In 2014, the kitchen as we knew it completely changed. Open shelving, darker cabinets and metallic accents led the way to sleeker kitchen designs.
"But come 2015, we can expect to see a major overhaul in a different room of the house -- the bathroom. Everything from sinks and color schemes to tubs and tiles will see some sort of upgrade, according to the National Kitchen and Bath Association's style report as well as the trends we've seen in the decor sphere, and this is how we expect interior designers and homeowners everywhere to go about it..." Read more.
Out With The Old: Coastal Cottage Style
In With The New: Clean Contemporary
According to the National Kitchen and Bath Association's style report, more than 400 designers agreed there is a move toward simplicity in a cleaner, more contemporary way. Read more.
Out With The Old: Rain Showers
In With The New: Soaking Tubs
Out With The Old: White Paint
In With The New: Shades Of Gray
The National Kitchen and Bath Association found that gray is the fastest-growing shade for the bathroom. Read more.
For more 2015 Bathroom design trends, read the full article here.