Decorating Trends for Master Bath Remodeling

Decorating Trends for Master Bath Remodeling

For the first time in recent history, our entire county has been in home quarantine due to COVID-19. Imagine, you like so many others have been stuck at home for the past three months. After being stuck inside for so long, you’re facing the tough conclusion that some areas of your home could use a little TLC, particularly your master bath.

Furthermore, you’re open to considering a master bath remodel but need a little help in the design department. If this sounds like you, look no further!
So, whether you’re in Barrington, Hoffman Estates or Elgin, below is an overview of some of the latest trends for a master bath remodel to help inspire!

Statement/Textured Tiles

Heavily patterned or textured tile is a game changer for a new bath. It brings immense depth and sophistication to any area. Add a multi-variational tile as a countertop to ceiling backsplash behind your vanity as a huge wow factor!
Organic Shapes

Mid Century free form shapes are making a huge impact on design trends in 2020. Dynamic curves add some tasteful movement to smaller areas such as a master bath. Try adding some uniquely shaped mirrors (similar to pictured above) or bath mats as a trendy way to top off a design.

Darker Palettes

The past few years have highlighted a focus on very neutral color palettes with whites, creams, greys, and taupes. Now 2020 is bringing the drama! Offset your neutral subway tile with dark elements.  A great way to introduce some dramatic shades are in the cabinetry hardware, the plumbing fixtures, and shower glass door hardware.

Woven Textures

Woven textures/linens are an excellent way to introduce some zen into a new master bath design. The intricate fibers deliver some warmth and comfort to an existing space. A great way to introduce some organic fibers into the room is through accent pieces such as lighting, or a whole grasscloth wall.


This year has people bringing the outside in! Whether it is through using potted plants/succulents directly in your space or painting a fresh shade of aloe on your walls, adding a touch a nature in your bath will add some elemental and inviting vibes.

There you have it! Five current master bath design trends to get your creative juices flowing. The best part about these trends is they can be interpreted and executed in so many ways and can easily be made your own. We hope these ideas inspire the beginning of making your future dream master bath a reality!