Planning your bathroom remodeling?

Before getting started, have a look at the design trends in Colorado coming in 2021! Biophilia-inspired bathroom design, KOHLER Choreograph shower walls in neutral natural colors, bathroom fittings and shower rain columns that steal the show… We’ve picked the bathroom trends to help you decide what your new bathroom space should look like!

1. Biophilic Design 

Living in Colorado means living in nature surrounding. A brilliant landscape of mountains, high plains, canyons, rivers and forests-if you truly enjoying it you’ll definitely love this biophilic design trend!

This look puts man in touch with nature. It’s been proven that we’re much more efficient and performing, calmer and more focused if we’re surrounded by nature. 

Integrating the trend: a quick way to make the bathroom seem like it’s been thrown into nature is to integrate plants into the decor. You can create a wall full of greenery, pick natural material tiles, opt for a standalone tub and oddly shaped sink to inspire natures natural shapes. In terms of colours for the space, opt for soothing tones with some whites, greys, woody and greens.


Lighting also plays a pretty big role when we connect with nature. Adding a skylight or big windows – or a dimmer – will allow you to mimic the natural light found outdoors.

2. KOHLER Choreograph wall system 

The new Choreograph® shower wall and accessory collection from Kohler is a complete showering  system that makes it easier than ever to organize  your shower and create a space designed around  you.

The collection features shower walls in a range  of colors, patterns and textures, innovative storage solutions that will keep any shower organized and clever accessories that make showering more  comfortable and convenient. 

The walls are made from Kohler's Serica material, a proprietary composite material that precisely combines the optimal amount of crushed stone and fiber reinforcement to create unparalleled durability and aesthetic beauty

3. Spacious Open/ or Walk in Showers instead of tiny Bathtubs  

This might just be the information you need to nudge in the right direction toward getting that bathroom remodel done once and for all. It’s a fact that a new walk-in shower could be just the thing for really opening up your bathroom. And, that doesn’t mean just opening it up physically, but also visually as well. A new curbless shower could be responsible for providing that dramatic facelift that you’ve been wanting and it might not even require a complete change of your entire bathroom layout.

This can affect everybody from children to grandparents. That’s just a growing reality for a number of American families and now more than ever, it’s so important to have bathrooms that work well for everybody in the entire family.  While a four-inch-high shower curb might be really easy for a young person to step over; could seem like a mountaintop for Grandma, so curbless showers and the elimination of that curb could be just the answer for making it an equal opportunity shower.  

4. His and her Private Vanity Mirror Divide  

A practical and very popular decor choice in many bathrooms as two sinks are better than one. With a double vanity set up, two people can easily prep and use the same bathroom without any fuss as there is ample space for both them and their items. The mirror being the important centerpiece, your focus should be on that first-make it as elegant and stylish as you desire and your vanities will only help to accentuate that feeling. This is also popular as it makes your vanity the primary focus of your bathroom, giving you some flexibility in how the rest of your items are placed as everything else is more of an accent to your double sinks and your mirror.

5. Bathroom Accent Walls

An accent wall provides a centralized location for your bathroom-a focal point for your vanity or your bathtub, whichever you wish to highlight. As the name suggests, it is a wall in your bathroom that is made from a different material or color to contrast against the rest of your bathroom.

Popular choices are marble, brick, mosaic tile, natural stone and even wood in many cases, though the choice is up to you as plastic and paper are still quite commonly used. You can paint your wall black and it will function just the same or perhaps even a wall mural. And for the more modern look, you can even use mirrors as your accent wall-the choice is up to you.