While many people embarking on a bathroom renovation project get caught up in defining the room's style, many experts say that isn't necessary.
"The new traditional is a mix of old and new; modern and traditional - a modern take on traditional elements," interior designer Nyla Free told the Calgary Herald.
Homeowners often choose a more traditional bathroom vanity and pair it with a modern faucet, vessel sink and solid surface counter top in the bathroom to create an updated and functional space, according to Free.
"Fixtures and fittings are also becoming so much more esthetically pleasing, so you're able to achieve a beautiful, warm, inviting bathroom with a mix of materials, shapes and textures," she told the newspaper.
Designer Sherrie Robinson also told the news source that a new bathroom vanity can instantly bring an old, outdated space into the 21st century.
Popular modern options include vanities that are made to look like furniture and floating vanities, which are mounted on the wall.
"It doesn't have to be extremely trendy," Robinson said. "Keep it simple, with clean lines – you'll love it for the next 20 years."
But remember, adequate storage is often key to keeping a space neat and clutter-free!