Bring the wow factor to your bathroom with theses unmissable bathroom design trends for 2020
Like kitchens, bathrooms are hailed as one of the most important rooms in the home, particularly when it comes to buying and selling property. Whatever your plans are for your home, having a stylish and functionable bathroom will help improve the living standards of all the family.
If you’re planning to inject the wow factor into your bathroom this year, take a look at the following unmissable bathroom design trends for 2020.
Make a statement with a statement shower
Add some wow to your bathroom by turning a mundane shower into a work of art. Adding an acrylic panel to the shower adorned in colourful patterns, colours or artwork is guaranteed to add some colour and spice to your bathroom.
Brighten up with brass taps
Brass taps never quite go out of fashion in a bathroom and 2020 is set to be the year that brass really shines. Brass taps and other fixtures such as piping and plugs, bring a touch of luxury to a bathroom without the hefty price tag.
Brass looks particularly stylish when coupled with rich, opulent tones such as deep navy-blue walls or a dark shade of green.
Freestanding baths have been ‘on trend’ for some time now with 2020 showing no sign of this luxury bathroom feature stepping aside. On the contrary, freestanding baths continue to be a top-selling bathroom fixture, bringing an aura of opulence into any style of bathroom.
What’s great about freestanding baths is that you don’t need to have an especially large bathroom to accommodate this beautiful style of bath.
Finishes in wood
Brass fittings, freestanding baths, statement showers and dark, moody tones can be complemented beautifully with wooden finishes. Think polished wooden flooring underneath and chunky wooden beams overhead on the ceiling to bring some natural texture to an eye-catching an invigorating new bathroom.
Though be warned, by introducing these features into your bathroom, you might not want to leave your stylish new living space, making getting out of the shower in the morning if more difficult!
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