Are you going to give your bathroom a makeover? It doesn’t matter whether it is a small en-suite or a large family business, we’re here to help and give you inspiration!
If you use your bathroom to calm down and relax at the end of a busy day, then why not add some luxury to it! Having a luxury look is all about expensive looking natural finishes and deluxe features like waterfall taps, countertop basins and freestanding baths. Explore high-spec features like whirlpool baths and digital showers to make your bathroom experience the most relaxing!
A luxury bathroom suits neutral and understated colours which gives it an ambient feel. We think natural patterns and textures look best, like marble or stone, as this makes your bathroom look expensive. To add your own creative touch then combine finishes and then introduce small sections through mosaic tiles or wall panels. Add some more extra touches, like underfloor heating and heated towel radiators.
If you want your bathroom to look ultra-modern, then try a contemporary bathroom. It will combine sleek finishes and monochrome tones to make it extra stylish.
Having sophisticated and muted colours will make this design have a strong foundation, so you can focus on having more eye-catching features like a large shower or wall hung bathroom furniture. Having a large walls and floor tiles in either grey, white or black will complement the muted colours.
If you want a contemporary bathroom then you need to have sharp edges and crisp lines, as well as a straight-edged bathroom suite. To reflect light add a lot of mirrors and high-gloss accessories.
Make your bathroom look classic with a traditional bathroom. This look is about detailed features and timeless design like, roll-top baths, lever-handle taps and old-fashioned accessories. For houses that are older this is a perfect look!
You can use wood panelling or damask wallpaper for the walls and then choose your colour to suit the period you want to emulate. If you want to achieve an Edwardian or Victorian look for darker and richer colours or if you want to go for 1920’s Art Deco aim for lighter colours.
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