Our bathroom suites are our own personal sanctuary; a retreat away from the stressors of daily life. It is the only place in the house where we can be completely alone, stripped back and enjoy momentary silence.
From modern to classic, there are a range of different bathroom suites to cater for a range of tastes and needs. Luckily, there are also many options available based on the size you have available.
This ensuite is a striking example of how to use black and white to maximum effect. It also goes to show that how dramatic an oddly shaped room can look when styled correctly. The oblong bathtub and basins complement one another and soften the edges of a rather strong and geometric room.
It is also in vogue to use different sized tiles in the same colour way. Notice the small tiles on the walls and over sized tiles on the floor? This is totally acceptable in bathroom design today. It also allows greater movement for budget constraits.
Complementing the use of neutral tones with striking metallic tiles is both a bespoke and elegant way to decorate a bathroom. Add your own touch of pizzazz and glitz to your own personal space.
A minimalist bathroom is always in fashion, and of course, eternally elegant. If you prefer to stay away from bold or dark colours, then this is the perfect option for you. Playing with texture is a really good way to ensure the space doesn't look sterile and bare; the floor tiles are brushed in their finish and the cabinets discreetly show a wood grain.
Have you ever wanted to have your own Swedish spa in the comfort of your own home? Mimicking the same atmosphere using exposed wood grain on both the ceiling and the walls, you can feel like your monthly trip to the spa is possible everyday. As modern and minimal as this space is, you cannot help but feel warm and serene.
Your own personal profumerie, power room and spa all in one. Channel old world hollywood glamour in a modern and light filled environment. The wall cut outs are a clever storage or display unit for a multitude of different uses. You have the ability to completely change the look and feel of a room based on what you place inside the gaps.
It is also uncommon to use drapes or curtains in a bathroom nowadays. Obviously acting as a privacy screen, these sheer white drapes also create an ethereal presence of light in the room; both flattering and beautiful.