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Renaissance bathroom suites

Renaissance bathroom suites

Matching bathroom suites are having a renaissance. The ‘Stand\’ collection by Norm Architects, created for Italian brand Ex.t, is a stylish example of why. A lesson in pared-back elegance, the range, designed by Danes Kasper Ronn and Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen, combines cast-iron details, inspired by 1920s and ’30s fittings, with a 21st-century material, Living Tec – a mixture of aluminium oxide and polyester acrylic resin.

High tech bathroom

High tech bathroom

Bring technology into your bathroom for the very latest in modern living. High-tech bathrooms don\’t necessarily need to look futuristic, they can incorporate clever technical ideas to make the bathroom streamlined and efficient without it looking like something out of a science fiction film. Digital controls are big news as far as showers are concerned, consider models from Aqualisa and Methven. Adjustable lighting and AV systems are also very desirable – but always budget for expert installation, visit cedia.co.uk for…

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Bathroom design for small space

Bathroom design for small space

Careful planning and storage keep a small bathroom looking streamlined. Most people will have an average-sized bathroom – unless they\’re building a new house or working on a bedroom-to-bathroom conversion. If you are one of the former, consider fittings and furniture that make the most of the space. Use the wall area for slim (depth-wise) cabinets that can help keep surfaces free from clutter; don’t forget that a clear, uncluttered room will also look more spacious. Wall-hung fittings – whether…

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Bathroom classic style

Bathroom classic style

If you prefer a traditional bathroom look, choose a style with a detailed finish. Should you find that the sleek looks of contemporary bathrooms are not to your taste, then it\’s very easy to find beautiful, traditional-style suites and furniture to suit a more classic look. Period bathroom styles are generally more curvaceous and promote a gentler feel in the bathroom. They tend to suit older homes, without being tied to the accuracy of whether you\’ve got a Victorian terraced…

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Spa bathroom accessories

Spa bathroom accessories

Gorgeous accessories will help you create a true haven of tranquillity.   1. Bamboo numerals toothbrushes. 2. Silver Hamman bowl gift set with two Aleppo soaps and exfoliating gloves. 3. Palermo waffle cotton slippers. 4. Magnifying mirror with integral light. 5. Natural citrus Spa Fit toning massage oil, toning concentrate, scrub, ergonomic massager.   6. Expandable Aquala bath caddy with wineglass holder. 7. Semi-circular storage basket in natural water hyacinth. 8. Bathroom shelf. 9. Spa bucket set filled with sponges,…

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Hotel style bathrooms

Hotel style bathrooms

Focus on one or two luxury pieces to recreate a hotel-style bathroom athome. Hotel and spa-type looks don’t have to break the bank. Whatever your budget is. it’s possible to add a few little details that will immediately make your bathroom look and feel more luxurious. Of course, the best thing to have is lots of space for a spa or hotel-style bathroom, but it’s not always available in every home. Instead, focus on one or two key j elements to achieve…

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Japanese soaking bath

Japanese soaking bath

Love soaking in a luxuriously deep bath but don\’t have the space for a full-size tub in your home? Use Japanese-style wooden models for small bathrooms, they maybe shorter than the average bath but they are no less stylish. Team with space-saving wall-mounted taps in classic, minimalist styles to make even the most compact bathing area look fabulous.

Scrabble-style tiling

Scrabble-style tiling

This Scrabble-style tiling is an ingenious idea for a bathroom wall or kitchen splash back. Simply choose words that suit the mood of your space, then arrange them in a crossword pattern.  

Black and white bathroom design

Black and white bathroom design

The combination of black and white bathroom design has a classic appeal that can be given a contemporary twist by using simple shapes and dual-toned finishes. Take inspiration from this Dutch bathroom in Breda. A striking black floor and statement bath and sink have been counterbalanced by white walls and storage units. The result is powerful but not overwhelming.

Two tone wood and ceramic floors

Two tone wood and ceramic floors

Why limit your floor to one material? Here, we investigate how to blend ceramic tiles with wood to create subtly contrasting zones. Plus, discover an easy way to get the loo. This clever design mixes ceramic and wood tiles in a herringbone pattern to divide the bedroom and bathroom in a compact Parisian home without the need for chunky partitions. Ceramic tiles are used for the spaces that are likely to be exposed to water, and warm wood for the…

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