However, if you’ve dreamt of a roll-top bath or a walk-in shower with heating at, then you might want to take longer looking for each item individually. Choosing all white elements will obviously tie everything together, but also think about the style you’re going for – ultra modern taps will clash with traditional Victorian-style wash basins. Also look for wire, wicker or fabric baskets, large and small, to store items under or next to the sink, or even on the wall.Water and electricity don’t mix, so make sure yourare safe, first and foremost.
You could use accent lighting around your traditional bath in the form to create a tranquil, spa feel, as well.It’s rare to find bathrooms without tiles. Although it can be done with panelling, materials like tadelakt, waterproof paint, wallpaper or well-treated wood;are so copious and easy to apply that it’s hard to avoid going with tiles in the bathroom. When it comes to flooring, tiles will be durable, easy to clean and deal well with water, but if you want something different you could go with modern concrete, traditional or country-style treated wooden floorboards, or a bit more quirky bamboo, cork or vinyl.The bestwill maximise the space you have.
Recessed shelves can make a huge difference both visually and practically to traditional small bathrooms, so if you are able to have these installed when your walls are being renovated you could add some to your shower or sink area. Floating bathroom units also draw the eye to visible floor space underneath them, and clear glass shower screens will keep the room feeling open and airy.
Finishing touches like artfully placed large mirrors will also make small bathrooms appear more expansive.