Top Colors and Materials for Master Bath Remodels in 2020

 White Is the Top Color Choice in Master Bathrooms


White remains the top color choice across several large features homeowners update during their master bathroom remodel. More than half of renovating homeowners choose white for their upgraded countertops (51%), while many choose white for walls inside (45%) and outside (32%) the shower. White is also the top accent wall color (23%), up eight percentage points this year compared with 2019.

Below are the top four colors for each of five major surfaces that homeowners upgrade.

Vanity: White (34%), wood (26%), gray (18%) and brown (7%).

Counter: White (51%), multicolored (15%), gray (14%) and beige (9%).

Walls: White (32%), gray (28%), beige (14%) and blue (11%).

Accent wall: White (23%), gray (21%), blue (19%) and multicolored (12%).

Shower walls: White (45%), gray (18%), multicolored (12%) and beige (12%). Multicolored is new to the top three as a shower wall color choice.
Erin Carlyle
Flooring, Walls and Showers Are Popular Upgrades

Given the abundant surface area of walls and flooring in a bathroom and their potential impact on the design, it’s no surprise that the majority of remodeling homeowners tackle these two large areas (83% each) in their projects.

Many remodeling homeowners also upgrade their faucets (87%), lighting fixtures (80%), countertops (79%), sinks (76%) and vanity cabinets (74%).

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Erin Carlyle
Ceramic and Porcelain Tile Are Popular Inside Showers

Among the 83% of renovating homeowners who upgrade showers as part of their master bathroom remodel, ceramic or porcelain remains the favorite material for both shower floors (56%) and shower walls (70%).

Marble is the second-most-popular material choice for upgraded shower floors (13%) and walls (15%). However, this material lost ground for shower flooring, down five percentage points from 2019. Granite and quartzite, as well as engineered quartz, rose in popularity for shower walls this year.

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Erin Carlyle
Vinyl Is Gaining Ground for Flooring Outside Showers

Among homeowners who upgrade flooring outside the shower, ceramic or porcelain is the most popular material choice (59%). Vinyl or resilient flooring is the second most popular (11%), up four percentage points compared with last year.

For walls outside of the shower, paint is the top finish (77%), followed by ceramic or porcelain (26%). Marble comes in a distant third (4%).

Cathie Hong Interiors
The 2020 U.S. Houzz Bathroom Trends Study gathered information from 1,594 Houzz users who reported that they were homeowners age 18 or older who had completed a master bathroom remodel or addition in the past 12 months, were currently working on one or were planning to start one in the next three months. The survey was fielded between June 24 and July 9, 2020.

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