Choosing cabinetry for your bathroom is a tricky process. You want something that is stylish and will match the rest of your home, but is also functional and provides you with the storage space you need. You want something that isn’t a giant pain to install, but also built to last. Luckily the experts at Naffco Floors & Interiors have years of experience helping our customers choose and set up their perfect cabinets. Here we’ve broken down some of the top bathroom cabinetry trends we’re seeing in 2019.
Compact & minimalist storage spaces
In recent years minimalism has gained a lot of momentum as a decor and lifestyle. We’re seeing this trend make its way into every aspect of home design, and bathrooms are no exception. This design element is meant to decrease stress and clutter and increase comfort and organization. Cabinets are getting smaller and sleeker, with methodical compartments for specific items. This is especially common in smaller bathrooms and half baths.
Natural wood cabinets
We’ve also been noticing a trend for homeowners to “return to nature.” Ecodesign is making a huge splash in homes and bathrooms everywhere, especially in rustic and coastal homes. Natural wood cabinets, often made from maple, teak, or hickory provide a chic and organic look for people who love nature.
Dark and bold
For a more modern look, bold and dark cabinets are the way to go. Dark woods such as hickory, birch, and pecan can provide a more natural look, while a painted or metal cabinet can give you a sleek ebony piece that looks clean and crisp.
Mix and match
Many new homeowners working on a budget are updating their homes by thrifting, bargain shopping, and creating an eclectic mix of contemporary and classic decor. Old, bold pieces juxtaposed with modern technology create a comfortable and functional atmosphere. This is a great way to infuse your personality into your bathroom’s decor.
If you have any questions about bathroom cabinetry, come visit one of Naffco’s 3 locations and talk with one of our experts. Or give us a call at (813) 254-4066 to schedule a free, no obligation consultation.