Staying ahead of the curve and knowing what is happening in the world of home design is where the Remodel-Design-Build Team at The Cleary Company in Columbus, Ohio excels. Whether it’s spending time at Trade Shows, attending product trainings or visiting design showrooms of our preferred vendor partners, we know what’s current with bathroom design trends. This year promises to be exciting and interesting no matter what design you want for your bathroom. Whether you are envisioning a spa-like retreat, a modern oasis, or a timeless classic, these trends will guide you toward a bathroom that’s both functional and stylish.

Wellness, Safety & Environment

Eco-Friendly Fixtures

Ecologically sound bathroom fixtures support the environment, save on water, and are environmentally friendly. Some examples are:

  • Water-efficient faucets and showerheads consume 30% less water than the standard flow rate. Manufacturers like Kohler, Moen and Delta have features that help reduce water waste.
  • Dual flush toilets incorporate high and low volume buttons which use almost half as much water as older model toilets.
  • Energy-efficient ventilation fans with the ENERGY STAR rating use about 50% less energy than standard models. Beyond that we recommend using a model like Panasonic WhisperGreen Select with accessory modules. The condensation sensor controls humidity with variable humidity controls from 30-80%.
  • Energy efficient lighting and LED bulbs.
  • Bidets use less energy, save trees and tend to cut household toilet paper consumption by 80%!

Sensory Experiences

Create spa-like bathroom spaces for refuge and calm by adding these elements.

  • Heated flooring.
  • Aromatherapy, chromatherapy, hydrotherapy and steam shower and bathing systems.
  • Fogless lighted mirrors.
  • Bring nature indoors with green plants, natural stone and wood accents.

Smart aka Digital Upgrades

  • Touchless faucets and toilets.
  • Digital shower valves for customized water flow and temperature.
  • Germ-killing materials and coatings.
  • Blue-tooth speakers.
  • Mini fridges for not only holding beverages but also medications and cosmetics.

Bling & Color

Vibrant Tile

Interesting is in and we are here for it! Create some visual impact and personality in your bathroom with tile. Material selections are endless with glass, porcelain, ceramic, natural stone or cement. Tile has been used in wet spaces since the days of the Roman baths.

  • Geometrics, mosaics and patterns.
  • Large format tiles for those who prefer less grout.
  • Mix ups sizes and textures.

Color Palettes

There are endless possibilities of paint colors available! From neutral to dramatic a coat of paint is the easiest way to give your bathroom a new look.

  • Muted colors are soothing and perfect for creating a spa-like retreat. Think soft gray, sage green or blush pink. Our Design Team is in love with 2024 colors of the year from our favorite paint brands. Sherwin Williams Upward SW6239, a breezy, blissful blue. And from PPG, Limitless PPG1091-3, a warm honey beige hue.
  • Vibrant colors will energize and boost your mood, like turquoise and fuchsia. A powder room is the perfect small space to experiment with a bold splash of color. Try our Team’s recommendations from PPG Pine Garland PPG1126-6 and Purple Basil PPG1046-7 or Sherwin Williams Gale Force SW7605 or Tricorn Black SW6258.
  • Wallpaper is back! Bring intricate pattern and color to a powder room with artful designs like these. Check out the selection at Ruth Wilson Showroom or Home Source.

Personalized, eco-friendly, tech-savvy, sustainability, mindfulness, comfort, blissful, personality, and functionality (how many buzz words can we use to describe what’s coming?!). Your bathroom is an important hub for self-care, relaxation, and an escape. This year’s trends cater to a variety of tastes and preferences. Our Remodel-Design-Build Team is ready to make your 2024 bathroom the room you’ve been waiting for.

Get inspired by visiting our Bathrooms Portfolio on our website!

Ready for a bathroom remodel? Contact our Client Relations Coordinator by calling 614-459-4000 or visit our website.