Take a look inside a stylish floral bathroom makeover

Take a look around this small feminine bathroom that has been transformed from a dull white bathroom. Check out Housetohome for loads more bathroom ideas and inspiration.

To create a new streamlined look, fitted furniture, space-saving solutions, and a pale pallete were chosen. Shots of pink through a floral tile design add interest.

The bath is from Carron and the tiles are from Tiles UK.

1/7 Floral bathroom makeover

bathroom with cream wall and bathtub

(Image credit: Future PLC/Simon Whitmore)

Click ahead for the before shot..

2/7 Bathroom before

under construction bathroom with bathtub

(Image credit: Future PLC/Simon Whitmore)

To achieve the modern but feminine look that the owners wanted, the old suite was ripped out and a new bath, with overhead shower, was added.

Overall cost: £5,203

Click ahead to see the dramatic transformation...

3/7 Storage and radiator

room with tiles on wall and storage drawer

(Image credit: Simon Whitmore)

The owners longed for space-efficient storage, so installed a wall-hung cupboard, that matches the vanity units, to hold all their towels and toiletries.

This handy storage unit is from Ambiance Bain. The heated radiator is from Orchid Bathrooms.

4/7 Sink unit

room with cream wall and sink unit

(Image credit: Simon Whitmore)

A built-in vanity unit below the sink is a great storage solution for towel and toiletries, helping to keep the small bathroom clutter-free.

The basin unit is from Ambiance Bain, and the ceramic bathroom accessories are from Debenhams.

5/7 Storage close up

room with tiles and storage drawer

(Image credit: Simon Whitmore)

The owners had to get rid of a laundry basket on the floor to maximise space, so had one fitted in the wall mounted storage unit instead.

The wall mounted storage unit with added laundry basket comes from Ambiance Bain.  The towels are from Christy.

6/7 Tap close up

bathroom with sink and tap

(Image credit: Simon Whitmore)

These simple and stylish taps were chosen because they are fast-filling and the mixer fitting is easy to clean.

This Sigma mixer tap is from Francis Pegler.

7/7 Sink

bathroom with mirror on wall and sink with tap

(Image credit: Simon Whitmore)

The basin and vanity unit have been made into a unique focal point by framing an oversized mirror with patterned tiles.  The mirror helps shine light around this small bathroom.

The basin and basin unit are both from Ambiance Bain, and the wall tiles are from Tiles UK.

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Thea Babington-Stitt
Managing Editor

Thea Babington-Stitt is the Managing Editor for Ideal Home. Thea has been working across some of the UK’s leading interiors titles for around 10 years.

She started working on these magazines and websites after graduating from City University London with a Masters in Magazine Journalism. Before moving to Ideal Home, Thea was News and Features Editor at Homes & Gardens, LivingEtc and Country Homes & Interiors.