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Latest Trends in Bathroom Remodeling

Keeping your home up to date isn’t just about resell value. It’s also about what will be enjoyable to you for years to come. Doing a bathroom cabinet remodel keeps your home from looking dated while also making it more usable and enjoyable.

When we were trend-spotting earlier this year, the most common bathroom remodeling plans included:

  • Larger showers
  • Radiant heat flooring, so there are no more mornings with cold feet
  • Towel warmers, for that luxurious coziness
  • Improved lighting, using recessed lighting, wall sconces and chandeliers
  • Steam showers, for bathing away stress while treating your sinuses and skin
  • Additional sinks, because one for each person just makes more sense

Yet, despite the trend for bigger showers and additional fixtures like sinks and steam showers, the overall footprint of bathrooms is expected to stay the same. So how can you add fixtures without taking away that valuable storage space? By including custom cabinetry in your bathroom remodel.

A Custom Bathroom Cabinet Remodel is the Solution

When you work with Dwell Custom Cabinetry, we will ask you about your current pain points and dream wish list. How can we make it easier for you to get ready in the morning by having everything where you need it? How can we make your bathroom into an indulgent place where you enjoy spending time?

Similar to the latest trends in kitchen cabinet organization, bathroom cabinet remodeling can incorporate features for organization and functionality. Drawers now integrate power outlets for your hair styling tools and multiple charging stations. Electric toothbrushes, razors, trimmers, blow dryers, and straightening irons can now all be stored out of the way while still remaining plugged in. Imagine the counter space that would be freed up! In-drawer storage can be customized to your needs. Dividers fit inside the drawers to organize cosmetic, shaving, and oral hygiene supplies. Pullout drawers conveniently store toiletries and cleaning items, making them easier to find and use.

A Bathroom Cabinet Remodel is Money Well Spent

In this HGTV interview, the bathroom is “where you can tell if money has been well spent or not,” according to architect Steve Straughan, a partner in Los Angeles-based KAA Design Group. “They’re the most expensive areas of the home in terms of construction. And they’re where people spend time in their homes.” Contact us when you are ready to update your bathroom to make it more on-trend, organized, and enjoyable. In the meantime, please click here to see examples of our custom bathroom cabinet remodel work.