After detailing our first five 2020 New Bathroom Trends in our last post, we can take away several observations. Moving along in this, the second of three posts on this years’ popular trends these things seem to remain constant with choices made regarding bathroom decor and features.
For one, it appears that a “plain” color or white as the main color is no longer popular among New Bathroom Trends. Likewise, space has become a major “want” among those building new or remodeling a bathroom. This extra storage feature can be achieved in many ways. We will see more of both of these as we dive headfirst back into our 2020 New Bathroom Trends below.
“Don’t Make us Blush,” Pink Shaded Abound in New Bathroom Trends
As briefly touched on above, color in either large or tasteful splashes seems to be overtaking the more plain bathroom walls of the past. One such color in 2020 gaining popularity among New Bathroom Trends in some shade is pink.
Whether people are looking for a “pop” or a full wall color, several shades of pink are prominent among New bathroom Trends. Blush is actually one of the top bathroom colors overall in 2020. Likewise, the “rose gold” that gains popularity as an iPhone color is making its way to the bathroom. Faucets, hardware, and even bathtubs are seeing this shade grow in volume. The expectation is that both shades of pink will continue to see an increase throughout the year.
Sticking with Colors that Just Seem to “Pop!”
We continue with our 2020 New Bathroom Trends and we continue to move away from the plain whites and even from tones of gray. But, in a case we are seeing these as a base color, they are mainly with a “pop.” This includes colors that many look to in “setting a mood,” and they, like pink before them, at least for the time being appear to be here to stay.
Our colors that “pop” the bathroom mainly appear to be greens and blues. As we just mentioned, these colors are known to set a specific mood. So, when looking for New Bathroom Trends to increase relaxation levels, it is a blue that is seeing an increase. Consequently, green has the effect of bringing out a sense of nature or wellness. Other colors obviously affect those building or remodeling a bathroom as well. Again the main constant here is color and feel free to “pop” your restroom as you see fit.
“I’m Thinking of New Bathroom Trends…Please Give me Some ‘Space’…”
In the opening paragraphs of this our second of three posts on New Bathroom Trends, we discussed a pair of popular additions. Color, which we have been explaining to this point, and the second trend, “space.”
I think all can agree that nothing good comes from an overcrowded, messy cabinet area of the bathroom. Thus, our next option among New bathroom Trends is the inclusion of compact storage space. Open areas, cabinets, shelves, or whatever is your preference. Having this type of space helps keep down on clutter, and the less clutter the lower the stress level in many cases.
“Is That an Accent? Why, Yes, Yes it Is…”
Ok, we got through “color,” and we moved past “space,” so where does that leave us with our New Bathroom Trends for 2020? Well, not so fast, as we move on to the return of wood accents in your bathroom.
We had said earlier that gray is certainly on the decrease when it comes to the bathroom and actually the home as a whole. So, this trend coupled with the “plain” colors opens the door for the next of our New Bathroom Trends, wood accents. Getting back to the term “pop,” various shades and types of wood can provide that “pop,” with your blues and greens, and the like coloring your bathroom. Plus, this provides not only the “pop,” but also a classic and traditional look only achievable with the addition of wood.
New Bathroom Trends Seeing all Types of Tile Patterns and Shapes
Our final entry among our second New Bathroom Trends post will have us looking at patterns and shapes. More specifically, we revisit an old bathroom favorite, tile.
A resurgence has been reported among our 2020 New Bathroom Trends, and that return is by tile. These, however, aren’t your “grandma’s tiles,” on the contrary, we are looking at new designs, patterns, colors, and textures. Likewise, these tiles are not unique to just a floor, as backsplashes, shower walls and even ceilings are helping make tile make our New Bathroom Trends list.
Next We Go Industrial, Vintage, Dark, and Into the Future with New Bathroom Trends
In our next and final of three post on New Bathroom Trends, we will look at the final four popular choices we are seeing in the bathroom for 2020. Just as with ve tlised here and prior to this, these trends focus on the usage of different colors and shades and of course technology.
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