By Aya Coudert. Bathroom. Published at Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 - 23:18:00 PM.
When decorating a traditional bathroom both soft tones and bold colours can work well. Strong tones of browns maroons and greens give a nice warmth to the room but be sure the bathroom is well lit maybe with a lavish chandelier. With the right colours antique gold can look better than chrome. Go for curtains never blinds. If going for a vanity unit rather than a traditional basin and pedestal choose an oak or cherry finish; or the white Cynk vanity unit is a good look with traditional baths and toilets.
The bathroom has come along way in the past one hundred years. Once just a basic tub set in front of the living room fire and filled with buckets of water the bathing experience is now a luxury in almost every western home. Back then a "bathroom" was something only the wealthy and privileged could afford to have in their house. It was this trend which lead to the mass production of bathroom products.
The Edwardian and Victorian styles of the time are still a popular choice today. They look exquisite in a villa or cottage bathroom and never loose their appeal in terms of design. Today thanks to advanced plumbing and modern technology the bathroom may well have evolved as far as it can. With luxury steam rooms and hydrotherapy baths it's difficult to imagine how bathrooms could get any more sophisticated. That said the bathroom like any room in the house is ever changing in terms of design trends. Here we look at the five most popular styles of bathroom designs. Traditional Country Shabby chic Contemporary and Fantasy.
Change the colors in your bathroom. If you plan a bathroom remodeling I advise you to change the colors you have now. Why? This way you will really feel the change. You can leave the old tiles if you really like them and if they are in good condition. Choose a pastel color for the walls if you have a small bathroom or be bold and select a combination with a dark color for the tiles if you have a big bathroom. Like colors a clear shower door glass fools the eye and makes the room seem larger.
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