Traditional Bathrooms Still On Trend
Bathrooms have been contemporary for some time now but there is still a strong demand for a traditional and classic look, and not just for period properties.
Traditional bathrooms can be beautiful, and with a wide selection of new products that fuse the best of traditional details and modern styling, period bathrooms can be light and elegant.
We love working with British manufacturers such as Imperial Bathrooms, and Marflow, companies that are proud of their heritage and believe in traditional craftsmanship.
As a company that has always dealt with tiles, we understand how much history they can add to a bathroom design. Patterned floor and wall tiles have seen a surge in popularity over recent years. Now available in a variety of colours and patterns, they’re a great option to add colour and personality with a period feel.
A black and white colour scheme also works well to create a period look, especially for Art Deco themed rooms, which can create a real impact in your bathroom. Classic fixtures in bright white can be teamed with striking black wallpaper, bathroom tiles or cabinets to give the design impact. Black also works well as a spot colour in lamp shades, radiators and mirror frames.
Black is also a popular choice for brassware in the bathroom, but for a really luxurious period look why not opt for Antique Gold. Brassware is available in a whole host of new finishes that can keep the period feel, rose and bronze are other options.
Nothing says period bathroom like a traditional freestanding bath. A classic Victorian slipper bath can stand proud on ball or claw feet, or how about a sumptuous double-ended bath with an elegant pedestal base.
In contrast to a bold black and white scheme, your period bathroom could have a chic and timeless feel by opting for painted furniture in a soft period colour such as grey. Utopia, another favourite British brand, has some gorgeous painted furniture in a Dove Grey that works beautifully in a period bathroom.
Take a look at our Bathroom Gallery for some inspiration, or better still, why not call in and discuss how we can help you create your own unique period bathroom?