By Verene Samuel. Bathroom Design. Published at Saturday, March 24th, 2018 - 16:09:44 PM.
Using marble in a bathroom may seem an obvious choice, but to ring the changes try wall tiles in unusual shapes. Here, geometric marble tiles add a contemporary touch and provide plenty of visual interest even for the most pared-back scheme. White marble has a timeless appeal and luxurious purity so it’s perfect for modern or country bathrooms.
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.
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.
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.
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