By Philippine Croquetaigne. Bathroom. Published at Sunday, February 25th, 2018 - 15:07:26 PM.
Shabby Chic. "Shabby chic" a relatively new phrase used to describe room designs is an obscure blend of neglect and style. It is one of the most difficult bathroom designs to create and it takes a bold decision to go for this bathroom style. It almost certainly achieves its full potential in a continental house either a French chateau or old Spanish villa.
House owners who plan to sell their house either paint their house or do some renovation or make changes in their home decor without mostly making any changes in the bathrooms. Most people do not realize that a stylish looking bathroom increases the value of any home. If you are thinking of putting your home in the real estate market first make sure that your bath room is looking neat and stylish because you can add value to your bathroom with bathroom furniture that changes the overall look of your existing bathroom.
As with the country and traditional bathrooms cast iron baths are a must. Either a roll-top or slipper bath will do and although you don't want holes or rust the more dilapidated it looks the better. Even consider running sandpaper over the paint work and claw feet. It's always worth looking out for old fittings at antique shops and car boot sales. Counter top basins are highly recommended in this setting and the look out for extremely unusual decorated designs. Place it on a washstand or run-down vanity unit. Add unique ornaments and antique framed mirrors.
However bathrooms do not necessarily need to be ultra-modern to be creative and exciting. A very rewarding option for a new bathroom is to recreate an opulent luxurious bathroom from a past era. Edwardian or Victorian bathrooms are among the most popular choices for traditional bathrooms. Of course you needn't be tied to one particular theme or era as you can create a spectacular and unique design by mixing and matching the various aspects of different traditional bathroom designs.
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