Find Your Perfect Bathroom Style

When it comes to tackling a bathroom remodel, Fine Design Interior Remodeling makes the process a breeze. It is important to us to understand your personal design preferences to create the best possible space that matches your style and budget.

Transitional

Transitional bathrooms are a blend of traditional and contemporary styles, exhibiting subtle details to satisfy homeowners with different design preferences. While attributes of both traditional and contemporary styles are exhibited in a transitional space, the design doesn’t lean in one direction or the other.

Transitional Bathroom Style
Transitional Bathroom Style

Key Features:

  • Shaker-style cabinetry
  • Light-colored stone hardscapes
  • Undermounted sinks
  • Subway tiles
  • Freestanding bathtub
  • Glass shower enclosures

Modern

Modern bathrooms are polished and sleek, with strong clean lines and a luxurious feel. A modern-style space is uncluttered and comprised of geometric shapes and accents, exhibiting stark whites and moody blacks, with pops of color to highlight details.

Modern Bathroom Style
Modern Bathroom Style

Key Features:

  • Wall-mounted vanities
  • Glass shower enclosures
  • Freestanding bathtubs
  • Frameless mirrors
  • Statement faucets

Contemporary

Contemporary bathrooms embrace the latest trends and technologies, such as digital shower controls. This style leans towards clean lines and minimalist accents, with chrome fixtures and hardware.

Contemporary Bathroom Style

Key Features:

  • Smart enabled fixtures -shower controls and mirrors
  • Statement tiles
  • Brushed nickel or chrome fixtures
  • Stand-alone or floating vanities
  • Low profile mirrors

Traditional

Traditional bathrooms are timeless and comfortable, with high-end finishes and classic elements it is sure to fit the style of any home. Gold accents work beautifully in these styles of bathrooms, adding a touch of refinement and class.

Traditional Bathroom Style

Key Features:

  • Clawfoot or pedestal style bathtub
  • Furniture style vanity
  • Bronze or gold-toned fixtures and hardware
  • Wainscotting
  • Light hued natural stone surfaces

Farmhouse

Farmhouse bathrooms balance rustic appeal with modern sentiments to create a space that can be loved for years to come.

Farmhouse Bathroom Style

Key Features:

  • Natural wood or white vanities and features
  • Black hardware
  • Freestanding bathtubs
  • Shiplap walls
  • Natural stone hardscapes

Rustic

  • Natural wood or white vanities and features
  • Black hardware
  • Freestanding bathtubs
  • Shiplap walls
  • Natural stone hardscapes
Rustic

Key Features:

  • Natural dark wood vanities
  • Warm colors – golds, tans, ivory tones
  • Large soaking tubs with tile surrounds
  • Glass-shaded lighting fixtures
  • Hardware with weathered finishes

Industrial

Industrial Style bathrooms are inspired by the edginess of factories and warehouses, it offers a new take on rustic with elements of more raw features, such as concrete, brick, and steel. This style favors tough-looking fixtures and hardware.

Key Features:

  • Dark weathered hardware
  • Metal and glass shower enclosures
  • Freestanding bathtub – consider a dark exterior
  • Lighting with decorative bulbs
  • Subway tile
  • Large sliding doors

Mediterranean

Mediterranean bathrooms are an elegant combination of gorgeously colored tile and more natural colored features. It is a fun style with lots of wiggle room to add your own brand of pizazz.

Mediterranean

Key Features:

  • Ornate mirrors
  • Statement lighting
  • Colorful tile
  • Undermount round sinks
  • Rich, warm colors

Craftsman

Craftsman bathrooms are a classic blend of warm wood and angular fixtures. This style caters to simplistic and earthy spaces, tying in rich wood tones with naturally lighter hardscapes, it is the perfect blend for a calming retreat.

Craftsman

Key Features:

  • Rich dark wood-toned shaker-style vanities
  • Handcrafted tile
  • Natural stone hardscapes
  • Warm lighting with detailing

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