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8 Hottest 2020 Bathroom Decor Trends
2020 is officially here, the new decade has started and it’s high time to do everything you wanted to do and to try everything you wanted to try. Is a bathroom renovation what you were going to start this year? If yes, this roundup is for you – we’ve gathered the hottest trends for bathroom décor and design for 2020 and next coming years, these are predictions from famous designers, so get inspired to choose some!
Moody And Dark Bathrooms
Bathrooms usually tend to be light-filled and bright but moody and dark spaces became very popular a couple of years ago and such décor gets more and more popularity every year. This trend comes to bathrooms, too: moody and dark ones make you feel relaxed, which is great for soaking.
a moody bathroom with black walls, Roman shades, a wooden platform and a white bathtub
a contemporary bathroom with black tile walls and white grout plus a wooden ceiling
a moody vintage-inspired bathroom with black walls, a dark bathtub and a shelf with lots of plants
a chic moody bathroom in black and graphite grey with a marble wall-mounted sink
a moody bathroom done in greys and black, with elegant brass fixtures and a glazed wall
Less is more, and minimalism that is conquering the world proves that every day. Even if your home isn’t that minimal but is contemporary at least, why not make your bathroom minimalist? You’ll get a clean space and when it’s clean and sleek, it always seems bigger, which is another advantage.
a clean and neutral minimalist bathroom done with neutral tiles and a white vanity and bathtub
a clean minimalist bathroom done with white concrete and grey tile walls plus stone countertops
a chic and clean minimalist bathroom done with white marble tiles and a skylight to make the space more welcoming
a stylish minimmalist bathroom done with grey marble tiles and touches of black for drama
a super clean and sleek white minimalist bathroom with built-in lights, a large window and a floating vanity
Concrete is another trend that is conquering our homes making them bolder and rawer, and this goes to bathrooms, too. Concrete is rather inexpensive, it’s durable and fits many décor styles. You may use it for walls, floors, ceilings, even bathtubs and sinks, and much more.
a concrete bathroom with all surfaces concrete is a trendy and simple idea for a modern space
a light-colored bathroom done wiht concrete and dark stained furniture and a window
a concrete bathroom done with only concrete. tiles and glass plus touches of black
an ultra-minimalist bathroom done in concrete with a large soaking bathtub and white concrete walls
a concrete bathroom with white walls and a grey bathtub plus wooden beams on the ceiling
Forget all those standard subway tiles and go for whimsy shapes and cool looks – scallop, hexagons and so on – anything that fits your space. Such tiles will have a great impact and you won’t even need to use ay dark or bright colors – even in neutrals they will make your space cool.
a shower space done with turquoise scallop shaped tiles that make it stand out a lot
a neutral bathroom with a shower space done with aqua-colored scallop tiles that make it stand out
a black and white bathroom with hexagon tiles in the shower space and brass touches for more elegance
a neutral bathroom with a hexagon tile floor for a chic and cool touch of geoetry to the space
a neutral bathroom done with large scale hexagon tiles covering the walls for an ultra-modern feel
Marble is a timeless solution for any space, it fits any style, it’s luxurious and very chic. But as this year is more about fancy and whimsy things, so unusual and bold marble is what you need to decorate your bathroom.
such unique marble on the walls and on the vanity will make your bathroom stand out a lot
a shower space done with unique marble in greys and greens with stripes looks really wow
a luxurious bathroom with black and white marble with unique patterns that bring a unique look to the space
a neutral bathroom with a unique marble clad bathtub and brass fixtures for a more chic look
a black marble clad bathtub stands out a lot in a neutral warm-colored space
Including a black freestanding tub into a bathroom design will add a bit of opulence to the space. When combined with exceptional plumbing fixtures, this makes for a striking focal point in an otherwise serene space.
a chic bathroom with a black retro free-standing bathtub that matches the space perfectly
a luxurious vintage bathtub in black and gold is a stunning idea for every bathroom
a chic and welcoming bathroom with a black free-standing bathtub that makes a statement here
a refined bathroom with a black clad bathtub that is the centerpiece of this space
a minimalist meets boho bathroom with a black stone bathtub and some touches of jute and wood
Partially Tiled Walls
Rather than tiling an entire wall or just the wet areas, like the shower, bringing the tile up to a picture rail, chair rail, or halfway up a wall adds an unexpected design element to a space. It can also create a ledge or shelf for bathroom accessories and necessities.
a small and elegant white subway tile backsplash that saves your walls from water splashes
partially tiled walls with black grout that accents the tiles a lot and makes them cooler and bolder
a contemporary bathroom with a bathtub niche covered with green tiles that match dark green floors
a cozy bathroom niche done with white tiles and a bathtub clad with stained wood
grey marble covers the bathtub and grey marble tiles for a backsplash create a chic unified look