Bathroom / June 15, 2018 / Laurette Gautier.
Popular bathroom colours of all times include white, shades of grey, blue, beige, taupe, pistachio and lavender. From pale to charcoal grey a variety of shades are used in conjunction with white to decorate the interior of the bathroom. This trend is most common in Scandinavian design inspired homes as well as the contemporary bathroom.
New printing processes can create highly realistic interpretations of natural stone, marble and wood on ceramic tiles, so you can save hundreds on the cost of tiling of your bathroom without sacrificing the overall look. Using mosaic tiling is also a great option: it’s on trend, but also cost effective, as you don’t need to use much of it. Cut sheets in half or use fine strips between larger plain tiles to create vertical features behind a basin or horizontally around a bath.
Don’t cram in fittings (this will only make the room feel smaller) and research products that will help you make the most of your square meterage, such as wet-room style showers or Japanese-style square tubs.
There’s no point pining for his-and-her sinks, a statement walk-in shower or a double-ended roll top if they won’t fit. The truth of the matter is it isn’t going to be possible in the most UK bathrooms – apparently the average footprint is about the same as a king-size bed.
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