By Damien Clarisse. Bathroom Design. Published at Friday, March 16th, 2018 - 03:05:39 AM.
Use the colours of nature to inspire your decorating scheme. Play with the sky, sea and sand to form a dreamy coastal colour scheme. A weathered, faded look is the essence of a coastal theme for your home, think bleached and dip-dyed linens and fabrics. Bring the colours of the seaside into your home and channel coastal chic with calming whites and cool shades of blue. Punctuate this nautical scene with candle holders and accessories in a similar colour palette.
The natural veining of marble makes for a stunning backdrop to a walk-in shower. Go for a large-scale tile for the best effect and choose varying colours to create a beautiful patchwork. Using the same tiles from floor to ceiling makes the shower look almost seamless. Here, a small step has been added to accommodate practical drainage, but in fact it only adds to the luxurious feel.
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.
When space is at a premium, install a set of pretty-but-practical recessed shelves. They’re an unobtrusive way to keep bathroom essentials neat and tidy without having to splash out on built-in units. Building a row of shelves into a false wall is also a clever way to hide unsightly pipework. Remember to position your shelves within easy grabbing distance of your bath, shower or basin.
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