By Sylvaine Emile. Bathroom Design. Published at Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 - 05:39:17 AM.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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