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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 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.

Bathroom classic style

Clever colour.

For a 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 & Ball.

Bathroom classic style

A lightweight.

If your 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.

Bathroom classic style

Storage space.

Storage furniture is invaluable in a family bathroom, and if you've got enough space you could choose washstands with drawer space.

Bathroom classic style

A country style.

Painted wood finishes lend a softer style and warm neutral shades add a relaxed feel.

29-02-2016, 03:01
Autor: kastiel
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