Bathroom Remodel Ideas: 6 Styles You Should See Before Remodeling! - Ozarks Remodeling & Design

Many clients come to us asking for bathroom remodel ideas. They know they need a change, but they’re not sure what style will fit their home best! Before you start tearing out your tile, you absolutely have to look at these six bathroom styles! When finished you’ll have a host of bathroom remodel ideas once you’re done!

Now, I understand that if you have a sledgehammer on deck then you probably (hopefully) have your design plans in order and you’re ready to break ground on this bad boy… BUT that doesn’t mean that you can’t allow a few minor adjustments.

Today, I’d like to discuss a few bathroom remodel ideas and 6 styles that we’re loving!

Traditional Bathroom Style:

The traditional style offers a combination of comfortable furniture, classic designs, and casual décor. In terms of bathroom remodel ideas, it’s been around forever, but that doesn’t make it boring. It is a term that includes several design elements, including warm colors and symmetrical lines. The tried-and-true style.

Some call it ordinary, some call it plain, I simply see it for what it is – classic and timeless.

There is absolutely nothing wrong with going back to the basics, without the fancy-schmancy accommodations that some other styles may provide. I’m not knocking any other bathroom design styles.

Going the “traditional” route is almost like going to your hometown after years and years when you’ve settled elsewhere. It’s comfortable. It’s safe, and it still provides that cozy feeling that puts you at ease. Simply put, it’s home. And it’s as they say: There’s nothing wrong with going home.

luxury chandelier bathroom remodel
Traditional style bathrooms never really go out of style using basics that are timeless.

Modern Bathroom Style:

Modern is clean, crisp, and forward thinking. Minimal and sleek. We’re talking glass showers, angular sink fixtures, a lone freestanding tub, large windows, and as much space as you can manage with this style.

The greatest thing about the modern-style is how streamlined everything looks. Every element of the bathroom is tasteful, sleek, and elegant. It’s toned down in terms of color and lets the materials do the talking. Some may see it as cold, but I think it’s very sophisticated.

Modern Bathroom with wooden walls and floor.
Interior of modern bathroom with wooden walls and floor, black bathtub, a potted plant and horizontal mock-up poster frame on the wall.

Hampton Bathroom Style:

Something I love to see is the Hampton-style bathroom. As you can see in the picture below, this style boasts very neutral colors, the majority being white, and prides itself on chicness. Subway tile is usually infused in the mix along with marble and some textured linen.

As far as the vanity goes, shaker or doors paired with beadboard work well for the Hamptons look. Whites, navy blue, and other coastal colors are often found in the vanity. In terms of lighting, this style usually focuses on the sconce lights that hang on either side of the mirror, or in the middle. The tapware is usually chrome or nickel-plated. Definitely more of a traditional feel when it comes to the fixtures. Just like the Hamptons, it’s preppy, yet casual.

Hampton style is clean and chic.
The Hampton style boast a clean yet casual coastal feel.

Contemporary Bathroom Styles:

Similar to the modern style, contemporary brings you an extremely sleek design. Colors are often neutral, often mixed with one main bold color. The fixtures aren’t typical either. They’re fixed to the wall, which practically screams “I’m Not Traditional!”.

Contemporary design is in the present, pushing the boundaries a bit, but isn’t necessarily eclectic. It’s definitely not for everyone, but those who love contemporary design really love it. This style is bold and takes a special eye to put a great contemporary design together.

Luxury bathroom details of stone, tile, and glass doors.
Luxury bathroom details of stone, tile, and glass doors.

Farmhouse Bathroom Style:

There are a few design styles that meld together, that all share similarities. The farmhouse look, shabby chic or rustic can sometimes be used interchangeably, depending on who’s describing them. While rustic tends to feel more “mountainous”, with lots of woods with heavy grain, stone, galvanized metal and outdoorsy finishes, Farmhouse mixes old and new, utilizing wood, metal, antique pieces and new fixtures or accents. It’s typically neutral and understated, with bright whites and classic subway tile. Joanna Gaines catapulted this style into popularity, but we think it’s here to stay. It pulls from the best of both worlds, trendy and timeless, clean and rough around the edges. This style is so easy to take and totally make it your own!

The farmhouse style is a great mix of old and new.
The farmhouse look can be described several ways but it generally leans toward a rustic feel, mixing old with new.

Transitional Style:

Transitional bathrooms are defined as combining elements of one design era with those of another. Oftentimes the design elements are from adjacent eras, where one prevalent design and decoration style began to give way to another.

This style refers to a contemporary style mixing traditional and modern styles. It features a lack of ornamentation and decoration with minimal accessories keeps the focus on the simplicity and sophistication of the design.

Color palettes are typically neutral and subtle and may be monochromatic, with color in art and accents rather than upholstery and floors. You’ll often find shaker styles, large format tile, and quartz tops.

Transitional bathroom styles are typically neutral and subtle.
Transitional bathroom interior design in soft beige colors. Features glass shower with taupe tile surround and white vanity with modern shaker cabinets.

While there are SO many styles to look at in terms of bathroom remodel ideas, these are a few we really love to see!

Whether you’re going glam, traditional, modern, old world, or mountain lodge rustic, we can make it happen for you. We’re experts of design, knowing just how to pair your materials and fixtures to help you achieve the look you love.

When you’re ready to get started on your bathroom remodel, there’s only one thing left to do. Schedule your free design consultation with Ozarks Remodeling and you’ll have the most stylish design, and quality that will last for a lifetime!

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