bathroom design

How to Remodel your Kitchen and Bath

You have probably spent a few weeks (or months) scouring the internet for kitchen and bathroom remodel ideas. It has been a few years now, and your current kitchen and bathroom design are feeling a little too dated for you. You are looking for a change and have probably spent more time on Pinterest this month than you should. When you set out on this adventure, you thought kitchen and bath would be the most natural thing you did this year?

Caesarstone visualizer can help you get closer to that goal, but you’ll still need the following tips to help you out.

How to visualize your kitchen and bath remodel

Visualize your bathroom

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A bathroom visualizer allows you to see what your bathroom would look like if you used particular countertops, wall tiles, cabinets, or floor tiles. It gives you a variety of everything to pick from, and you can keep experimenting with the options until you find a bathroom design that appeals to you.

You can play around with two layouts, each featuring a mirror and a vanity to give you an idea of how your chosen elements will look in real life. The two bathroom settings allow you to mix and match colors as you see fit and visualize your ideal bath.

You also get to experiment with options such as:

  • Cabinet colors- you can choose from black, off-white, grey, espresso, and maple
  • Exotic or muted countertops
  • Mosaic details in the shower, including interlocking strips, octagon, rhomboid, split face, and basketweave
  • Square or rectangular tiles for the base floor

You can create as many combinations as you want and email, print, or save them to help you in decision making.

Visualize your kitchen

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Like the bathroom visualizer, the kitchen visualizer has two kitchen designs; traditional and modern. Both kitchens have two views each. The most famous sight is the up-close view of the backsplash, as that is a part of the kitchen that typically stands out for most people.

Both the modern kitchen and the traditional kitchen have the same default choices; rectangular Aria Bianco floor tiles, Alaska White countertops, coffee-colored cabinets, and a backsplash with Bergamo Herringbone mosaic.

Mix patterns

Do not limit yourself to a particular design. Instead, find a color family that you like and mix different patterns while sticking to your preferred color family. You will find that some models are related and, therefore, easy to handle.

Quartz countertops

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Use the Cambria practical design app on your mobile to see how different quartz countertops would look in different design styles.

Work on the backsplash

The backsplash has the potential to add or reduce visual interest in your kitchen. Forget the boring and dull kitchens of the previous decade and create a fun kitchen where you can enjoy socializing and relaxing with your friends and family.

Consider adding a herringbone, diagonal, or arabesque mosaic pattern on the backsplash to transform your kitchen design even further.

Like with the bathroom design visualizer, you can print, email, or save your kitchen design preferences and use these to make an informed final decision about your kitchen remodel.

What To Do After Visualizing Your Kitchen And Bathroom Design

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A visualizer is helpful, but it is only the first step in your kitchen and bath remodel. The visualizer helps you gain clarity on what your ideal kitchen or bathroom would look like so that you can move forward with the repair. The best part about using this tool is that you can do so privately on your computer.

Now that you have clarity on what you want, you can connect with professionals who can help you remodel your kitchen or bathroom.

Why should you get assistance from a professional?

They will not only help you design your ideal bath or kitchen but also recommend the best materials to use based on your decision. They will also bring your dream to reality by installing the products and materials you chose.

A designer may point out flaws in your visualization while also making recommendations so that you get a remodel you desired. It is always good to seek advice from a professional before making decisions so that you get your money’s worth.

You should first get an idea of the type of kitchen you want or what your bathroom should look like, and then hire a designer.

 

What is the New Look for Bathrooms in 2020?

If you think that bathroom wall panels historically for the last few decades have not been on the designer’s radar, think again! This rather overlooked room, which has languished in a white tile brown wood type of category for years, is back on track for some updating, upgrading, and even some funky colors. Forget stripped pine and oak with white sanitary ware; bathroom design is looking a whole lot more interesting and colorful for 2020.

So what are the latest trends to hit the bathroom, take a look?

• The color is back. The love affair with the 1960s and 70s continues in the home, and the door to the bathroom has been thrown wide open. Seaweed green units are trending, and blue is also back from the 1960s, who knows what’s next? Does anyone dare to do orange and brown from the 1970s?
• Statement lighting is the way to go, the bigger, the better. Bold and oversized is right on trend, think chandeliers, drum pendants, and crystal glamour – this is not the environment for muted, sterile and functional
• Botanical walls are all the rage, you don’t have to do all four, but you could have a bold and bright feature wall with foliage, blooms, wildlife, and most of all, lots and lots of colors. The best way to incorporate this quickly and easily into your existing bathroom is to use wall panels (like ones from wetwall.net), which are made of modern materials and can fit seamlessly into your bathroom to give you the focus you want. Contrast this wall with paler more muted shades with either paint or tiles – remember, you can use wall panels that are also tile effect protecting your budget and cutting down on labor costs
• Smart technology is all around us, and the bathroom is no exception. Embrace the new digital era in your bathroom with USB ports, LED temperature displays and de-misting mirrors
• Marble is definitely ‘in,’, but it does come with a hefty price tag. And if you have an unlimited budget, then ‘bookmarking’ is the way to go, which means matching pieces of marble vein by vein to create a luxurious and opulent finish. For lesser mortals, somewhere below the statues of Greek gods and their deep pockets, you can create that marble look in less than a day and at a fraction of the cost using wall and floor panels. Not only are these pounds cheaper than the real thing, but they are also quicker to fit and much easier to care for. Just remember, color is king so be adventurous on your marble shades
Bathrooms are back with a vengeance, as practical and functional as ever. Still, now a room you can explore with personality and character rather than a ‘play safe muted’ space with just a hint of sterility. Think tech and 21st century offset with color and botanicals. Outdoor influences are all the rage, be they plant, stone, marble, or wood. Create a natural and colorful bathroom in your home for 2020.

Top Trends at the beginning of 2020 so far

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With 2020 now in swing, we’ve gone and looked at the most popular ‘first look trends’ which are trouncing all others. Here are some of the early trends adopted this year so far:

Minimalist Moods

I think it’s fair to say that 2020 has started with many opting for the minimalistic mood – not the maximalist mess! One expert, Barbard Sallick of Waterworks, advised us that “Architecturally and visually, 2020 has started with people wanting their bathrooms feeling open by not placing too many things into it. Keeping things simple”.

Luxe Lighting

Statement lighting is making a comeback – having a moment one could say. Oversized, crystal, or generally all-round glamour is most certainly ‘in’. Don’t be afraid to go big – large lighting in the bathroom can bring out its character and make a statement.

The Dark Arts

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Notoriously bathrooms tend to be light in color. However, early this year, people wanting to give their bathroom a makeover are opting for darker colors in their bathrooms. There has been huge popularity surrounding almost gothic type designs being used. Keep the look fresh by opting for porcelain tiles – this look is also tipped to be enormous for kitchen re-fits and designs.

Mirrors are tipped to be whacky and wonderful

People are becoming more bold and brave with their bathrooms, and the mirror is certainly no exception. Utilizing large or oddly shaped mirrors is certainly going to be ‘in’ in 2020. This includes mid-century asymmetrical designs and geometrical shapes to make a statement heard.

Bring out the natural side of your bathroom

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Using plants to add beauty to any room is certainly not a new concept. However, more and more bathrooms in 2020 have been opting for a biophilic look. Large plants and pots are certainly yearned for this year, will you take the plunge?

Greater exposure

As the adage goes, if you’ve got it, flaunt it. One of the big trends that are already emerging in 2020 is exposure – being bold and baring all. These trends include showing shower piping to give the bathroom an industrial-inspired type feel.

The Freestanding Tub

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Who doesn’t like the look of a freestanding tub in the bathroom? It would appear the answer to that question is nobody given their enormous popularity early on. There’s nothing quite like getting home after a hard day’s work and sinking yourself into a freestanding tub with a tonne of bubble bath now is there?

Zen appeal

With today’s modern stressful lives, people are looking to yoga and various other things to unwind – including in 2020 having a zen look in their bathrooms. Mixing and matching up spa-like theme including claiming neutral color palettes, natural materials, and minimal aesthetics – perfect for the weary owners who like nothing to unwind.
Whichever mood you choose for your bathroom in 2020, one thing is certain, minimal with calm, dark palettes and bold lighting is the way forward.