Almost always the bath is the centre piece attraction of the traditional bathroom. A free-standing roll-top or slipper bath sits proudly on a dark polished floor and only if going for a traditional continental style bathroom will an inset or sunken tub hold appeal. Either a wall-mounted faucet or a free-standing one looks classy. Deep ridges and curved angles are what makes the traditional sanitary ware what it is - bold and masculine.
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.
Today thanks to advanced plumbing and modern technology the bathroom may well have evolved as far as it can. With luxury steam rooms and hydrotherapy baths it's difficult to imagine how bathrooms could get any more sophisticated. That said the bathroom like any room in the house is ever changing in terms of design trends.
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This does take more work though because you have to change the setting for the insert to go into. Another great option though is to consider no vanity and just to have it mount to the wall. Such bathroom basins offer an appearance that makes the room open and to seem larger than it really is. However you do need to make sure you secure them correctly to the wall for safety.
The ultimate luxury in a fantasy bathroom would have to be a waterproof TV. You could even think of doubling the bathroom up as gym complete with exercise bike and rowing machine. Ornaments should be unobtrusive so choose things like small piles of pebbles and modern wall prints over candles and nick-nacks.
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.