There are so many beautiful bathroom design ideas out there, it can be hard to decide which one is right for your home. Whatever your style – modern, traditional, minimalist or extravagant – our experts can help you to find your perfect bathroom decor.
Whether you are looking to completely overhaul your bathroom fittings, or just want to modernise with a few well-placed accessories, there are so many ways to redecorate your bathroom.
One of the quickest ways to update is to invest in smart storage. Decluttering your bathroom will create a feeling of space and will help to organise a big family. Choose tall shelving units and allocate a shelf to a different need or family member to make sure your bathroom stays in place: Fresh, clean and decluttered every day.
Add some homely touches to a stark white bathroom with a pop of colour. Bright flooring or tiles will instantly lift all white fittings, as will mutli-coloured soft furnishings. Give your bathroom a Moroccan feel with some richly-coloured accessories: Lanterns, pretty soaps and fluffy towels are inexpensive ways of adding a touch of luxury to your bathroom.
Or choose classic bathroom styles, such as a monochrome colour scheme or country theme and completely redecorate your bathroom. Black and white floor tiles are one of our favourite flooring options and always look chic, even in a tiny space. Or replace a bath panel with tongue and groove, which will look feminine and elegant when paired with floral wallpaper.
Need country-style bathroom storage? Paint a junk-shop low-level cupboard with white eggshell and conceal the plumbing for a countertop basin inside, drilling holes for the tap and waste pipe. Add a few pretty touches, such as a selection of toiletries and a vase or tumbler for fresh flowers.
Give your bathroom reclaimed style, even if your fixtures and fittings are modern, by adding a vintage crate for your towels. Choose white, brick-shaped tiles for the walls and a square wall-mounted basin.
Replace an old bath panel with tongue and grove for a vintage country-style bathroom. Either cut planks to size or buy a pre-made bath panel. Paint a calming blue shade, picked out from a floral wallpaper.
Add personality to your bathroom with feature tiles incorporating colour, pattern or texture, or even a mixture of all three. You dont need to go all-out and cover every surface with them try using them on a feature wall or lay them around a favourite feature such as the basin.
Less shiny than chrome, nickel has a warm and classic finish, which is left unlacquered to develop a beautiful natural patina. It can be found coating baths, framing console basins and even being used to make cisterns for loos, and does a fine job of adding glamour to a more traditional bathroom. It’s already a massive hit in the States.
Given they have more than 200 tile ranges, its bold for Fired Earth to predict their next best seller, but they reckon it will be the East Hampton white marble. Customers cant get enough of its upmarket feel, using it in various formats all over the house, but judging from this stunning shot, the bathroom is the place to start.
Re-create the spa experience with a shower fitting that guarantees youll get a good soaking. Just make sure youve got enough water pressure, your ceiling can take the weight and that you have a shower tray deep enough to handle the extra spray.
Close your eyes and think of a relaxing location. What springs to mind an idyllic country garden, or a waterfall cascading into a tropical pool? We thought as much and so, it seems, have many bathroom designers. By creating fittings that mimic flowers, leaves, twigs and even dry earth, theyre intending that we turn our bathroom into a soothing sanctuary modelled on Mother Nature.
We’re used to seeing a fusion of old and new designs in kitchens, but B&Q has turned its attention to the bathroom. Its Dahl suite combines the ultimate heritage piece a roll-top bath with a sharply-tailored WC and pedestal basins. You can take the look further by mixing modern and traditional brassware.
Think carefully about the fittings youre installing in your bathroom and you wont just help the planet youll cut your bills, too. As much as 25% of your energy bill comes from heating water for your home, and by installing this low-capacity bath, the average household could be warming up 21,170 litres less water each year wow!
Ever wanted to incorporate artwork into your bathroom but werent sure how? Look no further than this satin-aluminium radiator. It works as a unique focal point, provides ample heat either as an electric or centrally heated version, and, most importantly, gives you somewhere to hang soggy towels.