Remodeling your bathroom for 2020? Here are some popular trends in bathroom remodeling!
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With the beginning of the new decade 2020, it is time to move away from the bad and accept the new and good. Whether you finally decide on stronger, darker colors or have finally convinced yourself to say goodbye to this horribly leaky tap, there are endless design inspirations to get your bathroom remodeled going in 2020. From compact storage space to advanced intelligent technologies These are 7 trends in bathroom remodeling that you should look out for in 2020.
Rectangular subway tiles had their moment and are now moving towards funnier shapes like hexagons and scallops. Opt for a molded tile pattern that is guaranteed to have an impact and draw guests' attention, even if you're not ready to commit to a large, bold color.
Industrial style vanities
We understand that this style may not be suitable for everyone. However, it is very timely and the popularity of this type of design is expected to increase. With a multitude of metal finishing options, wood accents and funky tile patterns, it only makes sense that the industrial washstand will be on the rise in 2020. The sleek and modern look goes perfectly with this edgy yet classic remodeling trend.
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People are fed up with overcrowded storage rooms. The bathroom is a haven and it's time to expect a simpler aesthetic by minimizing the storage of items and space. Compacted storage areas such as cupboards and shelves are presented in a simplified way to promote minimalist habits. The use of hidden closets, modern wall shelves and vanities under storage space helps you to clear clutter for a more open and stress-free atmosphere.
Blush is one of the most popular wall colors for modern bathroom walls. Different blush tones have been predominant for a remarkable period of time, but rose gold is slowly coming to the fore. Expect taps, drawer pulls, and even bathtubs to take on a lush pink color.
Brass & gold
Brass and gold tones are great for sinks, toilets and everything else in your bathroom. Forget outdated designs and choose warm tinted gold fittings that add depth, dimension, and luxury to your bathroom. Pay attention to brass and gold-colored bathrooms with warmer accents instead of traditional, shiny polished chrome fittings. Surface options such as satin, matte and spun gold offer a subtle difference that exudes comfort and elegance, while hiding fingerprints and water stains. Another reason for this timely comeback is that it just looks great in so many different style settings, so you can't go wrong.
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Black instead of gray
In 2018 and 2019, gray waves may have made waves in bathroom remodeling projects. In 2020, however, bolder, darker styles will become increasingly popular. Black and darker shades with matt surfaces are the most popular for lights, vanities, mirrors and other lights.
Advanced intelligent technologies
Smart toilets were a big topic last year. Intelligent technologies such as seat warmers, automatic lid openers, adjustable wire dryers and built-in deodorants caused a sensation everywhere in the bathrooms. In 2020, you can expect innovations to affect the rest of the bathroom. Intelligent showers, mini-fridges and automatic sinks will take comfort to a new level this year. Another new trend that is becoming increasingly common in households is the integrated Bluetooth speaker system. Now you can comfortably jam to your favorite songs or relax in the comfort of your shower or bathtub.
Voice-activated lighting and temperature features, smart mirrors that talk to you, and installed TVs are just a few more examples of the fun trends you can expect to see in remodeled bathrooms this year. With innovative technologies, modern bathrooms are transformed into personalized rooms that make relaxing more comfortable than ever. There's no better time for bathroom renovations in Adelaide than the start of a new decade. In addition, there is an endless list of fantastic possibilities and ideas that you can integrate into your bathroom in 2020. From chic and modern to industrial to vintage, regardless of your personal style – 2020 is your year for your bathroom renovation.