Renovation of Townhouse BathroomVictorian Bathroom, London

Eclectic bathroom: we had to organise the content of this bathroom in a lovely Victorian property.

In accord with the client, we wanted to preserve the character of the building but not at the expense of creativity and a good dose of quirkiness.We there fore used a mix of pebble and wood flooring to create a lavish bath area - with a twist.

Victorian bathroom in London with a claw-foot bath, pebble tiles, multi-coloured walls and pebble tile flooring. —  Houzz
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juliebutterworth
Julie Butterworth added this to Inspirational Ideas for Dado and Picture Rails27 Jul 2018

Contain a bold designDado and picture rails have the benefit of framing areas, allowing you to choose bolder designs that might be too much across an entire wall.It’s also less expensive to cover restricted spaces, so you can splash out on your favourite design. Match below-dado walls to a leaf shade on a large-scale floral, as the designers of this room have, to create a nicely balanced feel.

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to Floor Pairings That Look Great Together16 Nov 2017

Make your bath feel specialThe designers of this indulgent bathroom have highlighted the roll-top bath by laying different flooring beneath it. They’ve chosen textured pebble tiles, which are very different to the dark wood flooring that surrounds them. The contrast works to separate the bathing area and make it feel even more special, and the dark bath complements the deep brown wood that frames the pebbles.

egondesign
Egon Walesch Interior Design added this to 12 Modern Ways With Floral Wallpaper10 Apr 2016

Position carefully for impactIt’s always worth working out where to place the large images on a paper such as this before you actually hang it. You want to make sure your favourite parts of the design are given prominence when it’s in situ. Think of the other furniture and accessories, too, when working out the optimum position.Here, the paper has been teamed with calming French Grey paint to tone down the exuberance of the floral design and create a restful yet interesting space for relaxing and bathing.

meerafinnes
Meera Innes added this to 10 Tips for Making Your Bathroom a Peaceful Haven20 Jul 2015

Zone your tub with textured flooringZoning is a smart design trick that defines sub-spaces according to their function. This is particularly effective in a small space such as a bathroom, where it can be achieved using contrasting flooring to carve out a designated space for relaxation. This is also a great opportunity to add texture that creates a non-slip surface around the bath or shower – the pebbled texture above is a smart alternative to the bathroom’s potentially slippery wooden floor.Read expert advice on what you should know before designing a new bathroom

saraemslie
Sara Emslie added this to Decorating: Fill Your Home With Floral Blooms and Foliage16 Feb 2015

Be bold in the bathroomIf your taste is generally quite muted, it can be fun to be a little more adventurous in your bathroom or cloakroom. Take a style lead from the architecture of the space: for example, romantic botanical prints bursting with exotic blooms, such as palm trees and orchids, could be used to create a colonial look, and would sit particularly well with Victorian-style sanitaryware. Here, wallpaper depicting lady’s-slipper orchids is the perfect design for drawing attention to the slipper bath. In a 1960s house, on the other hand, a hint of kitsch Hawaiian foliage might work well. Or, in a grand Georgian room, you might combine a strong black and white stripe with your florals.Browse 10 more bathroom ideas for Victorian homes

sophiebaylis
Sophie Baylis added this to Bathroom Planning: What Shape Bath Should I Choose?17 Nov 2014

Slide into a slipperA slipper bath is easily identified by its extended backrest, which provides excellent head and back support. Traditionally, taps were located at the shallow end, but today they are often positioned in the middle of the bath, leaving both ends free so you can lean back and relax. Similar to the traditional roll-top, slipper baths feature a curved lip and are raised off the floor on feet.

rachelchristie
Rachel Christie added this to Colour: How to Work With Pantone’s Colour of the Year 201414 Jun 2014

Feature some floral notesPurple can look totally fab in the bathroom, whether on mosaic tiles, a freestanding bath or patterned wallpaper. The soft purple orchids in this wallpaper work beautifully with a pale sage green, used on the wall panelling, bringing a summery feel to this bright, light bathroom.TELL US...What did you think of Radiant Orchid? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.

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laurie_szewczyk
Laurie Szewczyk added this to Bathroom Ideas3 days ago

Free standing tub w/ different floor

merv_cooper
Merv Cooper added this to Bathroom 10 July 201910 Jul 2019

like the timber floor more than tiles

sarah_moyle18
Sarah Moyle added this to Bathroom Layout9 Jul 2019

Alternative to tiles and plain paint

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