If you have been at home during the quarantine and have noticed some outdated fixtures and countertops in your home, now might be the best time to invest in a small renovation. Without committing to a full-throttle home renovation, updating a few things here and there can spruce up your spaces and breathe some life into your home again!
One of the best places to start a home renovation is taking a look at your bathroom or lavatory. It might be time to ditch the dated avocado tiles and laminate countertops for something more sophisticated and longer-lasting. From the small powder room off the kitchen to the en suite master bathroom, no job is too big or small for the experts at Hard Rock Stone Works.
To find out a little more about the latest trends in bathrooms, take a look at this brief list of suggestions below to get a better idea for your own bathroom to remodel.
Updated Fixtures and Finishes
Believe it or not, brass is back! Brushed brass finishes are a very sophisticated addition to any space, especially the bathroom. While brushed nickel is still popular, brass gives the space a beautiful pop of color on the hardware of your cabinets and counters. If a golden brass is not really your thing, brushed copper is a beautiful alternative with the same amount of pop of color. These finishes are ideal for a small two-piece bathroom for the right amount of contrast.
Deep-Soaking Porcelain Bathtubs
Porcelain soaker tubs are classic with clean lines and heavy-duty durability for the best bang for your buck. Beautiful, bright porcelain tubs can be designed in just about any space with a variety of different colors and designs around them. Porcelain, as a material, is affordably priced. However, it is only available in thin slabs, so, if you desire a thicker edge, additional fabrication charges will apply. Read more on the pros of porcelain.
Marble Walls and Tiles
For that classic elegance and those timeless design features, marble accents in a bathroom are the obvious choice! Brighten up your powder room with a light, white marble finish; or opt for dynamic definition in your en suite with a black marble finish. Either way, marble is sure to tie in the most elegant of design choices to choose from. This is why we precisely recommend incorporating marble in a bathroom rather than a kitchen. While it is certainly one of the most elegant stones, marble I much more suited for wetter environments, like showers and tubs.
If you have ever thought of transforming what is currently a bland space into something truly eye-catching, then you are in luck! Adding in an accent wall of mosaic tiles or a granite countertop with a unique color palette can dramatically change the feel of a bathroom. If you are working with a small bathroom or lavatory, accent walls and finishes go a lot further than you might think. If you are trying to save money in larger bathrooms in the house, maybe choose the lavatory to put an even more extravagant quartz or quartzite countertop.
Hard Rock Stone Works: Stone Fabricators and Granite Countertops Clinton Township, MI
Hard Rock Stone Works is the leader in the fabrication and installation of natural stone and quartz countertops for the entire State of Michigan. With over 15 years of experience in the industry, we stand alone at the top of the list in terms of customer satisfaction. We have survived the recession and thrived during the recovery, in the face of tough times and extreme challenges. Where other granite fabricators have failed, we have excelled.
Whether you need assistance with installing granite countertops, quartzite for outdoor kitchen, quartz countertops, porcelain floors, or marble sinks, Hard Rock Stone Works is the full-service granite fabricators you want working with your new bathroom and kitchen remodels. For more information about how we can help, give us a call at (586) 788-1993 or click here to fill out our contact form.