In 2014, we saw a complete change in kitchen decor, with open shelving, darker cabinets, and lots of metallic accents. This year, we’re looking at a complete overhaul of another room — the bathroom. If you’re considering a bathroom renovation, you’re in luck! Here’s a look at some of the top bathroom renovation trends for 2015.

Feature floor tiles

Forget those dull beige squares you’re used to. This year, it’s all about floor tiles that make a statement. Brightly colored or patterned floor tiles can add a touch of elegance and style to large and small baths alike.

Soaking tubs

There’s something about a free-standing tub that just screams (or whispers, as the case may be) luxury and relaxation. Soaking tubs also enhance the beauty of the bath with their sculptural design features. Get ready to ditch your shower curtain, and embrace the free-standing tub!

Strong neutrals

While neutrals never go out of style, we’re seeing a decline in traditional bathroom colors such as white and beige, in favor of shades of gray. As a matter of fact, the National Kitchen and Bath Association found gray to be the fastest-growing shade for the bathroom. Consider adding slicks of white or a splash of bright color to break up the moody hue.

Geometric tiles

Geometric tiles are an eye-catching solution for those who want to add depth and interest to a room without overdoing it.

Leggy sinks

Gone are the bowl sinks set into cabinets. Under-mounted leggy sinks are the hot new trend in bath decor. These airy sinks are undeniably elegant, and are an easy way to bring interest to your bathroom.

Sleek, black tiles

We saw kitchens take a darker turn last year, now it’s the bathroom’s turn! Black tile is a great way to add a touch of boldness to your bath, and looks especially striking with an accent of color.

Sustainable style

The use of recycled, reclaimed, and upcycled materials is particularly hot when it comes to bathroom decor. In addition to being “green”, sustainable materials look great when used properly.

Still need some guidance when it comes to choosing new flooring for your bathroom renovation? Visit our showroom — we’re happy to help!