The Traditional bathroom can mean either traditional in terms of Edwardian or Victorian style or in respect to a standard white bathroom with basic sanitary ware and bath. Here we'll be looking at the style of bathroom design where it all started. The Edwardian bathroom.
Materials. Look for bathroom basins made from quality materials. You don't want anything that will be easily damaged. Scratches can make it look old and dingy so get something that is highly resistant to scratching. This will keep it looking like new for years to come and you will appreciate the way it prolongs the value of your investment.
Don't be afraid to decorate with bold colours when tiling or painting getting the contrast right with the chrome and the gloss. If using curtains be subtle with the designs and colours but preferably go for stylish roller blinds.
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Check floral or plaid curtains are preferred over roller blinds and shutters though rare in England offer a great form of privacy as well as adding to the country effect. Wood plays a big part in this look and almost all furniture works well in this setting especially beech maple ash and oak vanity units and cabinets.
Modern bathrooms are all about what you do with the space you have. Within many bathrooms there is little room to work with so making the most of the space is essential. This is why fitted bathroom suites are now so popular. Having bathroom furniture made to measure is one of the most practical design solutions when remodeling the bathroom.
The bathroom has come along way in the past one hundred years. Once just a basic tub set in front of the living room fire and filled with buckets of water the bathing experience is now a luxury in almost every western home. Back then a "bathroom" was something only the wealthy and privileged could afford to have in their house. It was this trend which lead to the mass production of bathroom products.