Bathrooms go Heritage in 2017
Wednesday, January 25th , 2017
With a key trend towards old world glamour, you might want to spend some time searching for restored pieces to enhance the look of a new period bathroom. It’s all about old world elegance inspired by the popular TV dramas of late, depicting life in days gone by.
Beautiful roll-top baths, sculptured sanitary ware, with shining brass or chrome fittings will complete a look that can be incorporated into either a Victorian or newly built home.
You can select a period of your choice from all things Vintage, Victorian, Edwardian or even Art Deco if you find geometrics more appealing.
Once you have chosen all your key elements, complete the picture by selecting matching heritage paint colours and flooring. To maintain the authentic appeal, consider replica tiles and for the walls, the soft blues and greens which are the colours of choice right now.
For the perfect Victorian or Edwardian floor you could choose a contemporary neutral grey metro tile with either a bevelled or unbevelled edge and for Art Deco appeal for floors, square black and white tiles in a geometric pattern.
Whatever period or style you choose to follow; we have a truly authentic window that will compliment your décor perfectly, accessorised by a choice of exclusive furniture in a range of colours to match.
If extra privacy is required, the Bygone Collection offers a beautiful yet practical solution. You will be delighted with our range of obscured or etched glass which will add another decorative feature to your bathroom. Our most popular designs are Canterbury and Brocade but there are also sandblasted, satin and white laminate options which deliver a touch of true period style.
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