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 house or country cottage. A free-standing roll-top bath is a key part
of the look although it’s not vital, as a regular-sized bath can be kitted out
with either timber or tongue-and- groove panelling. This is a great alternative
to the contemporary acrylic panels that are generally offered with standard
baths. High-level cisterns are also a very striking traditional choice. Think
about classic choices for decor, such as black and white floor tiles, wall
panelling and a radiator/towel warmer. You can still have all the mod cons though,
such as underfloor heating.
clear, crisp colour scheme why not match the exterior of the bath to the walls?
This is the
Painted Boat Bath made from double-skinned acrylic in Cook’s Blue by Farrow
floor can’t support a cast-iron bath choose this model made from Chadite. It
gives the feel of cast iron but is much lighter.
furniture is invaluable in a family bathroom, and if you\’ve got enough space
you could choose washstands with drawer space.
A country style.
wood finishes lend a softer style and warm neutral shades add a relaxed feel.