In this series of posts, we will focus on one room in the house that truly screams out “You,” the bathroom. It is certainly no new trend to put a personal touch on a bathroom. As a matter of fact, in recent years, this is possibly the room on a new home or through remodeling that is given the most personality. Not to leave you out on what is current, in this three-part series, we take a look at the most popular 2020 Bathroom Design Trends.
Whether, you are in the process of building a new home at the Knightdale Station new home community or looking to remodel, these 2020 Bathroom Design Trends are all worth your attention. Even if your heart is set on your own plan, there is almost for sure an idea or two here that could add to your perfect room.
A Blast from the Past: Wallpaper Has Returned in a Big Way
Yes, you are reading that right…and we must ask if you were not aware of the “return of wallpaper,” where have you been? This first of our 2020 Bathroom Design Trends is not exactly the wallpapering that you remember, however.
Many are opting to use the bathroom as the spot to “brighten up” with wallpaper. This is because this entrant in our 2020 Bathroom Design Trends list has been one of bold and colorful patterns. Wallpaper in 2020 is easier to install with many types available in “peel and stick” form with no glue needed. So, feel free to let your bright ideas flow freely in the bathroom with your wallpaper selections.
“Bulk Be Gone, ” Float into the Next Choice Among 2020 Bathroom Design Trends
We all know what it looks like. The thickness and bulk of bathroom vanities can for sure interrupt the flow of your room. Well, with the next suggestion of our 2020 Bathroom Design Trends, you can get back that flow and to do so, make those vanities “float.”
Yes, floating bathroom vanities have been a well-known and utilized part of contemporary bathroom design. However, with the ability to visually take away that “bulkiness” and with plenty of other storage options, the sleek look of floating bathroom vanities is one of our 2020 Bathroom Design Trends that can “float” your bathroom to the next level.
“Warm Up” to Our 2020 Bathroom Design Trends
Some people are just warm by nature. Others, though, are the type to wear big fuzzy slippers and wrap in a blanket in a moment’s notice. If you fit among the latter of those two, you will be interested in this next entry on our 2020 Bathroom Trends list.
We all know that early morning, cold bathroom floor feeling. Whether you have tile, concrete, vinyl, or whatever, you know it can get cold. However, next among our trends is “underfloor heating systems.” As technology has become more and more a “thing” in design trends, this is one that has taken off. In addition to a toasty warm bathroom, these type systems also help reduce noise levels and eliminate air currents which can spread dust.
Mirror, Mirror…Wait, That Mirror Does What?!?!
Moving along in our part one of three posts devoted to 2020 Bathroom Design Trends and we once again take a look “in the mirror.” Unlike the above “floating” suggestion, here we visit asymmetrical and advanced mirrors to “smarten” up the room.
By “smartening” up the mirrors, you can basically let your creativity and imagination run wild. Lighting, anti-fog features, smart touch, or USB charging availability are just a few of the options with this listing on our 2020 Bathroom Design Trends. Likewise, unique shapes and sized mirrors can also add some life to your bathroom.
Big, Open, and Comfy Make the 2020 Bathroom Design Trends List
The fifth and final entrant in “part one” of our series on 2020 Bathroom Design Trends is all about the showers and tubs. As you probably know, the sizes of bathrooms on average continue to grow, giving you more space. What better to fill that space than bigger bathtubs or more open showers?
Plainly put, the bigger the bathtub, the more relaxation area for you. Where better to kick back and relax, than your nice, new bathtub. Likewise, larger and open shower areas, while they may lack in privacy, make for a more spacious and convenient bathroom overall.
Up Next: Colors, Textures, and Space
In the follow-up post to this, we will look at five more popular 2020 Bathroom Design Trends that you may want to give consideration. As we said above, these suggestions may be ones you want to use in a remodel attempt. Consequently, you may also find you’d like to implement these ideas during the building of your new home. Regardless, we will continue with this series in hopes to help you arrive at your dream bathroom.