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Bathe in Beauty - Style for Your Bathroom

It's often one of the smallest rooms in the house. And it can be tempting to think of it purely in practical terms. But the bathroom is one place we spend a lot of time, and there are so many great ways to make more of the space, it's a shame not to give it more attention. So here's a few ways to make your bathroom that bit more beautiful.

Natural Beauty

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Natural materials such as wood and stone have seen a resurgence in recent times, and are particularly favoured in the bathroom at the moment. Another trend that's increasing in popularity is a significant presence of plant life, such as large, decorative plants and full-on 'living walls'. Or if you want to go one step further, you could consider an outdoor shower! Perhaps not the most workable idea given the British weather, but it's an option...

Contemporary Bathroom Features

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Modern and innovative approaches to lighting or wall designs that have become popular in other areas of the home have now made their way into bathrooms. Bold colours and prints have also started to feature, giving bathrooms a more contemporary look that continues the overall style of a home into this space. Perhaps try some Ebb and Flow Rowan or Pendant Lamps for your bathroom lights to give the space a fresh look and feel.

Bigger Walk In Showers

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Baths aren't the only place for luxuriating now, walk -in showers are more popular, becoming bigger and more decadent. Whether you simply want a bit more space to belt out a few off-key tunes in the morning, or are looking for something ultra-opulent like a rainfall showerhead.

Coastal Style

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This look is a classic for a reason. Water being the obvious link between the two spaces and blue being an often-used colour (our light blue Chevron and Catamaran rugs from Dash & Albert would work particularly well in this scheme), this popular theme can get a bit tired and uninspired, but if you think more modern beach spa you can give it a subtle, sleek feel that will look modern and luxurious.

Tech Central

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Having started in the living and home office, then moved into the kitchen, Big Tech has now infiltrated the bathroom too. Big, flatscreen tvs are now featuring on bathroom walls, along with clever sound and lighting systems, so you can lie back in the bath, watching your favourite show or listen to your favourite shower songs as they were intended to sound.


Post written by Julie Fisher.