By Verene Samuel. Bathroom Design. Published at Thursday, September 21st, 2017 - 11:10:00 AM.
Try metro style tiles in mid grey for a modern bathroom with an industrial edge. Alternate tiles between dado and full ceiling height to match the different splashback and shower functions around the room. Keep the look co-ordinated by painting untiled sections of wall to match your grout. Pick a contrasting accent shade like zesty yellow for accessories.
Who says a family bathroom can’t have hotel style? In a predominantly white bathroom, pick a single and distinct decorative feature and run with it. In this large room modern green mosaic tiles create a polished, hotel-style finish. A clever built-in cistern adds additional storage space, while an extra long basin has plenty of room for little ones’ teeth brushing. Solve ground floor privacy issues with smart window film.
Go for gleaming metallic tones and shimmering greys for a bathroom with glamour. Choose a single tile colour and look for designs in two contrasting textures or finishes. Here, a grey textured design at the head and foot of the bath adds sparkle to the room, while the larger format version elsewhere provides a streamlined low-sheen, matt-finish contrast.
Use colour to tailor your bathroom cabinet to your scheme. This storage unit has been painted pale pink to add interest to a neutral space. Any pastel shade would work well in a country-style bathroom, but bold colours are probably best avoided with this style of furniture. As the cabinet is a traditional shape, it’s worth thinking about taps that will match a wall-mounted brass design is a classy choice.
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