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Bath Remodeling in Jacksonville: 3 Top Trends

Forget about boring white makeovers. Today’s bath remodeling, especially in sunlight-splashed Jacksonville, is an explosion of colors and textures. It’s all about pampering yourself, no matter how small the budget.

Forget about boring white makeovers. Today’s bath remodeling, especially in sunlight-splashed Jacksonville, is an explosion of colors and textures. It’s all about pampering yourself, no matter how small the budget. DIY-ers and professional contractors alike are taking elements from other rooms in the house to create fresh and exciting looks for modern bathrooms. These looks are far from traditional, but have enough flair to become traditions themselves.

Glass Tile

Often thought of as high-end and expensive, glass tile can give a room a jewel-like feeling and has a texture that’s ideal for bathroom walls. Far from the trendy, intricate product of years ago, glass tile now comes in sheets that homeowners can easily install themselves. Designs range from tiny, 1-inch squares that form intricate mosaics, to larger glass squares designed to look like old-fashioned subway tiles.

Not just a replacement wall covering for full-bathroom makeovers, glass tiles are doing double-duty as decorative accents. Some homeowners are installing a single colorful panel behind the sink or are tiling only inside the shower or behind the tub to give an otherwise-plain room a splash of color.

Furniture Elements

The goal for many homeowners doing bath remodeling is to turn an ordinary bathroom into an oasis of relaxation. Toward that end, they are adding cozy furniture elements into the room to make it more homey and inviting. Depending on the size of the room, you can use either small accents or entire furniture pieces.

One of the most decadent of bathroom additions is the wall-mounted bathroom fireplace. Once the province of living rooms and dens, small gas fireplaces turn any bathroom into a cozy retreat. You could also opt for a smaller-scale change, like adding a picture frame to the bathroom mirror. Small bookshelves also fit in nicely with furniture decor and can hold rolled towels, toiletries, and hair appliances such as dryers and curling irons.

Different lights can also significantly change the look of a bathroom. Lighting doesn’t have to be boring white orbs; living room lamps and even decorative chandeliers give the same light with a much-improved look.

Bold Colors

For decades, bathrooms have typically been white or pastel colors, sometimes with black tile accents. But now, nothing looks more dated than old pastel tiles on the wall. Bright, bold colors will give your bathroom a style that brings it into the future.

Blue is a traditional color for bathrooms, but today’s hue is vibrant and strong. Another popular side of the color wheel is pinks and reds, which add a startling pop of color. Bold colors work as backsplash walls behind the sink, as a tub surround, and even as a surprise of color in the inside of a drawer. Looking through wallpaper patterns is a great place to get ideas, but paint is simpler, both for entire walls and for accent touches.

When it comes to remodeling your bathroom, there’s no need to hold back on the creativity. New colors and easy-to-install materials can make this room a place of beauty and relaxation.

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