The bathroom is such an important room in the house. It has the obvious functional side – a place to wash, dress, brush teeth and take medicines. It’s often a place of rest and relaxation too – long soaks with bubbles, candles, magazines, music and glasses of wine are a much loved pleasure for many.
So, what’s your dream style? This website if full of bathroom ideas to get you started on creating your new look.
This bathroom style incorporates a utilitarian vibe with naked copper pipes, metal lockers & wire cages for storage. Clean, unfussy and practical, perfect for loft and factory conversions.
Lots of gold, lots of opulence – think 1940s Hollywood. Oversized cut glass chandeliers ornate rococo mirror and picture frames. Over the top swag & tail curtains. A place to indulge and linger for a while.
An eclectic style drawing on global influences… glazed Moroccan tiles, Indian hammered metal framed mirrors and colourful woven laundry baskets from Ghana. Candles, incense and keepsakes picked up on travels to faraway lands, finish the look.
Clean lines, white-washed walls, white suite, lots of invisible storage to hide away all the washing, cleaning, health and beauty accoutrements. An uncluttered space that gives room for clear thought and relaxation.
Feminine doesn’t just mean pink and fluffy. Display pretty perfume bottles, lotions and potions – vases of fresh, fragrant flowers perhaps. A place for pampering and indulgence.
Less Corby trouser press more classic wooden valet stand. Unfussy, but comfortable and warm. Lots of wood, soft towels and quality toiletries.
A very natural and lush look. The UK may be a temperate country, but lots of tropical plants love a bathroom environment where it’s often, warm and steamy. A few we recommend are the peace lily, orchids, ferns and succulents such as echeveria, aloe vera and the jade plant. If you’re limited in your windowsill or shelf space, spider plants are perfect for hanging baskets.
A fun and vibrant space with bold and bright primary colours. Quirky, vintage accessories and comic book graphics add further interest.
A strong, crisp design look dating back to the Art Deco movement that originally came to prominence in the 1920s era. Chrome baths, basin pedestals, towel warmers and radiators are classic pieces. Angular shower heads and bath taps maintain the flow of things.
A nautical or coastal theme is a popular, much-loved decorating scheme for bathrooms – and not just for those that live near the beach. The seaside association with clean air, bathing and freshness being a strong draw. Shades of blue and white which reflect sea and sky work very well. Weathered paint finishes add character. Finish the look with objets trouvés that you picked up on your travels such as shells, pebbles and drift wood.