Designing a place where functionality and aesthetic coexist is one of the targets pursued by the 2020s trends in bathroom décor.
Whether it is about a villa Lago Maggiore or an apartment in Arona town centre, the latest trends in the field of bathroom décor are designed to bring refinement and elegance to your home, offering many different shapes, colours and high-performance and innovative materials.
If you are searching for ideas to furnish your home, then just take notes and follow our experts' tips at Engel & Völkers Lago Maggiore.
The bathroom is one of the most lived and most important spaces in the house and therefore it needs extreme care, when it comes to designing it. Thus choosing the layout of the spaces and the pieces of furniture becomes an essential part, especially when you have few square metres available.
Among 2020s bathroom trends, the proposals for tall and narrow furniture, standing on the ground or hung, stand out, since they are the best solution to strategically organise spaces. Thanks to the height of the furniture, it is possible to play with a full-empty alternation, filling the walls only with what is essential, in a harmonious but always functional way. Although this is nothing new, as for the choice of bathroom fixtures, 2020 confirms the success of the suspended ones, increasingly compact and minimal, as well as the rimless bathroom fixtures, required for their practicality and ease of cleaning.
When it comes to shapes, the latest trends are designed with soft and rounded shapes, which convey a sense of charm and elegance.
Warm and natural shades are also very popular, especially when used to create nice colour effects, but always soft. The black bathroom also has a place of honor, a bold choice for the benefit of elegance and refinement. Finally, do not forget the bathroom in classic blue, elected as the Pantone 2020 colour and particularly suitable for bathroom furnishings, given its ability to convey a sense of calm and relaxation. But the real must for 2020s bathroom trends turned out to be the so called "accent wall", a particularly popular choice of furniture, since it is able to best enhance the environment.
Whether you prefer a Scandinavian-style bathroom or a more modern and sophisticated minimal and urban-style bathroom, just choose a wall on which to focus your attention, giving free rein to your imagination: from elegant mosaic coverings to the most modern bathroom wallpapers, from glass decorations to mirrors of all shapes and sizes, the imperative is to be daring.
How should I furnish the bathroom in 2020? Just browse the proposals of the most beautiful houses for sale Lago Maggiore and let yourself be inspired. Here are some not to be missed.
Imagine a splendid villa with
lakeview in Verbania,
surrounded by a park and equipped with a
swimming pool, where the choice of materials used for the furniture and flooring is absolutely oriented towards quality and refinement. The 7 bathrooms of this prestigious property are also the main protagonists, all furnished according to the latest bathroom trends for 2020.
The most elegant? The dark bathroom with lead gray flooring, wall and bathroom claddings, decorated with precious marble and concrete effect, alternating with the warm tones of wood for the furnishings and finishes.
Even when you have a delightful terraced house in Verbania, the new 2020s bathroom trends 2020allow you to choose among different offers. Here, the walls are the main feature, brightly coloured with vertical stripes, creating contrasts with the wooden furnishings and the dark marble sink top, with a more classic flavour. The result: a harmonious and balanced style.
Sanitary wares with compact and suspended shapes, in a modern black & white bathroom with checkerboard coverings throughout the room. This is the design proposal for a splendid apartment in the heart of Luino, in line with the 2020s bathroom trends.
If you want simplicity, then let yourself be inspired by the Nordic style bathroom of this beautiful villa Lago Maggiore: soft colours, rounded shapes and the predominance of wood as a natural element. With such a lake view window, you won't even need an accent wall!
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