Contemporary styling in the home may be all the rage these days, but it seems that a traditional setting is still the most popular, at least according to the National Kitchen & Bath Association. And if you think this aesthetic is only for giant mansions and luxurious country clubs, you might be surprised that even the smallest apartments can still have that sense of opulence without being too stuffy.
In the bathroom, for example, KPVI.com suggests adding accent colors like rose quartz, marine blues, gold and topaz through bathroom accessories. Additionally, changing your fixtures with elegant pieces is another easy way to transform your space. Opt for detailed pieces in bronze or copper and you're sure to elevate the look of the room in an instant.
However, just be sure that your bathroom vanity is a transitional piece, meaning it can fit both a contemporary and a traditional setting. A state-of-the-art bathroom vanity in neutral tones with polished steel detailing might not be the right setting for a bronze faucet with a traditional high-arc design.