14 TRENDS – UPDATE YOUR BATHROOM FOR 2020finehomelamps
1. OPEN-CONCEPT BATHROOM DESIGNS
No more days where you stand behind a door or wall when you are getting ready for that hot date, or for work in the morning. Now the trend is open concept. Privacy glass can be used as a barrier, but getting ready in the wide open will give you a free and liberating feeling. This is a popular trend all throughout the interior design world.
2. PAINT ON A NEUTRAL PALETTE
Classic bathrooms always posess something that will work a be relevant for many years to come. Use monochromatic elements to make it feel more modern throughout the room. Try using all one material or color (such as using all marble or all blue) which is a good way to accomplish this, classic motifs and tiles can be meshed together, but using just one single material creates a classy look to the space. You can still remain neutral while making it look magnificent.
Powder rooms are a perfect room for a blank canvas to make a bold statement. Be adventurous with high-contrast, go with exciting wallpaper to expand that small space and inject it with artistic persuasion.
4. WINDOWS & VANITIES
We see more and more vanities set in front of a window with a beautiful view. It’s a great way to start your day to have a gorgeous view as you stand by your sink first thing every morning. suspending a mirror from the ceiling or placing a mirror on the side wall of the sink will complete the design with full function. Another advantage is great. lighting.
5. MARBLE SLABS WITH HIDDEN DRAINS
Grouted tile is out for shower floors as well as visible drains! Beautiful plumbing fixtures add the finishing touches, but the visible drain is now invisible: walk-in-showers feature a luxurious floors with a large marble slab that hides the linear drainage pipes beneath. Slabs are sandblasted to create a safe non-slip surface, the marble flooring is a tailored detail that feels so luxurious beneath your feet.
6. EXPOSE YOUR SHOWER
More & more exposed shower plumbing is being incorporated in to bathroom design. Create an industrial feeling that looks gorgeous with the modern, white, marble.
7. BLACK IS BACK FOR BATHROOMS
A bathroom with a spa-inspired feel is back in style. It is all about being bold, sultry and dark, a bathroom design that promotes an experience and a feeling of high-end indulgence. For additional light due to the dark color, black floor lamps take up little space tucked in the corners and can add a trend setting feature to this design.
8. GUNMETAL & PEWTER HARDWARE
Gunmetal & Pewter is a trend we absolutely love. It provides a great texture feel and look to the space. It gives fixtures nice depth and texture & it is not quite as harsh or specific as brass or gold.
9. SPA-LIKE DESIGN SCHEMES
Homeowners no longer view the bathroom as a utilitarian space but more as an empiracle experience area of the home. They’re looking for a more spa-like feeling as more of a sort of theatrical beauty in what was a very private space.
10. CREATING A STATEMENT WALL FOR YOUR POWDER ROOM
11. CONCRETE IS “HARD” TO RESIST
The use of concrete in bathroom applications for countertops, sink basins, floors and walls are seen quite often today. We see this brutalism architectual material mixes well with organic design elements. Concrete has been Traditionally viewed as not very welcoming and somewhat cold, but currently designers are marrying this utilitarian material with steel, wood, resin and porcelain, and we will continue to see this surface used in 2019 across all design schemes and well in to 2020.
12. GREY AND WHITE MARBLE
Grey and white marble continue to be popular well into 2019 for kitchens as well as bathrooms. They are timeless and classic and can easily go from modern to traditional design schemes. Porcelain and quartz which are durable workhorses continue to be the most popular choices.
13. MAKE A BOLD STATEMENT WITH WALL ART
14. ART DECO PROVIDES DESIGN INFLUENCES
Art Deco influences are showing up as gorgeous bathtub designs where you can enjoy your daily ritual and have something special to look forward to at the end of a long day with these beautiful and inventive bathroom designs.