Joe Schwartz Spa World Rings in New Year with Top 2020 Meditub Walkin tub Bathroom Remodeling Trends
Industry: Home & Residential
From freestanding bathtubs and sinks to accent walls, Joe Schwartz meditubs divulges the ways to keep a bathroom modern and vibrant.
Miami, FL (PRUnderground) January 6th, 2020
Joe Schwartz Spa World, leading Miami-based manufacturer of bath products including Joe Schwartz walkin tubs, has welcomed in the new year by sharing the top 2020 bathroom remodeling trends expected to take the market by storm, a list that includes everything from freestanding bathtubs and sinks to accent walls, his/her private vanity mirror divides, bold colors, heated bathroom floors and more.
“Keeping a bathroom modern and vibrant is no easy feat, but luckily – regardless of whether a customer has a large or small bathroom – there are a few easy trends we’re suggesting to clients that will help keep their bathroom looking resplendent for the year,” says Schwartz. “On the top of our list is a bathroom classic that doesn’t go out of style, the freestanding tub and sink, and it’s easy to see why as they match any bathroom décor with ease – whether it’s a more modern look of stone resin or something more classic like clawfoot or copper.
“Though they may appear pricey, both freestanding bathtubs and sinks will increase the value of a home while retaining their value though the test of time.”
Beyond the his/her private vanity mirror divides, accent walls, bold colors and heated bathroom floors poised to be a hit this year on the remodeling scene, Joe Schwartz Spa World is keeping a keen eye on other trends such as modern light fixtures, waterfall showers with white light color accents, chandeliers, matte fixtures, enclosed/hidden toilets, water-efficient toilets, energy-efficient light bulbs, drapes, plants to accent bathroom color, sound systems, diverse tile textures, black and white photo galleries, hidden storage, open concepts, new bathroom fixtures, biophilic designs, small spaces, windows and bathroom mirrors.
“While many of these trends will undoubtedly be popular in 2020, they are by no means standards for one’s own bathroom, and that’s something we stress to customers all the time,” concludes Schwartz. “They are guidelines, and at the end of the day a homeowner should always implement whatever designs and styles make him or her comfortable.”