If you’ve decided that it’s finally time to upgrade your kitchen or bathroom to cultivate a more functional or aesthetically pleasing space, you are not alone. With homeowners spending more time indoors, working from home and caring for family, the desire to reimagine frequently used areas has also risen.
Bath, Kitchen & Tile Center remains at the forefront of these 2020 trends, offering comprehensive design and product expertise to ensure your home’s renovation is seamless and the end result is awe-inspiring.
While some trends seem very “here today, gone tomorrow,” this carefully crafted list represents powerful kitchen and bathroom upgrades that we believe have serious staying power. Your remodel should represent the home you want to live in, while reflecting your unique way of living. Here are our top picks for 2020 kitchen and bath trends:
While on the surface this seems like a no-brainer, it actually makes a lot of sense in terms of functionality. With a rise in demand for homes with open floor plans, kitchens have become a multi-tasking space geared toward entertaining, eating, and gathering. As a result, kitchens have become more visually prominent, so they need to flow into the spaces that surround them.
Nothing lets the sleek simplicity of your kitchen shine like sprinkling in a few nods to unconventional flair. This could mean a new appliance in a color that pops, unique statement lighting, or replacing your faucet with one that uses a less expected material, such as brass. While Shaker-style cabinetry continues to appeal, you might consider painting it a calming blue or creamy gray. A final noteworthy suggestion: Consider installing a gas stove range with a hood that makes an architectural statement. While this would most certainly be a splurge, unique shapes and sizes in range hoods are not only great conversation starters, but they are also a work of art, reflecting your personality.
The versatility in backsplashes is growing by the minute. Whether you want the post-modern, put-together feel of subway tile or something vibrantly patterned and custom-made, you simply cannot go wrong with a statement backsplash. Often serving as an artistic focal point, 2020 will see these become even more unique, frequently pairing with textures and statement lighting.
While these never go out of style, a deep soaking tub plays well with an art-deco feel. Whether you live in an uptown loft or suburban oasis, a soaking tub pairs as both a high-end focal point and a practical stress reliever. For the added aesthetic of opulence, consider a black freestanding tub. Combining this with brass fixtures will give your bathroom space a surprising edge.
While subway tile will always be a staple, it’s starting to play second fiddle to the tune of funkier shapes like hexagons and scallops. Uniquely shaped tile positioned close together is a great way to make a statement without committing to a big, bold color, plus you will no longer need to endlessly scrub the grout between each subway tile.
Free-standing or floating vanities are a huge trend for 2020, as they create an illusion of greater, elongated space. These styles of vanities don’t touch the ground, rather they hang off the wall, offering a clean and contemporary feel.
Whatever your dream kitchen or bathroom remodel may look like, the most important thing is how the end result makes you feel. Your home is a reflection of your family, your values, and your necessary comforts. If you want to transition your bathroom from a utilitarian space to one that more resembles a spa retreat, Bath, Kitchen & Tile Center can help you get there. Whether your kitchen needs simple upgrades or a complex overhaul, the team of experienced designers and remodelers at Bath, Kitchen & Tile Center will make your vision a reality.
Learn more about what Bath, Kitchen & Tile Center can do for your 2020 kitchen and bathroom remodel by contacting our team or giving us a call at 302-992-9210. You may also wish to visit one of our stores or browse our Stone & Tile Gallery for more inspiration!
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