Updating your bathroom increases your home's value and gives you a private sanctuary for you to enjoy for years to come.

One of the perks of owning a home is the fact that you can take a space and make it 100 percent your own. Want to knock down a wall? Do it. Feel like finishing the basement? Go ahead. Many home remodeling jobs add a significant amount of value that'll end up paying you back in both personal comforts and in dollars when it comes time for you to sell.

A great place to start a home improvement task is in the bathroom. Unlike redoing your kitchen, redoing a bathroom poses little inconvenience from start to finish. If you find yourself looking at your master bath or powder room and wince, it's time to call in the professionals and give it a do-over. The below trending designs are not only tasteful, but they're also timeless—unlike barn-style doors and fish scale tiles. (*shudder*)

So without further ado, these are the top five bathroom trends that'll get your bathroom ready for the new Roaring Twenties: 

Illuminate Your Space With Integrated Lighting 

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Photo by Julie Aagaard 

Get ready to glow up this new decade with lighting that provides a warm and soothing feel instead of harsh and unforgiving overhead lighting.

Liven Things Up With Statement Mirrors 

big bathroom mirrors

Add a "wow" factor to your bathroom with the addition of a large framed mirror. An ample-sized mirror makes even the smallest bathrooms feel larger, and it adds in a touch of personality.

Go Black

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Image courtesy Signature Hardware

Opting for a black accent wall or adding in black fixtures creates a sleek, modern feel that'll make your bathroom look as if it belongs on the set of a James Bond film.

Re-Discover Art Deco

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Image courtesy Water Creation

This aesthetic uses brass fixtures and bold shapes to deliver a 1920's-era appeal that'll have you channeling your inner Daisy Buchanan.  

Standalone Tub = Self-Care Haven

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Image courtesy Solomon Rodgers

A standalone tub adds significant depth to your bathroom and will make you feel like you have a Roman bathhouse all to yourself. 

Have more bathroom ideas to share? Let us know in the comments!