When you think about your bathroom most people think of the bathroom as a place to escape and wash away the world for a brief time. When wanting to add value to your home you update the bathroom. Every year you have trends so let’s look at what the 2017 trends are for your bathroom.

As our family grows some of the challenges are finding adequate storage especially in the bathroom. In today’s fast paced life, the last thing you need to do is go on a hunt for the brush or hair ties or even your makeup.

Cabinet manufacturers have embraced this and are now offering different options for you to get organized and have all your favorite things at your fingertips. 2017 is all about organization and you are now able to get options for storing your hair dryer, curling irons and flat irons as well as drawer dividers and for your toiletries and makeup.

Another trend in cabinet making is floating vanities. These vanities make your bathroom have the look and feel of open spaces with their clean, traditional styles. Floating vanities have everything you are looking for in a traditional vanity with small and large drawers and even doors under the drawers for more.

One of the major asset to these types of vanities is that they can be placed at any height on the wall and is great for those who need their counter space and sink a little lower or higher for convenience and ease of use. Cleaning under these vanities is also a breeze if you leave an area of 12-18” opening beneath the vanity.

In most standard bathrooms, you have a shallow standard tub that is good for a quick bath but who doesn’t want, every now and then, to have a long soak in a tub. When you walk into a bathroom every facet of that room should catch your eye from the floor to the ceiling. Freestanding Tubs are a beautiful touch to every bathroom. No more do you have to have the traditional clawed foot tub you can now have a variety of freestanding tubs to choose from.

Homeowners today look at tubs as a piece of furniture and have been known to design the room about the tub as the focal point. Freestanding tubs come in different shapes to choose from, rectangular, oval, round or a shape that is more organic in nature