December 23rd, 2020
Bathroom Design Trends
Homeowners wisely keep up with the latest trends in bathroom design. Whether the bathroom is big or small knowing and incorporating the latest trends in bathroom design is essential. This space is very important to buyers and should be equally important to homeowners. This applied knowledge can help to increase the value of your home.
Some of the trends for 2020 would include the following. See if there is anything you can incorporate in your bathroom.
A timeless element that is a definite trend right now is freestanding bathtubs and sinks. Who doesn’t love a classic clawfoot tub? These are beautiful statement pieces that will stand the test of time.
Replace dry and drab colors with bright and Bold colors. Cold drab colors are out and bold bright colors are in. You don’t have to replace the sink or cabinets. Colorful towels, shower curtains, and other accessories can add color. Bright orange, turquoise, and yellow are beautiful and bold.
Matte Fixtures are popping up everywhere. Matte black is the most popular, it's bold, it's striking it's beautiful. Countertops, sinks, and bathtubs are all trending with a matte finish. Think about matte if you want to add a modern look.
A Chandelier in the bathroom you say? Chandeliers add a very bold statement to the bathroom and it's a growing bathroom trend in 2020. Chandeliers will give you light and illumination like no other fixture. Sunburst styles that look like glowing stars seem to be the most popular right now.
Compliment this special and personal space with a Music Sound System. Adding a few small speakers to this space can allow you to create a spa-like sanctuary. There are many types of affordable waterproof speakers available for this perfect space. Go ahead and add some music to the mix in the bathroom.
12/26/2020 02:40:54 am
Wow, your blog gives me a unique idea about the various bathroom designs and trends .Like I really liked idea of adding a few small speakers to this space, it actually create a spa-like sanctuary. Thanks for discussing this information.
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Mike McFadden, Certified Master Home Inspector in Orlando, FL