By Logistilla Labrecque. Bathroom. Published at Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 - 21:42:02 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.
This article has described some of the benefits of contemporary and traditional bathrooms and hopefully you are now closer to deciding which style of bathroom is right for you. It is worth pointing out however that your bathroom doesn't necessarily need to be solely traditional or contemporary in design as it is possible to combine the two together. By integrating the best elements of both contemporary and traditional into your bathroom you can create something truly original and special balancing old-world beauty and quality workmanship with modern functionality and technological innovation.
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.
White bright and fabulous bathrooms are all the buzz in the latest bathroom design craze. Bathrooms splashed with boldly colored painted walls and patterned ceramic floor tiles adorned with pristine white pottery bathroom suites create the perfect drama. To finalize the look as the French would say "la piece de resistance" the bathroom mirror. Bathrooms mirrors are one of the primary elements of any bathroom design ensemble simply because they can completely change the look of the bathroom in the sense of how both natural and artificial light are reflected.
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