Bathroom Trends for 2020

As we come out of quarantine, being confined to your house for a while might be making you think that it is time to make a few changes, like a bathroom.

We researched some of the top bathroom trends for 2020.

Grey was the most popular bathroom color for 2018 and 2019, but in 2020 we are seeing darker tones, especially black. The tend is popular in light fixtures, mirrors and vanities.

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Bathrooms are joining the high-tech upgrade. Starting with high-tech toilets that include seat warmers, automatic lid opener and built-in deodorizers and more. Adding to that technology one can now consider smart showers, mini fridges, built-in blue tooth speakers systems and automatic sinks. One can add voice activated lighting and temperature, smart mirrors that talk to you, TV installments and many other ideas. The bathroom is being transformed in to a personalized day spa.

Brass and gold are coming back as bathroom fixtures. But not gold and brass but as a vintage look. Think of your grandparents’ fixtures with a modern twist and modern technology.

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Art with tile shapes that you will love. It is amazing what is being created in a bathroom with tile. On the walls and floor you can create a one of a kind design for your bathroom.

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Wood accents are back and trendier than ever. Various shades of wood can compliment white, blue green and darker colored bathrooms. Wood goes will with vintage, classic, modern and industrial trends.

Compact and neat storage space is in, you neat freaks are very excited. Compacted storage areas, cabinets, shelves, etc. helps relieve stress and keep you organized. Hidden cabinets, modern wall shelving and vanity under space storage appear less cluttered giving the bathroom a more open and organized feeling.

Big bathtubs and open showers are being added for relaxation and more space.

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Another trending item is heated floors. For those winter days when you get out of bed and head to the bathroom, you feet will still be warm and comfortable, even when you get out of the shower.

If you would like more Bathroom Trends ideas, give us a call. We can set some time aside to share ideas and find out what your dream bathroom would look like.