The recently released 2020 U.S. Houzz Bathroom Trends Study surveyed 1,594 U.S. homeowners about recent or planned master bathroom renovations. The study found that the national median amount spent on a remodel remained consistent with 2019 at $8,000, but those with shower upgrades were three times more expensive. Of those surveyed, 74% had upgraded or planned to remodel vanity cabinets while 30% were adding new cabinets. Outdated style and lack of storage was cited by 64% and 34%, respectively, as the reasons for remodeling.
During the remodel, 89% of homeowners changed bathroom styles. Modern style re-took the lead in 2020, accounting for 20% of all remodels followed by transitional which dropped 3% to 18%. After a lull for several years, white was the color of choice for vanity cabinets at 34%, with wood at 26% and gray at 18%. Shaker remained the preferred door style at 46%, while flat panel reached 27% and raised-panel totaled 21%. See Houzz