As we enjoy the beginning of an exciting new year, now is a good time to look back at some top remodeling styles from the last couple of years. In 2014, we saw things like enlarged kitchens, built-in storage, and freestanding tubs. Let’s take a look at a few of the biggest remodeling trends from 2015.
White & Gray
The ever-popular white kitchen seems to have some competition… Gray is taking over as the new “IT” color of choice. With undertones that can go cool or warm, it’s a stunning new neutral that everyone wants.
Large scale rectangular tiles are back on the rise. 12×24 is a popular size selection for bathroom tiles, both in the shower and on the floor. Bonus: Less grout to have to keep clean!
The large soaking tubs are being replaced with freestanding tubs, which are available in a variety of unique materials and styles. Freestanding tubs have been back on the rise in the last few years, so we have a feeling they will be a lasting style. You can go traditional with a classic claw foot or modern with a sleek and simple profile. What’s your style?
Subway Tile with Insert
White subway tiles have always been a safe choice when it comes to kitchen backsplashes, but homeowners and designers are mixing it up with inserts in different patterns. The chevron pattern shown creates textural interest while still keeping the color palate cool and neutral.
If these trends are any indication for 2016 trends, it is shaping up to be a bright, fresh year! Contact us today to get the design and trends that fit you and your life perfectly.
To see and compare these trends from those of the year before, check out our Top Remodeling Trends in 2014.