You want innovative and jaw-dropping designs throughout your entire home, but bathrooms can sometimes get stuck in a rut. Luckily, the bathroom design industry has grown immensely over the past few years, and these trends will have you thinking outside the box when it comes to creating your very own luxurious bathroom.


A decade ago, large roman-style tubs sold homes and were the cornerstone of bathroom design. However, they frequently go unused, and you may find yourself longing for a more spa-like, deluxe shower. And you don’t just want an enlarged shower space, but more showerheads too. Imagine each morning, stepping into a luxurious and over-the-top shower that includes a regular shower head, a rain-head shower, a handheld showerhead, and even body sprays. You may even choose to include a steam shower to really elevate your experience.


The recessed niche in your shower may be perfectly functional for holding soaps and shampoo, but it can be a pain to clean. Instead, consider creating a ledge to hold your shower products by building a half-wall next to your shower enclosure. Not only is there more surface space for everyone’s soaps, this ledge wall is easier to install, easier to clean, and tailored to today’s more streamlined and modern look. Also, if your vision for the perfect bathroom retreat includes a freestanding soaker tub, but you are worried about storage, consider adding a ledge behind the tub. It’s functional and can be a fun design element or focal point to the room.


Do you love tile, but dread spending your Saturday afternoon scrubbing miles of grout? For a cleaner look, go with larger tiles or even solid surface, like quartz, porcelain, or Kohler’s Choreograph panels on the walls of the shower. These stunning options not only complement the “less is more” lifestyle but can work in any space.


Standard vanity cabinets are fine, they fulfill their function and can be beautiful. However, you don’t want to miss this opportunity to create visual interest by adding another design feature to your space. You can work with a designer to build a custom furniture style vanity that perfectly suits your design, or go for the clean, contemporary lines of a floating vanity.


Rather than the last place you think about remodeling, powder rooms are the perfect place to add a little design fun to your home. Go wild with furniture-style vanities, decorative tiles or penny rounds, shiplap on the walls, and even bold colors, patterns, & lighting.

Whether it’s a brand-new master bathroom retreat or a playful powder room, ACo is here to help, visit to schedule a free in-home design consultation. Not only do we want you to love where you live, we want you to love every room in your home – including your bathrooms.