailua, HI, these home design professionals offer complete renovations with a team of licensed and experienced contractors. To learn more about how they will help you, reach out to a friendly representative by calling (808) 263-4463. You can also find more information about their services on their website.
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