Bathroom Design Ideas and Inspiration

With the busy lives most of us lead these days, we feel everyone should be able to create a space in which to unwind, relax and enjoy a little “me time”. We give you the inspiration and know-how to convert your tired, dated and cluttered bathroom into somewhere you are proud to show off and spend time in. It’s the place to come if you’re stuck for bathroom ideas, no matter how small or large! Perhaps you already have a dream bathroom in mind, but just need some ideas to add the finishing touches? Read the full article.

Bathroom Designs

Free-standing Bathtub: Old-world Shapes for the New Star of the Bathroom

Who wouldn’t want one in their bathroom? The free-standing bathtub is a dream come true in popular belief; it is a corner set aside for pleasure and relaxation to enjoy fully in the comfort of your own bathroom. Read the full article.

How Can I Make My Small Bathroom Look Bigger?

For many, having a large bathroom is what dreams are made of. In fact, the UK has some of the smallest new builds in Europe. Research from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) conducted a study and found that new houses in some parts of Europe were found to be as much as 80% bigger than those in the UK. Read the full article.

Difference Between Accessible and Universal Bathroom Design

If you are planning a bathroom remodeling, it may be a good time to learn about types of bathroom design that can efficiently serve the family. This is especially true if there are members of the family that require specific parameters to have seniors or the handicapped use the bathroom. Read the full article.

Here Are Key Take- Outs When it Comes to Feature Tiles in Bathrooms:

  • Use feature tiles to make a statement or in a more functional sense highlight a specific area of a bathroom.
  • Don’t forget feature floors! Your statement can be horizontal, in which case a clean and simple wall tile is the perfect complement.
  • Feature tiles comes in different shapes and sizes – try ideas with different shapes, textures and sizes.
  • Watch out for feature creep. Feature tiles are just one potential hero to have in your bathroom. Don’t overdo it by adding a feature bath, feature fittings, feature lighting and so on as they’ll cancel each other out.
  • Be wary of using a complex tile in a small space – it could be too overwhelming or busy for an enclosed area.