2013 Bath Designs Trends
For many homeowners, the New Year will include a new bathroom! Of course, this is also because - in addition to kitchens - bathrooms are one of the most popular remodeling projects for adding value to homes and achieving a high return on investment. So what will be some of the most popular ways to achieve beautiful and timeless bathroom designs in 2013? To find out, let's take a look at some of the top trends predicted for bathroom designs in 2013
Luxurious bathtubs will be one of the top trends for 2013 bathrooms. From well-insulated stone tubs to trendy freestanding tub styles to technologically-advanced Jacuzzis, bathtubs that add five-star spa quality will be a top priority for 2013 bathroom remodels.
State of the art features will be another top bathroom trend next year. Some of the high-tech, luxury amenities that will be popular to incorporate into new bathrooms include cutting edge ventilation systems, jets and shower heads.
The last bathroom trend most worthy of discussion relates to ambiance. In order to create a naturally soothing and luxurious environment, more and more homeowners and designers are flooding bathrooms with natural light by installing large windows and/or sunroofs. And to ensure finishes that will shine beautifully, natural materials and calming, neutral tones will continue to be the most popular surface options for 2013 bathroom designs.
As you can see, 2013 bathrooms are all about luxury and comfort. As one source put it, "The entire image and utility of bathrooms has changed; they have now taken up the role of providing a relaxing and rejuvenating experience. People have started using their bathroom time as personal moments of peace, minus all the clutter and noise."
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