The Top Five Bathroom Trends of 2020

If you’re in the market for a new bathroom, you’re in luck. We’ve taken a look at the top five bathroom trends for 2020, covering colours, textures and integrated lighting. Whether you like to follow trends or not, we think this year’s top trends are enough to inspire anyone looking to create a practical bathroom with effortless style.

So, without further ado, read on to hear out thoughts on the top bathroom trends capable of transforming your bathroom into a luxurious retreat in which to relax and unwind.

Brass finishes

Brass details are making a huge comeback this year and are a great way of adding an extra element of luxury into your bathroom.

Warmer and more distinctive than chrome, brass bathroom fittings, from taps and shower heads to radiator valves and lighting, have an undeniable sophistication.

Integrated lighting

As technology improves, so does the way we light our homes and bathrooms. This year, integrated lighting is a trend that bathroom designers are embracing as it becomes easier to incorporate lighting within bathroom architecture.

From illuminated mirrors that give the illusion of more space, dropped ceilings outlined by LED lighting and spotlights enhancing useful recesses, there are a whole host of ways to light your bathroom rather than a single ceiling light.

Industrial style shower screens

This is a bathroom trend that continued to grow in popularity over 2019 and we think it’s due to become even more popular this year.

Black framed shower screens add a unique feel to a bathroom, combining classic shapes with contemporary materials to make a bold style statement. Alongside this industrial style shower screen, black accents such as basin mixers and mirrors are also increasing in popularity as more people embrace the bathroom industrial revolution.

Freestanding bathtubs

In 2020, we will see more people opting for freestanding bathtubs, whether it be traditional or modern in style. Elevating the space and adding a luxurious feel to your bathroom, freestanding tubs come in all shapes and sizes, so you can even fit them in more compact bathroom spaces.

Statement bathroom tiles

Rather than tiling your entire bathroom or just the wet areas, tiles are now being used to make a distinct style statement. Shapes like scallops and hexagons are making the classic subway tile take a backseat, while statement colours are being combined to create fun and playful colour clashes.

If you’re thinking about updating your bathroom this year, here at Entirely Bathrooms, we have a whole host of bathroom suites, accessories and bathroom heating products to help you create your dream wash space. From our traditional freestanding baths to our illuminated mirrors, we have everything you need to create an on-trend bathroom that provides optimal functionality.

Whether you’re renovating a family bathroom, master en-suite, cloakroom bathroom or wet room, explore our wide section of products. If you would like to speak to an expert member of the Entirely Bathrooms team to discuss your bathroom project, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.