By Mavis Salas. Bathroom. Published at Wednesday, September 20th, 2017 - 15:04:29 PM.
The colour scheme was inspired by a visit to a tile shop, where the owners fell in love with a marble design. ‘The variation in each tile was beautiful, ranging through all shades of grey to beige and hints of pink that gave a rich warm hue. Weused the marble tones as a base,’ says the owner. ‘By using soft greys and natural elements of woodgrain and marble in the decor, it always feels warm and inviting in here.’ A heated towel rail in a chrome finish, adds extra warmth to the space, and makes a neat space to store towels.
If you prefer formal over slouchy and laid-back, swap coastal scenes for classic striped wallpaper and ease back on the shabby finishes. If you can’t give up the glamour, swap matt cottons for colonial-style black accents, sparkling glassware and pure linen. Bright whites, faded denim blues and a few pops of scarlet create an easy-going but quintessentially British seaside feel. Look for bathroom storage with a rustic, weathered finish in a pale palette and keep it fun and quirky in a family bathroom with plenty of themed accessories and motifs.
The tactile texture of warm wood is the ideal partner for smart stone if you want to give your bathroom some earthy elegance. Natural materials will add character and warmth to your room. They’ll also help to soften the sleek lines of modern sanitaryware. Basins and baths carved from stone can add an unusual, rugged element to any scheme. Stone tiles are a timeless option for both walls and floors, but check that they’re slip resistant and sealed properly to prevent potential leaks.
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