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Traditional Bathrooms

Design Elements That Define Traditional-Style Bathroom

Traditional style bathrooms are classic in design, feeling more like a soothing spa oasis, with an aesthetic of elegant hues and super luxurious touches. Traditional bathroom designs typically take their cue from what is currently trending in the design world, with materials and decor that are respective of their historical periods, such as Victorian, colonial or Georgian styles. These styles are timeless, clean-lined, cool and very classic, creating a beautiful aesthetic that you will enjoy for years to come.

LET IN THE LIGHT

In a space with stand out original features – a beautiful stained glass window for example – opt for a light and neutral scheme. It’s an easy and effective way to make a bathroom feel bright and spacious, while ensuring that an incredible feature becomes a focal point. 

CONSIDER INCLUDING WALL PANELS

If you’re blessed with a spacious bathroom, consider creating a traditional look with the addition of vertical wall panels. As well as adding the impression of height to a room, they enhance the country-cottage feel of the space. 

OPT FOR A NEUTRAL SCHEME

If your bathroom is blessed with striking original features – such as exposed wooden beams – consider opting for a neutral scheme that allows these stand out features to speak for themselves. 

BOLD FREESTANDING BATH

Timeless pieces that make a real visual impact, freestanding baths are a popular addition to a traditional bathroom. To design a space with a unique feel, we love the idea of opting for a traditional shaped bath with a bold coloured finish – particularly if it draws out the more subtle tones of a beautiful botanical wallpaper.

FEATURE OF ORIGINAL DETAILS

While a grey scheme and matt black freestanding bath have a distinctly modern feel, traditional aspects can be successfully worked into a space with the addition of reclaimed furniture and the establishment of an original feature as a focus point.

Bathroom Transformations Perth

Small ensuite renovation tips

Tip 1: Consider a Corner Sink Generally, the bathroom renovations tend to ignore the corners, leaving the space unutilised. Instead, placing a sink in the corner can

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