Your bathroom is supposed to be your personal sanctuary, a space where you can relax and be at ease. But to do that, your bathroom needs to be free of clutter, physical and visual. If you’re looking for a bathroom style that has an uncluttered look with clean lines and minimal ornamentation, you might want to consider remodeling your old bathroom into a contemporary bathroom.
Here’s how you can get the contemporary look.
Stick to Neutral Colors
Neutral colors like white, gray and brown help create a calm and inviting bathroom atmosphere. And as an added benefit, neutral colors never go out of style.
Install Black Bathroom Fixtures
One way of incorporating a black-and-white color palette (which is popular in contemporary bathrooms) is to swap your old bathroom fixtures with black fixtures to give your bathroom a contemporary look.
Here’s a tip: a black-and-white color palette produces high contrast. But if you want something more muted or varied, you can try combining sophisticated neutrals such as taupe, mushroom and ivory or bold accent hues, such as teal, navy, yellow and gold.
Keep in mind mixing and matching different hues and colors can be tricky. That’s why if you’re having trouble choosing a color palette, don’t hesitate to consult one of your local home builders.
Install a Glass Shower Enclosure
Simple and elegant, a glass shower enclosure provides a clean, contemporary look. Here’s a tip: to give the illusion of a larger bathroom, we recommend choosing a shower enclosure with frameless shower doors.
Install a Freestanding Tub
If you prefer long soaks in a tub over taking quick showers, we recommend installing a clean-lined freestanding tub that can be used as the focal point (a feature that can draw attention to areas you want to highlight) in your bathroom.
Krier’s Construction, a family-owned company with over 34 years of experience, offers professional bathroom remodeling services as well as quality replacement windows. To get a free estimate, call us at (920) 949-8517, or fill out this form. We serve homeowners in Appleton, Fond du Lac and Neenah as well as the surrounding communities.