Here are six trending bathroom cabinet colors for 2020:
1. Classic Blue
Pantone's Color of the Year is Classic Blue, and boy, you can't get much more classic than this. Reminding us of the ocean, it's a deeply-peaceful hue that happens to look gorgeous on bathroom cabinets. For instance, in this bathroom styled by Erin of Lemons, Lavender, and Laundry, the cabinets pop against the white surroundings and add a water-inspired touch to the space.
Another color we'll be seeing a lot in 2020 is pine, which immediately transports us to a grove of trees. It's soothing yet contemporary at the same time, and it happens to be perfect among bathroom cabinet colors. We love the nature-centric hue of these cabinets seen in a bathroom designed by Erin and Kirsten of House of Jade.
3. Sky Blue
Is there anything fresher than warm breezes, a few puffy, white clouds, and a beautiful blue sky? Capture that same feel with a hue that's definitely trending for 2020: Sky Blue. Hailing from the pastel family, it's a shade that's all grown up when paired with marble countertops and brass fixtures, a look that's mastered in this bathroom designed by Shea of Studio McGee.
Many color forecasters included delectable shades of pink among their predictions. Now that this particular tone of blush is being woven into modern spaces, including bathroom cabinet colors, we can't get enough of it. Whispery and soft, like those little pink clouds that dot a sunset, we think it's lovely in a bathroom, like this one styled by design duo CC + Mike.
Gray for cabinets has been around for a little while, often seen in shades of traditional gray or dialing it to the dark side in slate. Right now, the hue is not quite gray, not quite blue, so we're going to call it blue-gray. Especially striking in traditional and farmhouse bathrooms, we think it was a spot-on choice in this bathroom belonging to Shannon of Living with Lady.
Adding a touch of mint to your bathroom will be like a breath of fresh air. Landing somewhere between green and blue, designers are increasingly using it for cabinets, something we are totally in favor of. Look no further than this bathroom designed by Kate Lester Interiors to see how mint can quite literally freshen up a space.