The quickest way to date your bathroom is to bow to current trends. While black tapware and timber vanities may be all the range now, in five years’ time these things may very well look dated.
But white bathrooms look sterile and boring! I hear you say. True, they can. But with the right styling they can also look classy, trendy and inviting. Here’s 5 Bathroom Styling Tips to ensure your bathroom always looks on trend.
There’s nothing more inviting that fresh greenery in your bathroom. And although we don’t recommend going over the top with a vertical garden a pot plant or two in the right spots will add just the right amount of greenery. Just make sure you choose the right type of plant for the location.
The simplest way to add a pop of on-trend colour to your bathroom is with your towels. Choose a simple one colour theme, or mix and match with contrasting colours, or there are some stylish multi-colour options in pastels and brights to suit whatever your style may be.
Add some warmth with Timber
Timber is always a great option in a bathroom, but it doesn’t need to be in the form of a fixture such as a vanity. A timber stool, timber bath caddy, or a timber towel ladder are great ways to add the warmth of timber to a white bathroom without making it permanent.
From candles to soap dispensers the list of stylish accessories you can add to your bathroom is endless. The key to remember is, less is more. Don’t overdo it with something on every spare bench space, just the necessities and you will add a luxe factor to your bathroom that will wow everyone.
A white bathroom can look stand out with feature tiles. Whether you go for the classic timber look or black and white, or a herringbone pattern in a timeless grey, you can easily incorporate your floor tiles into a feature on your walls, or a simple feature tile used sparingly. Why not bring the floor tile up behind the bath as a feature, use it as a splash back behind your basins, or just add a touch in your shower niche. All are a great way to add that colour and syyle without going overboard.