When it’s time to start updating their homes, many Southport homeowners start with their bathroom. Which, when you think about it, makes a lot of sense! Not only are bathrooms where we spend part of each morning getting ready for the day, they are also typically one of the smallest rooms in the house, making them the perfect place to let the bolder elements of our personalities shine through in the decor. With this in mind, we thought it would be fun to take a look at some of the emerging bathroom design trends of 2019.

tile flooring in Southport bathroom

Open, Expansive Spaces

Designers are using flooring to give many Southport bathrooms an open, airy feel. Using neutral tones, and contrasting the textures of the floor with those of the rest of the décor, adds complexity and makes the fixtures feel modern and isolated.

Bathroom tile in Shallotte

Black is Back

Black is being used to create the most modern and bold of looks. Neutral tones of black and gray give a contemporary and minimalist feel. Walls and floors tiled with large, rectangular tiles help create this chic look by providing gridlines that indicate precision and utility.

Hardwood flooring in Southport bathroom

A Place to Relax

Minimalist designs with earthy, monochromatic elements create a feeling of serenity common in Scandinavian design. Wood-look tile, which replicates the look of natural wood, can make you feel like you’re in your own private spa.

Glass tile in Southport

Exposed Plumbing

Exposed plumbing creates a stark, unadorned look, which is balanced by brilliant and lively colors. Look for many trendy bathrooms to feature chrome or copper fixtures complimented by bright emerald and aqua tile.

Start Your Bathroom Upgrade Today!

Of course, the only look that really matters is the one that’s perfect for your home. Our designers at Floor Coverings International Shallotte have been proudly serving the Shallotte, Ocean Isle Beach, Southport & St. James for years. Whether your project involves using the latest trends, a classic design, or your own personal style, they have more than enough experience to help you get the look you’re after. Call or visit our showroom today!

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