Trends in Bathroom Remodeling, Hire a Chicago Contractor

Many homeowners in Chicago who have decided on a bathroom remodeling project might be stuck deciding what they want to add. Though a trustworthy contractor will have many suggestions for you, it’s also worth it to check out some of the common trends:

Walk-In Showers

Depending on how old your home is, or how long it’s been since you have had a bathroom remodel, it’s likely that you have a tub/shower combination. Though common, these are not the trendiest features of modern bathrooms. Instead, walk-in showers are a great option. These are very functional, and they offer a wide range of design options. You can also choose from many different materials including granite, marble, glass, and title. These showers bring a sense of elegance to the bathroom, and if you need a place to sit or hold yourself up, you can install rails or a bench.

Tile

Though carpet isn’t extremely common in the bathroom, linoleum is. But, there is a much better and more stylish option: tile. Tile is excellent for a bathroom because it resists the development of mold, mildew, and slipping. Tiles also are available in a full rainbow of colors and patterns, and you can even get a tile that looks like other material, like wood.

Color and Design

Speaking of colors, this has changed over the past couple of years, too. About a decade ago, bright, bold colors were quite trendy. These days, however, there is a definite shift to softer colors, especially in a small bathroom. Your contractor can give more information about what colors might be best for your bathroom based on your design and the size of the room.

If you are thinking about bathroom remodeling, MK Construction & Builders, Inc in Chicago can help. Learn more on their website, https://mkconstructioninc.net. Like us on our facebook page.

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