LondonEclectic Bathroom, London

This is an example of an eclectic bathroom in London. —  Houzz
Related Photo Topics
This photo has 17 questions
tristan_symondsonTristan Symondson wrote:1 May 2016
  • sheila_mcdougall
    4 years ago
    Thanks no, but got some alternatives.
  • mike_corp
    3 years ago

    it looks beautiful, but I wonder what is the size of the room?

luisa1974luisa1974 wrote:4 October 2015
  • Luisa Reidy
    5 years ago
    This is my favourite bathroom on here! Thank you for your response.
  • Jemima Jabb
    5 years ago

    I also adore this bathroom - I love the depth the colour gives & love the tiles - where are they from?

gemma_cottongemma_cotton wrote:5 October 2016
  • shakilah17
    4 years ago
    Craven Dunhill tiles
cs0106cs0106 wrote:6 December 2015
  • PRO
    Godrich Interiors
    5 years ago

    Farrow and Ball - Hauge Blue in eggshell

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sarah Alcroft added this to How to Get Your Ceiling Paint Colour Right15 September 2021

3 questions to ask your design professional before you paintWhat paint finish will you use? (There are options that can highlight, others that can mask, so this is important to know.)Will you also paint the cornices and ceiling rose? If yes, what colour and finish?What is the desired feel you wish to give my space? (Cosy means a darker colour, airy generally means a lighter colour.)Tell us…What colour is your ceiling? Tell us in the Comments – especially if it’s not white.

Clare Zerny added this to Renovation Diary: How do we Create a Characterful Bathroom?5 December 2017

Another thing I learned from our previous bathroom renovation was that, with an open, walk-in shower, you never quite stay warm unless under the water. So, similar to the shower unit in this bathroom, this time we’re planning on enclosing it with solid side walls for some privacy and glass to the front in the form of a door. Hopefully it will keep in the heat, not to mention the steam, which should also be helpful in a wallpapered room.

Lucy Searle added this to 10 Sensational Showers You Must See Before Designing Your Own6 October 2017

Make shower time decadentIf you want a bathroom that oozes glamour you need a rich colour scheme, an element of comfort, pattern and bags of decorative detail. This enclosed shower cubicle has it all – the built-in seat and double shower heads encourage relaxed showering for two, while the deep-blue colour scheme and detailed tile pattern make for a very grown-up space.

Jennifer Spaeth added this to Are You Guilty of Overlooking This Key Bathroom Décor Detail?25 September 2017

Look to the pastThis dramatic bathroom window has bespoke shutters that have been influenced by the Tudor period. Back then it was difficult to make big pieces of glass, so the panes were tiny and held together with lead in a criss-cross or more symmetrical pattern. The panes on these shutters have been frosted for privacy, but still maintain their period feel. Clever.

Kate Burt added this to 10 Bathrooms That Use Black to Great Effect25 November 2016

Use it to let a feature shineBlack is a great foil for a vibrant colour or pattern or – in this case – both. If you have a feature wall, feature splashback, colourful bath or even a striking shower curtain, black works as well as white does for letting it shine. This exotically tiled walk-in shower certainly deserves the attention – and if you can get some down- or uplighting on your chosen feature, as here, all the better. Note how different a grand period room looks when the window frames and ceiling are also painted dark instead of white (as in photo number one). Less the evocation of crisp linen, more historical cocoon.

Feioi added this to 14 Essential Things to Consider When Painting a Room28 June 2016

Consider using one colourUsing a single shade on walls, ceiling and woodwork can create a cohesive look. It will also give the illusion of height and space. In this stunning bathroom, the deliciously dark colour is unbroken from floor to ceiling. This creates a tall, grand look and is a great example of how dark doesn’t mean drab. By using one colour, despite its dramatic boldness, a backdrop is created for the incredible shower, the true focal point of the room.

Bathrooms with Similar Colours
Contemporary Bathroom
The Huot Residence in the Oriental Warehouse
Interior KG
TRENDS: Blanc & Noir
Eclectic Bathroom
Custom Man Cave
Scene Smith
United Kingdom
Tailor my experience using cookies

By continuing to browse this site or use this app, I agree the Houzz group may use cookies and similar technologies to improve its products and services, serve me relevant content and to personalise my experience. Learn more.