Powder rooms are perfect for experimentation. Usually on the small side, you can experiment with bright and bold colors, patterned tile and unusual hardware. The most popular powder rooms are jam packed with daring design choices and exciting design inspiration. Powder rooms are perfect to start with a blank canvas to fashion a bold statement. Be bold and adventurous and definitely use high-contrast, experiment with exciting patterns on your wallpaper, this will expand that small room and add to it a lively artistic feel.
2. MARBLE SLABS WITH HIDDEN DRAINS
Marble is considered a royal material, it’s expensive and it’s refined. It’s exquisite! And it’s the best material for a new bathroom design for 2020. No more grouted marble tile in the shower, and that also includes the floors and visable drains as well! Up-scale quality plumbing fixtures will add the finishing touch. To do this properly you need to make sure that visible drain is invisible: luxurious floors invite you into that walkin shower with that large marble slab with no linear drainage pipes visable beneath. Slabs are generally sandblasted in order to create a more safe non-slip surface. Marble flooring is a luxurious detail beneath your feet.
3. WIDE OPEN-CONCEPT ~ BEAUTIFUL BATHROOM DESIGNS
An open concept bathroom appeared first in luxury hotel bathrooms. As the trend spread, designers began incorporating that style into their master bedroom design schemes for private homes.
This design scheme is just as controversial as it is popular, because people are unsure if they’ll like it and whether or not to sacrifice privacy to have it. The concept may seem strange to those who aren’t familiar with it, especially since a toilet in close proximity to the bed does raise some concerns. An open bathroom design does not mean you simply place a traditional bathroom somewhere inside the bedroom. The toilet is generally situated in a separate area of the bedroom with walls and a door. Similar to water closets popular in Europe, where a bathroom is separate from the toilet, and only the sink, shower or bathtub is in the bathroom. This draws the eyes to more elegant features. Keeping a toilet in a separate room also adds a perfect balance of privacy and openness.
No longer will you stand behind the bathroom door or wall when getting ready for that dinner date, or work in the morning. Privacy glass can also be used for more privacy, but many feel getting ready in the open provides a free, liberating feeling. This is a very popular trend all throughout the interior design world and will continue well into the future.
4. CONSOLE STYLE ~ VANITIES
2020 will be all about minimalist console-like vanities instead of heavy bulky furniture. Great for smaller spaces because it makes the room appear much larger and without obstructing the space with a bulky looking vanity. Perfect for powder rooms.
Integrate the trend: If there’s an area where we stock pile a bunch of products, it’s certainly the bathroom! For integrating this design, you’ll need to keep just your necessities visable in the space. Since bathrooms are somewhat humid and warm, anything that “spoils easily” (e.g. perfumes) should be stored elsewhere.
5. AN EXPOSED SHOWER IS A MUST
A major trend for 2020, exposed shower pipes and plumbing is finding its way into modern bathroom designs. Create industrial ambiance that looks wonderful with white, marble.
6. PAINTING WALLS ON A NEUTRAL PALETTE
Classic bathrooms always display designs that will be relevant for years to come. Use elements that make it feel modern throughout the space. Try using just one color or material such as all gray or all beige or all marble. A good way to accomplish this is by incorporating classic motifs and tiles and meshing it all together, but incorporating just one material will create a up-scale look to the space. It’s possible to remain neutral while still making it look magnificent.
7. PEWTER & GUNMETAL HARDWARE IS THE BOMB!
Pewter & Gunmetal is a popular trend we are absolutely in love with. It adds great texture and a modern upscale look to the space. It adds nice texture and depth and it’s not as harsh as brass or gold.
8. WHITE & GRAY MARBLE
Grey and white marble will remain popular in 2020 for bathrooms as well as kitchens. They are classic and timeless and easily goes from traditional to modern design schemes. Quarts and porcelain are also durable materials that will continue to be very popular choices.
9. VANITIES & WINDOWS
More and more designers are placing vanities sitting in front of a window with a view. A great way to begin your day with a gorgeous view, as you hover over your sink the first thing every morning. A suspended mirror hanging from the ceiling or perhaps installing a mirror on the side wall near your sink will finish the design while maintaing all the function. Another advantage is you’ll have great lighting.
10. SPA-LIKE DESIGN SCHEMES
A bathroom is no longer viewed as a functional necessity, but viewed more as a fashion statement in the home. Many designers are opting for a more spa-like feeling as a sort of theatrical display of beauty in what used to be a very private space.
11. GO BLACK BATHROOMS ~ AND YOU”LL NEVER GO BACK!
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.
12. CONCRETE IS SIMPLY “HARD” TO RESIST
Using concrete for bathroom applications such as floors and walls, countertops as well as sink basins, will be seen often for 2020. This macho architectual material mixes very well with more organic design elements. In the past, concrete has been viewed as more unsightly or un-welcoming with a cold feeling, but now designers are mixing in this brute material with steel features, wood, resin and porcelain features, and we will continue to see this concrete used in 2020 throughout all design schemes.
13. MAKE A BOLD STATEMENT WITH WALL ART
All too often, we see wall art treated as an afterthought in interior design schemes. It seems it’s always thought of last, long after your final coat of paint is dry and the furniture is set and artfully arranged.
By leaving the walls for last, you’re definitely missing out on amazing design opportunities. The right wall art can effect the entire room. But we think wall art is extremely important in interior design.
Artistic statements will be very big in 2020 and even more so as we approach 2021. Your bathroom is no exception to that thought. Wall art adds upscale sophistication to your bathroom design as a major focal point. A large floor mirror can also add more style to this design scheme.
14. POWDER ROOM STATEMENT WALLS ~MAKES A SPLASH!
15. ART DECO PROVIDES DESIGN INFLUENCES
Art Deco designs are showing up as gorgeous bathrooms where you can relax and enjoy your daily bubble bath ritual, and you will have something very special to look forward to after a long day.
Have fun in 2020 with these beautiful bathroom designs.