If you have been stuck at home for the best part of 2020 and staring at the same four walls, there is a good chance that you a ready for a room makeover or two, and your bathroom is a great place to start.
Bathrooms, as you would expect, are subjected to a lot of moisture. This can lead to discoloured grout, sealant and ceilings, as well as peeling paint or wallpaper. Read on for the top 2020 bathroom trends we’re loving so far.
What’s trending in bathrooms in 2020?
Trends come and go, and the new decade has brought with it brand new trends, as well as borrowing some from past years. Current bathroom design trends include:
Bathroom trends to avoid
The above are just some of the top trends of 2020, but what about trends to avoid? Here are just a few:
Over-sized, whirlpool bath tubs.
Where saving water is high priority, many people who have had them installed rarely use them because of the amount of water required to make them work effectively.
Overly fussy and hard to keep clean.
Poor tap positioning
Taps positioned in the middle of the ‘long side’ of the bath. If anything goes wrong and they need to be mended or replaced, they are extremely hard to access and may require the bath being removed.
The Greatest Showman
2020 is all about classy, sophisticated or pared-back looks, so avoid anything that is too ‘showy’ such as fancy chandeliers or fittings. These soon lose their appeal and you will be wishing that you had gone for a more streamlined look.
Where space is an issue, you may think floating sinks will give you more space when in fact they are much larger and take up more room than many other sinks.
Ready to start your next bathroom project?
Contact Montagu Property Services
Once you have chosen the style of bathroom that’s right for you, you need a bathroom installation service that you can trust. Montagu Property Services provides a comprehensive bathroom design and fitting services to properties in London.
With over 40 years’ experience, we have the skill and dedicated tradespeople to handle your bathroom installation. At the beginning of the process, we will appoint a dedicated project manager who will liaise with you throughout the job.