By Leonce Nathanael. Bathroom Design. Published at Monday, October 02nd, 2017 - 19:27:22 PM.
Create a designer feel in your bathroom by using tiles to place emphasis on a statement item of furniture or a particular area. Assign mid grey tiles to your floor, plain cream to three walls and a mix of pebble tones to the fourth. The alternative tile treatment on the single wall creates a feature backdrop for a statement bath or basin.
This country bathroom uses gentle shades of blue and a nautical theme to add character. Using subtle touches of colour and minimal accessories is a great way to introduce elements of a trend without creating a themed room. Here, shells, starfish and a blue and white striped blind give the neutral bathroom a coastal feel, but only at its most mild. The paneling around the bath offers the perfect place to display accessories.
Give your bathroom a burst of happy in petite boutique-hotel style. This tiny space has been made chic with the simple use of a coloured shower screen. Plain white tiles keep the look streamlined, while details such as the fluffy bathrobes inject a little glamour. Paint the ceiling vibrant yellow for a grand finale – it will steal the show.
If you can’t get away to a romantic bolt hole when you want, re-create one at home in rustic bathroom style. A vintage tap and hammered basin evoke an enchanting country feel. Dark wood is brightened with peacock colours. Continue the rustic charm by going for the smaller style of tile popular in post war times.
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