Whether you want a traditional, modern or contemporary bathroom, design experts from Kitchen & Bath Design News say that furniture-like bathroom vanities remain in high demand.
"Consumers seem to be particularly interested in stand-alone vanities that look and feel more like furniture, with stylized legs and elegant yet understated detailing," according to the October newsletter from the publication.
Other trends in bathroom vanities include pieces that offer flexible storage options such as adjustable shelving, darker finishes and the use of solid surfaces such as quartz and granite as vanity toppers. Cleaner lines that help achieve a more uncluttered look in the space is also on-trend.
"Consumers seek out personalized pieces that offer the look and feel of furniture, with scaled-down detailing that keeps the space looking clean, casual and comfortable," the newsletter states.
Luxury also remains a trend when it comes to choosing a bathroom vanity and renovating the entire room. According to Kohler.com, spa-like amenities that allow users to feel like they can relax and unwind in the privacy of their own homes remain popular.
"[Homeowners] are making their bathroom as nice a living space as the rest of their home - if not better," interior designer Suzanne Maviano told Kohler.com. "People are really enjoying their homes these days. Even though they spend a lot of time at work, when they are home, they want to feel like they’re walking into something amazing."