Beautiful Bathroom Design Trends for 2020

Beautiful Bathroom Design Trends for 2020

Is 2020 the year you’ll be making some big changes to your bathroom design?

Is 2020 the year you’ll be making some big changes to your bathroom design? Bathroom renovations should spruce up utility and appearances. The latest design trends happen to do a bit of both! And don’t let the words “trend” or “trendy” steer you away from checking out these ideas for inspiration. These bathroom design trends are beautiful enough to create a timeless and enduring style, something many homeowners appreciate for their own enjoyment or when it comes time to sell their home. 

Splash Out on Classic Blue

Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year influences bathroom designs as much as it does in home decorating trends. A bathroom is a perfect place to add a pop of color. Classic Blue, or various shades of tranquil blues, sets the ideal calm and relaxing tone for any bathroom design. You can infuse this shade into your home bathroom using wall paint, backsplash tiles, and shower tiles. Or, consider replacing or painting your sink vanity in blue, as well as decorate with blue towels and simple accessories.  You’ll find nearly any shade of blue works well to set the mood of relaxation and retreat in your bath.

Luxury Showers

Who doesn’t want to lavish themselves in a large, luxury shower? Bathrooms are seeing more luxury shower enclosures and installments to add spa-like splendor in the convenience of your home. Complete glass enclosures can double as a steam room. Multi-jets and rainfall showerheads help to wash away your worries. Even simple conversions make luxury showers much more accessible for all members of your household. For example, zero threshold walk-in showers, shower seating and handrails in the latest attractive styles can make it safer for seniors or those with mobility issues to use the bathroom more independently.

Patterned Tiles

People have long held minimal and modest bathroom designs as the standard, which are still quite popular, but often upgraded with large stone look ceramic tile and simple clean lines in neutral hues or white. We are also seeing folks break away and bring back unique characteristics to their bathrooms. Patterned tiles, from the floors to walls, are making their comeback. Popular options include geometric and mosaic designs, from large patterns to intricate tile placements. Homeowners can choose to retile a shower, a statement wall, or just the floors. 

Furniture Style Vanity

Swapping out your standard bathroom sink vanity for a furniture-style one instantly adds a custom feel to your bathroom design. Many furniture style sink vanities look like dressers, with strategic cutouts to hide any plumbing. To select a new bathroom vanity that suits this style, choose something that has drawers, has legs, or is made from an unexpected material, like wood in an otherwise sleek and glossy bathroom. Some folks prefer a clean line cabinet that runs to the floor while others consider a wall mount vanity for a more contemporary or modern feel. No matter your style, there is a large selection of vanity cabinetry materials and colors available.  And don’t be afraid to paint or re-stain your present vanity with one of the new products on the market which allows for easy application.

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