By Clair Jacques. Bathroom Design. Published at Sunday, February 11th, 2018 - 06:32:59 AM.
When space is at a premium, consider recessed shelves. Line them up in a neat row to turn them into a design feature in their own right. Paint them the same colour as the rest of the wall to make them visually blend into the scheme. To create recessed shelving, you’ll need to build a false wall, which can also be used to keep plumbing out of sight.
Create a striking look with chequerboard floor tiles in your bathroom. Floors are often the last thing that people think of when decorating, but the fact that you can’t help but look at these eye-catching tiles shows just how much of an impact they can have. If you want the look to be less intense, choose larger-format black and white tiles.
Create a bathroom inspired by The Savoy with brass fittings and iridescent tiling. This awe-inspiring style is created with soothing eau de nil tiles, laid herringbone fashion, brass taps and vintage accessories. Look for pieces with a distinctly Art Deco feel and choose a black painted wash stand to add refined elegance.
Give a tired piece of furniture a new purpose simply by moving it into the bathroom. If you have a bedside table or cabinet that you’re thinking of throwing out, stop! It could be useful in your bathroom and would be a far more affordable way to include storage than a built-in unit. A natural varnished finish will look great in a traditional space, while a coat of paint would make classic styles more suitable for a modern scheme.
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