By Leonce Nathanael. Bathroom Design. Published at Monday, October 02nd, 2017 - 19:27:22 PM.
A marble bathroom oozes hotel glamour, and the designers of this smart en suite have spared no expense. Cleverly surrounding a deep bath with the same marble as the floor and walls creates a seamless flow of luxury and also gives the illusion of a larger space, as the eye is not distracted by varying patterns. It’s a wonderful way to create your own spa-style bathroom at home.
New technology has led to ultra thin tiles that can be laid directly over existing flooring and wall tiles. Inkjet technology is used to faithfully replicate stone patterning, which means it is easy to have the classic look of stone without the drawbacks of weight, size limitations and cost. Large-format tiles are now available in sizes measuring up to 3m by 1m, and can be butted against each other to give a seamless finish.
Start from the ground up if you want to achieve authentic urban hotel style. Hotels need to invest in durability for the sheer volume of wear and tear their fixtures and fittings will be put through. Apply the same principle to your choice of bathroom flooring and go for sturdy ceramic tiles, then apply the graphic principle by choosing a cool colour palette and sharp repeat pattern. Infinitely cool.
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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