If you ever get embarrassed when a guest asks to use your bathroom, then it may be time for a bit of a revamp. Your bathroom should be a room in the house which you’re proud of; and one where you can relax and pamper yourself. If you’re bathroom is less pamper and more pauper then you need some of this year’s amazing bathroom design tips.
If you like all things traditional then you’re in luck, as this style bathroom is red hot in 2014. Start off with walls that are half neutral and half metro tiles, and a plain tiled floor. Next you want a large roll top bath and a high level toilet. Don’t forget your hand towel rail fixed to a bold, square sink and a gorgeous Victorian style radiator. Finish the look off with some personal touches of your own for a truly traditional bathroom. Traditional bathrooms are perfect for those who want to recreate a manor house feel, without necessarily having the manor house.
Everyone craves a luxury style bathroom to feel like a pampered princess (or prince) in. 2014 sees the return of the over the top luxurious bathroom, complete with all the mod-cons. We found some gorgeous waterproof wall tiles from DBS Bathrooms which will start the look off nicely. Add in a huge free standing bath with a rounded toilet and sink. Next you want some bathroom furniture, such as wicker drawers to keep all of your pampering goodies in. If you’re feeling flash then finish the whole look off with a waterproof TV set into the wall! If you don’t have the money for all things luxury then just pick some key pieces, like the bath, to blow your budget on.
Modern Hotel Style Bathroom
Not everyone can afford to stay in hotels all the time anymore, so why not bring the hotel to you? Start of this contemporary look with black and white tiling for the floors and the walls. Pick a bath that has a black skirt, to match your walls and floors, and to give off that monochrome feel. His and her countertop sinks and a high level toilet will create a Hilton style bathroom to be proud of. You can even add in black and white towels and matching accessories for a more polished look. Just don’t let anyone walk off with all your mini toiletries!
You don’t have to have a huge bathroom to be able to compete with the trendiest designs this year. Closet room toilets and shower rooms are becoming extremely popular ways to use up any extra space in the house. To ensure your small bathroom isn’t overcrowded stick to a minimal theme and plenty of neutral colours. You can find toilets, sinks and even showers specifically designed for smaller bathrooms; so have a look around. Try clever storage ideas to keep all your bathroom bits hidden away, so that your small bathroom doesn’t look cluttered.
Whatever your style and however big your bathroom, there should be something here to suit your needs. Now the next time a guest asks to use your bathroom, you can show them the way with pride.