WimbledonTransitional Bathroom, London
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Work a schemeIf you treat your bathroom with the same design perspective you’d use in, say, your living space or bedroom, you’ll find it easier to stick to a colour scheme that will help to dictate what to display and what to hide. This way, added details, such as special toiletries, bath mats, shower curtains and ornaments, will be harmonious with the room, creating a space that’s a joy to be in, with every detail considered.
Introduce touches of colourIf painting the walls is out, look to add touches of colour where you can in a plain room. Painting the side of the bath, whether it’s a roll-top or wood panelled, will transform it, yet is easy to reverse should you need to. Switching in new window blinds can instantly smarten up the space, too.TELL US…Have you spruced up your rented bathroom? Share your tips and photos in the Comments below.
Treat yourself to a trad tubWith its softly rounded ends, underside painted a mellow shade and neat white feet, this traditional roll-top bath looks as warm as the bath water it holds. Find a reclaimed version or check out some of the many new models in this timeless design.TELL US...What is your ultimate feel-good piece of furniture? Share yours in the Comments below.
Say yes to stripesStripes are a classic ingredient of a coastal-inspired scheme, rocking the British seaside deckchair look beautifully. Use them as an accent to tip a largely neutral scheme towards the nautical.Check out ideas for styling a striped wall
Keep them classicMetro tiles fit perfectly into a more traditional interior. Here, the roll-top bath and period accessories work brilliantly with the walls. Repeat similar colours around the room to create cohesion, as with this subtle green shade.