With another great year coming to an end, it is time to start looking towards the next! There have been many terrific design trends in 2014. Some will carry into the New Year, and some new trends will spring up in 2015. Here are some stylish new developments we will likely see in Mid-Atlantic Builders Spa Baths in 2015!
- Statement floor tiles. Statement-making floor tiles proved popular in 2014, and this striking look will continue to popularize in 2015. Adding interesting and unique floor tiles can give the bathroom a little extra touch of character.
- Natural beauty. Want a bathing area that’s welcoming and serene? Nature is a great place to draw inspiration. An easy way to incorporate this trend into a bathroom design is to introduce earthy materials like natural stone or wood-look tiles.
- The Owner’s Suite retreat. Is your current Owner’s Suite Bath cramped, uninviting or tucked away out of sight? Do you desire a bigger bathroom that is more connected or open to your bedroom? Then you may be more than happy with a Mid-Atlantic Builders Spa Bath! You will want to show off your fabulous retreat, which includes a luxurious spa shower and soaking tub.
- Freestanding bathtubs. The relatively new love affair of with freestanding baths isn’t over just yet. They make striking, sculptural design features and help set the mood for rest and relaxation. When choosing a freestanding bath, consider how the design of the tub will shape the look of your space.
- Geometric tiles. Another major design trend for the bathroom is geometric tiles. They are are a great design solution for those who wish to add depth and visual interest to a plain, neutral space without the use of bright, arresting tones. Make sure to check out Mid-Atlantic Builders newest Sierra model in 2015 at Falconaire to see these tiles in action!
- Gray tones. Gray has been a popular color choice for 2014, and it’s a trend that is sticking around. If you’re worried a gray palette will make your bathroom feel flat and lifeless, introduce white accents to cut through the moody hue and create a sophisticated look. Using a bold color as an accent is also a great way to break up any monotony from a gray palette.