Are you planning to renovate your bathroom in 2020? Are you overwhelmed by the bathroom ideas and inclusions available? We’re here to cut through the confusion and shed some light on the bathroom inclusions you need to include in your 2020 bathroom reno. Keeping in mind that the bathroom is one of the most hard-working areas in your home so, while functionality is very important it doesn’t mean you have to compromise on your bathroom design.
In 2020 we will see exciting new colours, textures and finishes which can take any bathroom from blah to brilliant. So, if you’re planning your new bathroom, these are the inclusions every Melbourne bathroom needs.
In recent years we have seen nude, apricot and peach tones dominate interiors and we can expect to see this cascade into bathroom renovations this year. These tones are being embraced in wall colours, tiles and even benchtops. While neutral colours are still widely embraced in bathroom renovations, the muted tones of nude, apricot and peach are set to be just as big in 2020.
If you are hesitant to introduce colour, or fearing you will detract buyers in the near future, don’t be! These muted tones provides a soft, palatable feel to a bathroom now and into the future.
Say goodbye to rectangle mirrors, and hello to mirrors of all shapes and sizes in the bathroom. It’s time to get creative with your choice of mirror – from ovals, to circles, semi-circles, your options are literally endless. You will see more and more creativity when it comes to bathroom mirrors this year.
The inclusion of an interesting shaped mirror adds an element of interest and depth to your space, and not to mention the ability to reflect light around the room to make a room feel much large in size.
Curves have made a huge comeback and they are here to stay! Think curved mirrors, curved benchtops, tiles, arched doorways and rounded tapware, these are just a few of the ways you will see curves introduced into the bathroom space in 2020. Adding curves will inject softness into the bathroom, a room that has the potential to feel quite cold.
This classic, warm metal has been a popular choice in recent years, and 2020 will be no different. Whether featured in your tapware, handles, decorative light fittings or accessories, it’s the perfect finish to add a touch of luxe to your space.
You will see more and more renovators steering away from the traditional polished chrome finishes, to embrace alternative warmer accent colours.
It’s time to be bold and brave and think outside the box when it comes to tiles in 2020. It will be hard to narrow down your selection from finger mosaic tiles to printed Morrocan-style tile and everything in between. Whether you include a tile that has a bold pattern on the surface, such as a terrazzo, or include a plain tile in a patterned lay such as a brick lay. This detail adds interest to the space and can break up a room full of tiles.
Book in a FREE in-home consultation with one of our award-winning designers to find out how you can use the latest bathroom inclusions in your renovation and kick start your renovation goals today.