Planning a bathroom renovation or just want to spruce up your existing bath? We have collected the hottest design trends for your inspiration. This list is sure to spark your creativity. From modern and industrial to vintage and boho, whatever your personal style may be, read on for the top 2020 bathroom trends we are loving so far.
We know, tubs can’t never be out of style! With a freestanding tub you can elevate the space by giving your bathroom a modern, sculptural feel. Let the tub take up some serious space, after all it is one of the most important pieces in your bathroom.
Brass and gold for a vintage touch
Gold fixtures are back and better than ever. New shades of brass and gold are taking over in your bathroom this year. This new warm toned gold and brass fixtures adds just the right amount of depth, dimension and luxury feel to any space.
Big framed mirrors
You can never go wrong with a big framed mirror in your bathroom. It instantly upgrades the space and creates an interesting focal point. With various shaped frame options, you have the ability to get as creative as you want.
Mosaic tiles in new pattern
The ordinary layout with rectangle or square tiles are getting pushed out of the way for more creative options. Mosaic in bold patterns and colours is a great way to make an impact without breaking the bank.
We are starting to see a shift towards using bolder colours in bathrooms again. Back are the strong 50ies pastels, also for faucets, drawer pulls, and even bathtubs. Keep your eyes open, we expect to see this become quite trendy in the next few years.
This style may not be for everyone, but it’s sure here to stay. Industrial sinks looks edgy and modern and can easily be matched with gold or brass accents, matte black fixtures and fun tile patterns to enhance the modern look even more. Combine with bold neon signs and you sure have a statement bathroom.
Create your own paradise
Last but not least, create your own relaxing piece of paradise with adding lots of lush plants to your bathroom. Plants like ferns, bamboo and peace lily thrive in this high humidity environment. Or, if you lack windows, decorate the walls with botanical wallpaper and get som faux plants for the same look and feel.
For even more bathroom inspiration, please check out our video below:
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