I saw this very unique paint shade when I was flipping through one of those bathroom wall colors 2020 idea books at Sherwin Williams. After looking through so many style guides and design inspiration posts, am very used to seeing a lot of crisp whites and grey for bathroom wall colors that it really took me aback to flip to this page with a gorgeous tan master suite. Admittedly, I would have never even considered using this color anywhere in a house let alone the bathroom, but there is something about it that I really love. It has a trendy modern flare to it without being too in your face. Not to mention that something about the rich warmth of the tan shade feels very relaxing to me.
This soft beigey white shade has to be one of my top bathroom wall colors 2020 because I can see so many applications of it in a wide variety of different styles and floor plans. In my opinion, the best bathroom colors are those that stand the test of time (and trends). There is nothing worse than painting a room in your home, only to discover that the bold shade has gone "out" the following year and you are left with an outdated looking space. I always want my home to feel modern and on trend, so a good neutral paint is an absolute must for me. To be honest, regardless of if this shade ends up in the trendy bathroom paint colors 2020 or not, I still think that I would use it in my home because I think it would really amplify a lot of the decor that I already have in there.
What do you guys think about this gun metal grey shade that I found in one of those galleries of trendy bathroom wall colors 2020? I have been trying to find the perfect shade of grey to update our master without being too bold or too soft, but I am having a hard time finding the one that coordinates well with out marble bathroom wall tiles. Most of the popular ones that you find when you google grey paint are either too dark or too warm for the particular pattern of marble that we have. I am thinking that the rich depth of this wall color combined with that subtle warm undertone would be a perfect match for the veining in our marble.
It has been interesting to see that bathroom wall colors 2020 have been moving away from paint and more towards alternative coverings like wall paper, planks, and even fabric. It seems like the popular bathroom colors of previous years are still very much on trend, but the application is much different now. I actually really like the direction this is going because it gives so much more depth to these designs. Personally, I love a neutral monochromatic theme that brings in variation by layering different textures and patterns to bring depth. This bathroom wall tiles design mixed with the headboard on the top half of the wall is a fantastic example of how to implement this trend extremely well.
It is nice to see that trending bathroom wall colors 2020 are starting to drift away from the ultra cool-toned shades of years past. While I do love a crisp blue or white, I miss that warmth that the tans and beiges of the world can bring to a space. I think that the bathroom colors in this room are a great tutorial on how to combine elements of the old trends with pieces of the new. As you can see, they have a very cool-toned marble tiled shower and floors with coordinating countertops. Rather than do a white or crisp gray bathroom paint on the walls, they went with a very subtle beige color that they pulled from one of the tiny veins of the marbling in the tile.
I've been hearing a lot of suggestions for what are the best bathroom wall colors 2020 do utilize throughout the new home we are building, but I am stuck between a white with a little something to it or this grey shade that they used here. Our contractor said that the designer who did this room used one of the best gray paint colors sherwin williams currently offers -- Repose Grey. I really like the combination of this shade against the crisp white trim and the retro style tile (a concept I may copy as well). The only thing that I am wondering about is the longevity of this trend. Are these bathroom ideas 2020 something that will be "out" next year or will they stick around for another five years.