I recently attended a bathroom remodel 2020 showcase downtown where they set up faux rooms to show off the latest trends and products for this upcoming year. One thing that I noticed over and over was rustic bathroom ideas being used right alongside ultra modern designs. This bathroom setup is a great example of what I am talking about. You see a cool floating vanity, very modern style tile and tub paired with rustic wood finishes and a very cool barn wood accent wall. Even better, the bathroom remodel cost for a design like this is actually quite affordable because most of that wood that you see is actually a veneer product that looks fantastic but is relatively inexpensive.
The major bathroom remodel 2020 trend that I am seeing everywhere is converting a traditional shower/tub combo to a huge glass enclosed walk in shower. This is a fantastic addition to pretty much all bathroom makeovers no matter the size of the space because it instantly makes any room feel much larger and more open because the glass walls and doors of the shower do not block off that portion of the room (visually). The average bathroom remodel cost that includes a project like this varies greatly because it all depends on if you are using existing tile or if you will have to install all new, and it depends on if you have the room and/or desire to add a freestanding tub as well as the shower.
This is our first bathroom remodel 2020 and I am loving how everything came together. This particular client was so fun because they went from hiring us for a simple small bathroom remodel, to blowing out the bedroom neighboring their master to convert the space into a much larger (and luxurious) bathroom and dressing area. I know that this is not in the budget for some but, if possible, this is a fantastic way to make the most out of unused space and to ultimately receive the greatest return on your investment in terms of resale value. Even better, I thought that the style that they chose was the perfect way to bring in trendy modern items but retain that traditional elegance that appeals to so many people.
I am just in aw of the bathroom remodel 2020 that our interior decorator Sandy just pulled off in our master suite. You really don't realize what a difference something as seemingly simple as a bath remodel at your house can do to your mood and outlook on the day. I feel so much more happy starting the morning feeling grateful to wake up and get to prepare for my day ahead in such a stunning room. It is a reminder that we are so lucky to have found this home that overlooks nature's beauty in the form of a snow capped mountain range. When we first started the project, I really wanted to achieve a balance between trendy master bathroom ideas 2020 and more timeless elements (like the marble floors) that would remain popular for decades to come.
I am really digging some of these new rustic bathroom remodel 2020 trends that I am seeing pop up more and more over the past few months. In my opinion, so many of the galleries filled with bathroom remodel inspiration photos that I have seen lately are just carbon copy versions of each other without much variation or personality between them. My favorite part of this particular design is definitely the custom sinks and countertops. Well that or the awesome distressed wood tub surround. Both of these features are so unique and unlike anything I have seen on the market in quite some time. Unlike most of the bathroom tile ideas 2020 that I have seen, these are very natural and bold while still being neutral enough to create a nice streamlined and calming space when you walk in the door.
My favorite part of my latest bathroom remodel 2020 is the awesome ultra modern kidney shaped tub with frosted glass backdrop. The sweet homeowner asked for a full master bathroom remodel that would take their space from ugly 1980s to trendy contemporary design. Real estate out here in California is absolutely crazy this year and the homeowners paid an arm and a leg for this fairly run down and outdated home. We already did a few larger projects like the kitchen and main living areas to make it livable, but the wife was really gunning for the master bathroom remodel to be next on the list of projects (can't say I blame her).