Bathroom remodels are becoming increasingly popular and for good reason. However, while choosing to redo your bathroom is a major investment, it’s also an important decision that should be well thought out. Below are just a few bathroom remodel trends you definitely should look forward to trying in 2020.
Open Showers: If you’re planning to spruce things up this year and have decided to make a radical change for the coming year, make sure to do so right now. That means you should focus on both function and style.
With today’s open showers you can still get privacy. You don’t want to get caught in the act between a wall of peeping toms! Open showers help alleviate this problem. Plus, they give you a place to take a bubble bath or a refreshing shower after work. They’re also great to put an end to those days of waiting in line at the spa to get your hands on a bubble bath or a nice hot water shower.
Color Palettes: You’ve probably already noticed that almost all bathrooms are one shade of white. The color palette used in most bathrooms is one of neutral tones, with very few bright colors. This is why it is very common to see a bathroom color palette that consists of pale green, cream, tan and white. The future looks bright if we continue on this path.
The best way to incorporate a color palette into your bathroom is through color blending. For instance, a very subtle tan might work very well with light furniture and a soft light on a wall. This works well in the bathroom because it blends well with the wall, not against it.
Color palettes are especially important to consider if you’re going to go with a monochromatic scheme. Monochromatic schemes include a neutral color, white and black as the main colors. Because monochromatic schemes often combine light and dark shades together, they can be very dramatic. However, when you combine different shades of white or black together it can make the room seem lighter, or darker depending on the exact placement of the light. In the same way, if you use a combination of different shades of yellow then your room can appear lighter or darker.
Fashion: Whether you’ve always wanted to add some spice to your bathroom or you’re going to start from scratch, you’ll want to consider the latest trends when it comes to decorating. For instance, if you are thinking of adding a bathtub, make sure that it is both functional and stylish. You can add several types of vessel sinks and a large bathtub, if you like, but if the tub is to be the focal point of the room, choose one that has a contemporary appearance.
Another tip is to try out several different types of decorating to see which one you prefer. Bathtubs vary in size, price and look so take your time and look at all of them before choosing one.
Space: When you remodel a bathroom you have many choices when it comes to the size of the area that you are working with. You may want to focus on one particular area, or you may want to create an entire new room. If you are looking to add more space to your bathroom than you may need to consider an addition to your home. If you have a limited budget you can always add a room to your existing bathroom by adding an extra room, or adding a shower or bath.
A good thing to do when deciding on the addition is to choose the type of bathtub or shower that you like. Bathtubs come in many different sizes, shapes, styles and materials, including a single-person, double-person, and double-tub options. You can even get a variety of custom-made tubs if you don’t want to go with something mass produced. Some people prefer a larger bathtub or one with additional storage areas, while others want a smaller size.
Shower: Choosing the right size of tub for your bath is important, too. If you plan to have two or more people in your bathtub then a double-person or triple-person bathtub is probably the best choice, but if you only want one person in it then a standard size is probably fine.
There are a lot of other aspects to consider in a bathroom remodel. It’s important to think about what kind of layout and materials will look best with your bathroom before you start working on your project.