Thursday, June 15, 2023

Introducing the Collins Collection

Elegant, Contemporary and Spacious

The much anticipated Collins Collection arrived at our showrooms in 2023 and has been a big success with customers, designers, and contractors. We designed the Collins based on customer feedback, what they liked to see and wanted in their bathroom renovation; the results couldn’t have been any more beautiful. The Collins is a wall-mount or floating design vanity. It features an offset infinity sink integrated within a sturdy solid surface countertop with plenty of storage space in the drawers and cubby for your towels and toiletries. We extended the same wood finishes from our current collections (matte white, natural walnut, natural elm); plus, added a highly desired ash grey finish that incorporates the elegance of wood grain and remains consistent with our contemporary slant that blends well with the patterns and color pallets clients love.  

Natural Elm w/ Infinity Sink
Speaking of options, you may select a right or left-offset infinity sink or a vessel sink perfectly paired with the slimmer 20-inch countertop depth. Like the infinity option, the vessel basin option is available on whichever side you choose. The options continue with your selection of either the matte white or a cement grey solid surface material countertop, for a high-contrast look. Finally, the cabinet handles may be customized to accent your faucet, shower controls, and accessories. You may select polished chrome, brushed nickel, brushed gold, or matte black handle pulls.

Ash Grey w/ Above-Counter Basin

The offset basin gives you a spacious countertop to work with hair dryer, straightener, and other items with plenty of  elbow room. When finished for work or a night out, the drawers provide plenty of storage space for all your cosmetic and hygienic products, allowing you to keep your bathroom free of clutter.

Natural Walnut w/ Above-Counter Basin in Grey

The Collins Collection is available in the following lengths: 42, 48, 60, and 72 inches. We currently have all options in stock and ready to ship. No matter which Collins and options you choose, you will love the look and feel of this contemporary, wall-mounted, open-shelf concept design. Visit one of our showrooms, our website (, or call                    954-935-0070 to discuss with one of our knowledgeable associates and build your everyday spa!

Matte White w/ Brushed Gold Handles

Tuesday, June 7, 2022

Don't Poo Poo the Bidet


Don't Poo Poo the Bidet - Meet the Toto Washlet™

The bidet is probably the latest “discovery” to the American homeowner. Similarly, Toto’s smart seat Washlet™ is a bidet and seat in one that has gotten consumers curious, an option for consumers who may otherwise not be inclined to purchase a separate fixture.

There are several reasons to explore the benefits to adding a Washlet™ on your toilet. Comfort and convenience remain the number one reason consumers have stated as their interest in the Washlet™. The Toto Washlet™ maintains a comfortably warm seat that users find enjoyable, and the gentle clean of warm water makes the “go” a more pleasant bathroom experience. What’s more, there’s no need to use paper to dry off; the Toto Washlet™ dries your tooshie with gentle warm air. How convenient is that? 

Once consumers explore the comforts of using a Washlet™, they soon realize the hygienic superiority of a Washlet™. With an air dryer and remote control (for pulsating, oscillating, and warming features) there is no need to wipe, and the auto-flush feature makes the Toto Washlet™ a truly handsfree experience. Of course, some prefer to use a small amount of paper and expedite the drying process; however, doing the math, you will soon realize that your toilet paper costs have decreased dramatically. Less money going down the drain and less likely to encounter a backed-up commode.

The Great Toilet Paper Shortage of 2020 led consumers to identify with the need for a Washlet™ and began to take notice of the obvious benefits; however, the ecologic and economic advantages make a strong case for leveling-up your toilet with a Washlet™. 

When the COVID pandemic hit and supply chains were disrupted, consumers began stocking-up on bathroom tissue. With bathroom tissue hording and fear of it being out of stock indefinitely, consumers became curious with the bidet. According to a CNN report, the average American uses an estimated 57 squares of toilet paper each day, that’s over 400 rolls per year, or 50 pounds! At that rate, a two-person household will go through an entire tree of TP during that time. If you are an advocate for the environment, knowing you are contributing to the betterment of our planet by using less paper is reason enough to add one of these hygienic and enjoyable Washlets™ to your bathroom. Seen from another metric, reducing your paper consumption would be a cost savings of over $500 per year!

So, whether you are interested in the hands-free hygienic benefits, the economic advantage and cost saving you'll enjoy by using a lot less paper, the lessening of your footprint on the environment, or if all the benefits appeal to you, then you'll will be hard-pressed to find a more comfortable and enjoyable bathroom solution than the Washlet™.

Friday, April 29, 2022

Bathroom Trends for 2022

Bathroom renovations are in the spotlight, and we love the trends we see flourishing in 2022! Gone are the days of rigid utilitarian bathroom designs. The vision for 2022 sees this space as an inviting, spa-like atmosphere. An environment where tranquility stands at the forefront of the design process, with focus on creating a peaceful sense of form and function melded into one luxurious experience. The vision of these bathroom interiors offers much more than purely functional essentials, they are quickly becoming at-home retreats resembling personal spas.

Photo: TotoUSA

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began during the final months of 2019, I think it is safe to say that life hasn’t been the same for anyone. It has turned lives upside-down, impacting how businesses and the world interact with one another. Seems like everything runs a little slower with the current supply chain issues, service-related businesses being short staffed, inflationary pressures, and out of stock products continuing to remain out of stock after many months. However, not just mere inconveniences, physical and mental health conditions have surfaced, and in the face of hardship, we seek to ease our troubles in a variety of ways, one healthy way to adjust is to reflect on the positive effects of the pandemic.

The National Library of Medicine reported on an investigation that studied the effects of COVID-19 on individuals and families. The study revealed that a large proportion of the participants shared common themes in terms of positive effects from the many changes to daily life. The three most common themes were increased family time (33%), greater work flexibility (29%) and ability to enjoy a calmer life (19%). National Institute of Health


As we all begin to return to life as usual, homeowners seek to renovate, which leverages their benefit of a flexible work schedule as they strive for continued enjoyment in a calmer life. What better place than your bathroom to transform into an inviting space, allowing you to relax and enjoy tranquil rejuvenation in a lavish at-home personal retreat?

According to Houzz, modern, transitional, and contemporary styles remain the leading choices for renovated bathrooms. The percentage of homeowners who relax in their renovated bathroom by soaking in the tub was up six points compared to last year, outpacing the share of those who unwind with long showers, Houzz said. Bathroom Place can help bring your dreams to fruition! So, as your bathroom renovation dreams starts to take shape, check out some of the top bathroom trends 2022 has for inspiration!

1. Wet room

This could mean renovating the entire bathroom to include everything in a water-friendly environment or simply grouping the shower and tub together. Many of the designs we see include a showering area with a freestanding tub separated but within the same shared space. A wet room differs from a walk-in shower in that a walk-in shower is not enclosed and may have a raised step into the shower area. There are no “rules” to designing a proper wet room, but should be inviting and tranquil, reflecting the spa-like luxury you envision.

Wet room

Photo: Susan Schwab, Design by company kd

Walk-in shower

Photo: ©Adobe Stock / onzon

2. Classic White

White has been a number one vanity color choice for many years and as far as we can tell, will continue to be a number one choice for bathroom designers and homeowners. Clients choose white for its crisp and clean appearance, which is further accentuated by Bathroom Place’s appeal toward a contemporary and functional design. Everything blends well with white, and below is an example of the simplicity and elegance that the classic look of black and white delivers. This beautiful vanity collection, Parker collection, is available exclusively at Bathroom Place showrooms, shown below in matte white and available in stone grey, natural walnut, and black elm.

We also like the tiled wall, which introduces subtle movement and ties together the coordinating tiled shower area of this tidy space. The half-tiled wall is not only an appealing design but offers a fabulously stylistic and practical backsplash.

     Photo: maderenovation 

3. Textured, patterned and geometric tile

From flooring to walls, textured tile adds dimension and depth to your bathroom space. Textured flooring in showers is a great choice for safety, being anti-slip - as textured flooring may be slightly rough. We love the textured tile look throughout the shower and entire bathroom space.

     Photos: Bathroom Place

A beautifully appointed textured accent wall with a 3-D effect adds tons of interest. We love this disjointed small hexagonal-shaped accent wall, protecting a bare painted wall from splash in this classic shape with an interesting twist.  In years past, hexagon tiles were found in floor tiles, now we see the hexagon tile continuing to grow in popularity, placement, and size.

     Photo: Bathroom Place

Another smartly designed accent wall with textured tile: below, this composition showcases Inolav’s floating vanity from the Logan Collection, constructed of hardwood and natural elm wood, it is complemented with a textured wall behind the vanity and framed with chrome accent borders. Finishing the look with a grey velvety wallpaper on both the left and right of the tall LED mirror, the Hotel Collection. This mirror and others can be found at Bathroom Place showrooms or online.

     Photo: Bathroom Place

From hexagon to herringbone, from subway tiles to Moroccan designs, you are sure to find something that will add elegant accenting to one wall or to your entire bathroom dream space.

Cool blue hues continue to don some of the most elegant bathroom designs. Lighter cool blue shades (such as steel blue and rock grey) and robust blues (such as navy and indigo) range in ambiance from a light and airy feel to a contemporary design with a punch of intensity. 

Depending on the shade of blue, your bathroom may be designed to have a clean, casual, beachy feel or an aura of formal elegance. Below we see a light and airy bathroom designed with a steel blue, grey, and white color pallet. 

This in-home contemporary spa remodel further showcases the elegant, yet relaxed atmosphere, by allowing in a lot of natural sunlight. The open space concept features contemporary floating vanity, premium shower features, and a one-piece, universal height toilet, the Toto SOIRÉE®.

Photo: TotoUSA

4. Introduction of warm tones

Choosing navy blue and indigo hues allows you to create a clean and contemporary space that doesn’t sacrifice the dramatic, ultra-modern style you want. Below we showcase the modern and elegant Adrian Collection in navy blue with gold trim and handle pulls for a touch of warmth. The Adrian, also available with a white, grey or natural walnut finish, delivers spacious organized space with drawers.

     Photo: Bathroom Place

Sure, cool tones continue to be a popular choice for homeowners and designers, but the introduction of warm tones into the same space has been trending into 2022. Warm tones may be introduced by incorporating warm accents, such as the gold trim shown above, or with a natural wood vanity to complement robust blue hues.

     Photo: Axion_Concept

In the photo above, you see the design team at Axion Concept blended many of the fantastic 2022 trends with cool blue hues and Moroccan tiles, incorporating a walk-in shower and tub combo, introducing warm tones with the natural walnut wood from our Parker Collection, all adorned with gold accents and fixtures. 

Bravo, Axion Concept! 

The perfect modern bathroom with Moroccan charm!

This designer chose to introduce warm tones with a creative wood design in the shower. The interesting design checks the box for several of the 2022 popular trends, with wood textured and patterned shower walls, walk-in shower, and contemporary rain shower with handheld – WOW! This shower system, the Holden Collection by Inolav, is sold exclusively at Bathroom Place showrooms. This collection is available in all the popular metal finishes: gold, matte black, brushed nickel and shown here in classic polished chrome. 

     Photo: kbrdesignbuild

Lighting plays a huge role in the overall ambiance and feel of any space, and below we see a fantastic and inviting space, designed using white and warm earth tones. Here the designer used classic white furniture and a white soaking tub, adding warmth and cozy comfort with rosy brown and vanilla peach hues.

Photo: 641West Design 

5. LED Lighting & Mirrors

One of the most frequent complaints we hear from homeowners is the poor lighting currently in their bathroom. Recessed lights are a great solution used to achieve proper illumination throughout the bathroom space. The designer usually aims to spread out the light source positions to best effectively mimic natural light. You may also choose accent lighting to target and brighten décor elements, such as wall art or architectural features. Task lighting is another important lighting consideration. 

Task lighting helps to illuminate specific activities, such as detailed makeup application and hair styling where beauty lighting is most appreciated. Beauty lighting is used in the fashion and modeling industry  and helps to soften your features by casting light in all  directions, which softens shadows and allows for detailed  makeup application and hair styling.

Featured below, an infrared (IR) sensor to turn on/off LED lighting - we love the touchless feature.

When applying makeup, a couple additional features that LED mirrors may offer is the ability to change the color temperature to match the lighting conditions you will be under, and with the cabinet mirror, a 5x magnifying detailing mirror provides the precision you need to apply makeup around the eyes and lips. 

Lighting on some mirrors allow the user to apply makeup under cool, soft white, and warm color hues. Soft white will be warm but just beginning to show cool, which is ideal for applying makeup. Since natural daylight is the most flattering type of light, a bulb that matches this color is the best choice.

Cool temperature        

Soft white temperature

Warm temperature       

The convenient plug for all your hair accessories is a charming and useful feature of the LED cabinet mirror, shown here in 24 inches, also available in 42 inches and may be flush wall mounted or recessed. 

Here we see a practical and elegant way to add task lighting in your bathroom, the illuminated or LED mirror. Designer, Rose Architects, shows how to illuminate a bathroom space with proper ambient, accent, and task lighting. Displayed here, we see our Legacy LED mirrors side by side in this gorgeous master bathroom. The sleek styling of these mirrors creates an elegant showpiece full of depth and functionality.

Photo: rosearchitects

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Bathroom Trends for 2019

Style Your Bathroom in 2019 With These Six Trends

A bathroom is so much more than a functional area. A bathroom is expected to be relaxing and provide peace and tranquility while maintaining basic functional requirements. With the extensive variety of themes, designs, and customizable appliances and decor, designing a bathroom can be quite the challenge.

As bathroom trends have progressed over the years, architectural designers are allocating more and more space into the standard washroom. Traditionally, there was an ideal amount of room to fit a bathtub and supplies. New trends and appliances are expanding this outdated and crammed look, into maximizing the space and functionality within a design. The beauty and skill in the art of a good design is to meet your functional needs within a budget, while providing an appropriate look to compliment your home aesthetic.

Keeping in mind that the bathroom is one of the designated safe spaces in the home along with the aesthetic setting the general tone for the home, the bathroom is one of the most important rooms in the house.

Take a look at these six hot up and coming trends for bathrooms in 2019 that will help you find balance with your budget and a captivating bathroom design.

Tasteful Technological Touches 

With technology exponentially increasing over the course of the last decade, it is not surprising to see some breakthrough in the bathroom design to modernize your look. LED mirrors, motion detecting faucets and even heating towel racks have been making their way to the top of the trends list for 2019. Make way for easy on/off timer settings for your Smart Showers that can be controlled wirelessly along with a built-in Bluetooth speaker systems to bring luxury and elegance into your daily routine.

A Water Space

To maximize your space along with streamlining beautiful designs, water spaces are becoming more and more frequently utilized. Sharing a bathtub and shower on the same side of the divider, it provides a sharp segmentation to the composition of the bathroom. Having an open, fully tiled shower area drastically increases the overall space of your room and provides ample room for bringing any sleek aesthetic to life.

Industrial Style Fixtures

Exposing your hardware in unison with brass and gold vintage fixtures are returning to provide your bathroom with an open and sleek look. In the past, showing the pipes has been seen as a big no-no in the architecture world; but now more homeowners are choosing to leave them visible for an industrial look. Bulbs without fixture covers, hardwood floors, and frame less glass showers can contribute to a great industrial themed bathroom.

Asymmetrical Decor

Following the topic of consolidation to maximize space in the bathroom, asymmetrical mirrors are slowly being incorporated as a commonality across most new trends and designs. Breaking away from the perfect symmetry and adding a nuance to the feel of the bathroom design, an asymmetrical mirror may be the missing touch to your new bathroom arrangement. Choose an over sized mirror for your single sink vanity or two smaller asymmetrical mirrors for your double bathroom vanity.

Natural Materials 

Wooden accents, wooden tiling and even wooden appliances are being employed to create a warm aesthetic while maintaining a charismatic design for your bathroom needs. While wood itself is not particularly waterproof, there are coatings that can establish water resistant or waterproof attributes to your design theme. An easy way to incorporate wood into your bathroom renovation is with the installation of a wooden vanity with a quartz counter top.

Patterned Tile Everywhere

From the floor to the shower walls, expect to see tile incorporated into bathroom renovations in 2019. While subway tile was everywhere in 2018, we’re excited to see patterned tile pieces in unique shapes in 2019. These eye-catching tile pieces are available in hexagon, diamond, mosaic, triangle, and octagon shapes.

Are you planning to renovate your bathroom in 2019? We want to hear what’s the biggest trend you’re looking forward to see in bathroom design next year! Tell us in the comments below.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

5 Reasons To Consider a Frameless Shower Door

When it comes to changing the overall look and feel of your bathroom, you don’t always have to commit to an entire remodel to get the luxurious look you want. Even switching out small parts of your bathroom can make a huge difference to the overall feel of the room. One way to turn your bathroom into a masterpiece is by making the simple switch to frameless shower doors​. These modern luxuries not only improve the aesthetic of your bathroom but also offer other great benefits as well:

frameless shower door
Although looks aren’t everything, there’s no question that they’re in the back of your mind, especially during a remodel. The great th almost every single look. The clean, sleek design allows them to fit in with any color, texture or theme that you have going on.

Not only do they blend well, but they also transform the entire look of your bathroom. Instead of having a shabby old curtain making your space look old and traditional, a simple glass sliding shower door ​makes your bathroom look cleaner and more modern. Let’s be honest - it does look quite nice!

Better for Preventing Mold Growth
If their good looks aren’t enough for you to make the switch, cleanliness and sanitation are additional reasons you should consider a frameless shower door. We can all agree that the mold and mildew that collect in the corner of the shower are not always the most appealing things to deal with. However, with a frameless shower enclosure,​ you don’t have to worry about the frame collecting mold or mildew because it’s not even in contact with the wall!

In addition, glass shower doors are also much easier to clean and maintain. With just a couple of sprays of cleanser and a hand towel, you can ensure that your door stays squeaky clean.

Create an Illusion of Space
No matter what your style may be, odds are that cramped and cluttered is not the look that you’re going for. These clear glass doors give you the illusion of space and make the room look a lot bigger than it may be. The open-look shower requires no extra space for your flowy curtains. The sleek design of the doors makes it easy for them to slide side-to-side, saving you much-needed space.

Long-Lasting Another thing to consider is the longevity of the glass door. If you’re looking to redesign your bathroom, odds are that you’re probably going to be staying in your home awhile. Instead of running to the store every time your curtain liner collects mold or your shower frame starts to rot, you can save yourself the time and money by investing in a long-lasting solution.

Since these frameless shower doors are resistant to mold and mildew buildup, the sturdy glass is sure to look fantastic for a long time. In addition, since this sleek design is timeless, you won’t ever have to worry about it going out of style.

Customizable One last thing to consider is the customizability of the frameless shower doors. Since it’s unlikely that your shower is just the same as your neighbors’, you can easily find frameless shower doors that are fit to your specific shower.

Not only can you customize sizes, but you can pick certain finishes and colors to match your specific liking. There are loads of different types of frameless showers, and the best part is that you can even find some that open on both ends. There’s no limit to what you can do with these frameless shower doors!

When it comes to achieving a luxurious look, it doesn’t always involve a complete makeover. Simply switching your old curtain for a frameless glass shower door can transform your ordinary bathroom into one that’s fit for royalty. With functional and aesthetic benefits, why not make the switch?

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

4 Tips for Choosing the Right Bathroom Vanity

Whether you’re a born interior designer or just someone who’s just looking for a bit of a change, picking the right vanity for your bathroom can be quite the challenge. With so many options to choose from and a variety of things to take into consideration, we can understand why you might be a little wary on taking the task. However, finding the perfect vanity can be a lot easier when you have an idea of what you’re looking for. If you’re having trouble finding your dream vanity, here are some tips you should consider before swiping that credit card:

1. Cater to the people who will be using it the most

Depending on which bathroom you’re looking to add to, the people who are going to be using it can be an incredibly important factor when deciding which vanity to go for. Each bathroom of the house serves a unique main purpose and is most likely to have different visitors. Here are some ways each bathroom can lead to a different vanity:

Master bathroom

The master bathroom is obviously going to be the biggest, most spacious bathroom in the house. However, it’s also most likely going to need a vanity that is fit for two. If that is the case, you want to look into a vanity that has two sinks and ample counter space for you and your partner. No one likes fighting for sink space, right?

Kids/Teenager bathroom

If you’re looking for a vanity to fill a kid, teenager or other guest’s bathroom, you should take into consideration their needs. If they’re the type who walk in and out of the bathroom just when they need to, they’re not going to need a huge mirror and a spacious counter. However, if they’re the type to spend hours getting ready and doing all their hair and makeup, you should probably go for the fluorescent lighted mirror and the wide countertop.

Guest bathrooms

These are going to be the bathrooms that are typically closest to the living room and kitchens that guests use when they’re visiting your home. For most people, this is the bathroom that they want to have the tidiest, simplest and best aesthetic. Although you may not spend too much time in here, there’s no question that everybody wants to leave a good impression on their guests. For this, a huge vanity is not necessary since the most that people will do is wash their hands. Opting for a modern single sink bathroom vanity is best for this small space. However, if you want to keep things nice and tidy, looking into a vanity that has aesthetic ways to store things like extra toilet paper, towels and soap could help show off your design skills.

2. Make sure it fits in with the bathroom style/theme

While the vanity you choose may look absolutely gorgeous by itself, you want to make sure it fits in with the rest of the bathroom decor. Whether you’re starting from scratch or just adding a vanity to what you already have, choosing a vanity without thinking of what is going to be around it will make it stick out like a sore thumb. Think about the color scheme and overall vibe you want your bathroom to have and go with that!

Modern Style

Antique Style

3. Don’t just go for the prettiest one

We’ve all been told thousands of times not to judge a book by its cover. In this case, that’s seriously one of the last things you want to do. When it comes to choosing a vanity, it’s important to do your research. Since this piece of furniture is going to be around water all the time, the vanity you choose must be able to withstand constant moisture and humidity. Take a look at what materials are used to make the vanity and how well they can withstand the unique environment of the bathroom before clicking “buy” on the one you think looks the best.

4. Look into the amount of storage it can hold

At the end of the day, it’s important to make sure you don’t forget the main purpose of having a bathroom vanity. Not only does it tie in the entire bathroom aesthetic, it is also mainly a way to save space by creating a compact area in which you can have a mirror, sink, counter space and cabinets. If you’re really looking to keep a nice, clean bathroom, the key is utilizing space in the most efficient way possible.

Before you buy your bathroom vanity online, make sure to research the cabinet space and compare it to the one you have now. If your old vanity is overflowing and this new one only has half the space of your old one, you may want to reconsider.

As long as you keep in mind these 4 tips, we’re sure that choosing the perfect vanity will seem like an absolute breeze! Found the one you were looking for? Share your experiences with us below!

Monday, July 16, 2018

5 Bathroom Decorating Tips for the Summer

The long days of summer provide the perfect opportunity for a big DIY project. We can all agree that something about the fresh summer breeze makes us eager for a big, drastic change. If you’re looking for a new look for your bathroom but don’t quite know where to start, here are some themes that may give you some inspiration:

Beach/Ocean Look

One of the best parts about summer is the endless trips to the beach. However, just because summer eventually comes to an end doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the beach all year round. Believe it or not, achieving the perfect beach theme doesn’t require pounds of sand and a close-up view of the beach.

Simple things such as jars filled with sand and shells can help add to your whole beach aesthetic. The key to this theme is to keep the colors light and bright. Switching up your floors to a white or beige wood is one easy way to alter the entire look of the room. Filling the bathroom with your favorite parts of the beach is the best way to make this your ultimate paradise!

Jungle Outdoorsy

If you’re looking for a place to escape from the stress of a long day, going with an outdoorsy jungle theme is the perfect way to achieve a true sanctuary for relaxation. Changing your walls and floors to a dark stone or brick can really turn the entire look of the room around. In addition, adding a bunch of different types of green plants are a must-have to get the ultimate jungle theme.

Mimicking waterfalls with a cascade-style faucet for bathtubs and sinks can also provide soothing sounds that will take your mind on a trip outdoors. For this theme, even the lighting can play a huge role. Having low lighting or focusing on natural light will give the illusion that you’re outside. With this combination, you’ll feel like you’re miles from home!

Modern Contemporary

There’s no doubt that the futuristic, clean, simple look is all the rage these days. Going for a modern bath is a great way to make the bathroom a place where you can go to relax and unwind. A timeless design, remodeling your bathroom in this theme will upscale the look of your entire home. The key to achieving this particular theme is to keep things simple and stay away from patterns. Whether you love a mix of shades or want to go for an all-white theme, it’s important to stick to neutral shades such as black, white and gray.
Switching out your bathtub to one that is freestanding and spacious is a quick way to turn this theme into a reality. Not only is it perfect for long baths, but it can also contribute to the overall look of the room. Create the illusion of space by using big vanity mirrors and glass shower doors. Not only will it make the room seem bigger, but it will also help you feel more relaxed!

Bohemian Style

If you’re not one to stick to trends and basic decorating styles, going with a bohemian theme is a great way to explore new things that stand out from the typical bath. This carefree, earthy theme is perfect for those who have a traveler’s mind. With a focus on experiencing new cultures, there’s no right way to reach the bohemian style of decorating.

The important thing to remember is that this theme heavily focuses on intricate patterns and designs. Filling your walls and floors with detailed art is a great way to get started. You can also place a few plants here and there to add to the aesthetic. In addition, things like beaded curtains are a good final touch to really go all in on this style.


For those who are just looking for a simple remodel to revamp their bathroom, going with pastels is a simple way to upgrade without completely transforming it. This is perfect for those who want to clean up the overall bathroom look without the intention of creating a weekend getaway spot. This is also great for smaller bathrooms (all other bathrooms other than the master bathroom) that just need a little help.

Painting the walls white or any pastel color can create a clean, soft look for the entire room. We recommend going for the white walls and adding pastel colored towels, cabinets, mirror frames or flowers. This simple theme is super easy and fun to achieve.

When remodeling your bathroom, it’s important to remember that you don’t have to do it all at once. One of the best things about a bathroom remodel is that you can take it step by step. Even changing simple things like the sink, tub or wall color can completely transform the whole vibe. After all the hard work you put in, you’ll have the ultimate relaxation spot in no time!