By Camillei Guignard. Bathroom. Published at Friday, March 22nd, 2019 - 23:44:32 PM.
For the sanitary ware go with wall-hung or standard close-coupled toilet and basin with pedestal with acute angles and a contemporary design. Abstract towel rails and wenge wall-hung furniture fit well in the fantasy bathroom, giving it that calm almost surreal look. The ultimate luxury in a fantasy bathroom would have to be a waterproof TV. You could even think of doubling the bathroom up as gym, complete with exercise bike and rowing machine.
Traditional. The Traditional bathroom can mean either traditional in terms of Edwardian or Victorian style, or in respect to a standard white bathroom with basic sanitary ware and bath. Here, we’ll be looking at the style of bathroom design where it all started. Over the past decade, with the popularity of TV shows like Changing Rooms, the trend for old-fashioned bathrooms has seen a real upsurge. A rare gem of an old slipper bath or rusty traditional faucet may be found at a scrap yard or in a skip, but thankfully manufacturers are keeping up with demand with skillfully crafted traditional bathroom products.
For many people who are considering redecorating their bathroom, black is one of the last colours that they will think of; pale pastel shades, and blues and greens are far more traditional colours. However, black is actually a great colour for a bathroom and with ranges of black coloured washroom accessories becoming more and more common, there is no excuse for black bathrooms not to be considered. Black bathrooms are effortlessly chic looking, without looking at all pretentious. They are also modern looking, without the risk of becoming unfashionable, because black is a timeless colour. Even if you do not want to have an entirely black bathroom, black and white monochrome bathrooms can still look particularly impressive compared to traditionally pastel shaded rooms.
The bathroom has come along way in the past one hundred years. Once just a basic tub set in front of the living room fire and filled with buckets of water, the bathing experience is now a luxury in almost every western home. Back then, a ”bathroom” was something only the wealthy and privileged could afford to have in their house. It was this trend which lead to the mass production of bathroom products.The Edwardian and Victorian styles of the time are still a popular choice today. They look exquisite in a villa or cottage bathroom, and never loose their appeal in terms of design.
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