2020 Bathroom Trends
We’re well past the halfway mark of the year and we’ve seen a good number of bathroom trends of 2020. Do you have a favorite trend? We certainly do — we’ve compiled a list below of all of our favorite 2020 bathroom trends.
Gold and Brass Fixtures
Associated with the precious metal, the color gold is associated with wealth and success. As such, even a single gold accent can give any space a bit of glamour. Taking it a step further, gold-colored fixtures can add a look of timeless luxury to your bathrooms.
For a more subtle glamour, we would recommend brushed brass over a polished brass color finish.
- Creates a uniform, consistent look
Did you know that the industrial style was pioneered in the mid-1970s when adaptive reuse became popular? The style has been on the rise since.
2020 is not exempt from the rising trend. While a fully “industrial” bathroom is rare, we’ve seen many styles such as vintage mixed with industrial.
- A flexible style that can be combined with other styles
All Things Pink
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. For a lot of us, re-evaluating what is “normal” was needed. For some of us, that evaluation carried to bathroom designs and produced many eccentric bathrooms.
Pink wasn’t a color commonly seen in bathrooms, but we’ve seen a rise this year. We love what @athomewithashley has done here! While not completely pink, her pink clawfoot tub is the clear focal point here with a wallpaper that brings out the pink.
Dark Statement Colors
In previous years, many people preferred to stick with neutral colored bathrooms. This year, try spicing up your bathroom with a contrasting dark-colored paint like midnight blue or forest green instead.
A great example of this is by @style_by_mimig, who adds to a rich, deep blue color to her otherwise neutral bathroom palette.
- Complements most neutral bathrooms
- A unique contrasting color and statement
A fun way to add to your bathroom is with framed mirror vanities. It’s functional, but it is also a statement piece that will complement a more minimal bathroom.
This double vanity bathroom by @decorbytor has a simple neutral color palette, letting the details such as the statement mirror and faucet speak.
- Complements minimal bathrooms
Freestanding tubs have a tendency to be associated with modern luxury, but 2020 has proven that freestanding tubs can be stylistically versatile.
We love how @elevengables has styled her elegant, vintage styled bathroom with an understated freestanding tub.
- Opens up floor space
- Adds grandeur to the bathroom