Bathroom Design Trends for 2020
What are Some Popular Bathroom Design Choices?
If you’ve been planning a bathroom remodel in your mind for several years, there’s a chance that some of the finishing touches you were considering are no longer in style. When transforming your old and outdated bathroom into a breathtaking oasis, it’s most important that the finished product fits your tastes. However, it never hurts to look at the latest bathroom design trends for inspiration. You never know—you might realize your tastes have changed.
Here are some of the new bathroom design elements that have gained in popularity in 2020:
The Look of Marble
Marble has been a feature of many kitchen countertops through the years, and now it’s enjoying growing popularity in bathrooms. Don’t limit your options to the counters, however, as marble can also be used for bathroom floors and shower walls.
Instead of the traditional mirror pane above your sink, consider a framed mirror to instantly add a touch of class to your bathroom. Don’t be afraid to venture away from the traditional rectangle—consider geometric shapes and asymmetrical designs for added flair.
There’s no rule that says you must have light bulbs above your vanity. With the “less is more” trend becoming increasingly popular, you may want to consider having your vanity lighting hidden in the architecture.
Rectangular subway tile seems to be the go-to option for bathrooms these days, but why not change it up? If you want to make a bold statement, consider hexagon- or scallop-shaped tile. This allows you to make an impact without using wild colors.
Traditional thinking was that it’s better to minimize the number of windows in your bathroom for privacy reasons. However, you shouldn’t be afraid of adding to your bathroom’s natural light and ventilation with a strategically placed window.
Ease of Cleaning
The 2020 trend that homeowners might be enjoying the most is the growing popularity of showers that offer the classic look of tile but don’t require constant cleaning or scrubbing of grout lines. KOHLER® LuxStone showers from NEWPRO are a perfect example, as they are made from composite crushed marble and fiber strands and won’t chip or fade, so your shower will stay beautiful longer. LuxStone showers are also nonporous and grout-free, so you won’t have to worry about mold growth.
NEWPRO is New England’s premier bathroom remodeler, having earned a reputation for service and integrity that the competition can’t match. Whether you want a tub-to-shower conversion or an entirely new wet space, we can meet your project goals while staying within your budget. Contact us today to learn more about the bathroom remodeling options we provide to New England homeowners.