Whether home owners are going for a modern, contemporary, or traditional design style, sometimes the classics can’t be beat. Incorporating these trends can help your bathroom withstand the test of time. Check out these 6 timeless bathroom trends for ideas for your home.

1. White Cabinets

Having white cabinets will provide a neutral background, creating an opportunity to add pops of color and change styles on a whim. Lighter and brighter cabinets also makes the room seem larger, allowing your bathroom to feel more open.
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2. Subway Tiles

An inexpensive and stylish way to update your  bathroom is to add subway tiles. They’re versatile and come in a variety of colors and sizes. Using subway tiles in your bathroom gives you unlimited design possibilities with the promise of durability.
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3. Marble

A classic but dramatic trend is marble. Marble can be used for tiling, sinks, or counter tops to create romantic bathroom design. The love-affair with marble continues because of it’s sleek and polished design, durability, and how easy it is to clean.

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4. Black and White

Timeless and elegant, the black and white trend is perfect for those wanting modern, traditional, or contemporary design styles. Incorporating this style through tiles, appliances, paint, and decor is a sure-fire way to take your bathroom from bland to bold.
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5. Ocean Palettes

Creating a spa-like retreat couldn’t be easier when you add colors in relaxing hues of blues or greens. Ocean blues and greens, sandy beige, and creamy white is one of the most versatile color schemes. You could even add a soft seashell pink for a pop of contrast.
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 6. Dark Wood Tones

Pairing dark stained wood with a crisp neutral color, like white, creates warmth as well as contrast.
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