By Verene Samuel. Bathroom Design. Published at Saturday, March 24th, 2018 - 14:23:57 PM.
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.
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.
Evoke wonderful memories of summers spent in beach huts with a stunning photo of a seaside landscape positioned above the bath. Find a favourite picture and have it made into a large-scale print, flyposter or wall decal. Make sure that you seal it with varnish to ensure that it is watertight. Scour salvage yards for reclaimed wood to use as panels on your bath, walls and floor. Don’t be discouraged when sourcing salvaged wood even when damaged, wood can often be restored to its former glory. Any dents and scratches become part of the patina of age.
Use tiling to emphasise or flatter the shape of a room. Put together a monochrome scheme using white fittings and black tiles and transform a compact space into a bathroom with a real sense of luxury. Create a distinctive break between the two colours, and a low slanted ceiling becomes a feature rather than a problem element of the room.
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