Luxury Bath Trends | Bath of the Year 2020

luxury bath trends 2020
luxury bath trends 2020
Quiet & Still Sanctuary | Lorraine Enwright | Jeff Herr, Photo

Natural stone, zen-like retreats and modern innovation bathed in luxury mildly describe these incredible spaces designed by the 2020 Bath of the Year winners sponsored by Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles.

Home is the new sanctuary and the designers have certainly embraced this trend as described by HGTV’s best practices by incorporating “neutral colors, open spaces that amplify natural light, soft greens, blues and pink color hues to create a sense of the outdoors.”

luxury bath trends 2020
Natural Materials with Modern Innovation | Scott West, Architect | Fredrik Brauer, Photo

Intrigued by a certain refinement mixed with natural, even rustic design elements confirms a trend towards the use of organic materials that bring a sense of calm to the bath retreat, with a sense of practical function of course. And don’t be fooled with all the natural elements taking center stage, there is a touch of glam in each space representing the style of its owners which brings a personalization that is becoming common in custom interiors.

luxury bath trends 2020
Oversized Marble Shower | James Wheeler | Emily J. Followhill, Photo

Oversized showers (as shown above, 18’x7′), sparkling stainless steel soaking tub that changes to an almost matte black as light moves during the day, custom vanities, yoga type bath studio and so much more support the trend of designing spaces that speak to the mind, soul and body.

luxury bath trends 2020
Joint Master Bath & Yoga Studio | Karen Ferguson | Max Kim-Bee, Photo

Transitional with a touch of modern rules in the contest winners choice of design style. Layered with subtle patterns and natural tones and materials accentuate the sense of luxury and glamour in this private and tranquil space.

luxury bath trends 2020
Stainless Steel Soaking Tub Steals the Show | James Wheeler | Emily J. Followhill, Photo

Each contest winner incorporated a fantastic view; with one designer incorporating a series of clerestory windows to achieve plenty of natural light while not sacrificing privacy. Adding to the calming sense of escape from the hectic activities of daily life exposure to nature in this private space provides an almost instant sense of calm.

I hope that you are as inspired as I am about luxury bath design, especially the elements that can be incorporated into your own bath retreat!

To view the entire gallery please visit 2020 Bath of the Year Winners.

luxury bath trends 2020
Be Still | Lorraine Enwright | Jeff Herr, Photo

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