Most properties - rented or bought - tend to come with a really standard bathroom, and it's usually a room that most people decide to redecorate after a while. Me and my other half redecorated both our bathrooms a couple of years ago. We didn't just change the toilet and the basin, but we tore out the whole bathrooms and redid everything from scratch - and what a satisfyng feeling that was! Finally our bathrooms were exactly the way we wanted them!
Although, when I say 'exactly the way we wanted them' I'm still talking about pretty standard bathrooms, just with our choices of tiles and furniture. If I could afford it, I would obviously style my bathrooms into some funky designer rooms. You can always dream though... and here is some bathroom inspiration.
How about a Baroque inspired bathroom for example, with dramatic black swirls a see-through glass bathtub? Houzz is featuring lots of glass bathtubs on their site which you can check out here. I love the Baroque style with it's swirly patterns, but even though the bathtub looks really sleek and stylish I would probably feel a bit awkward actually taking a bath in it.
When it comes to basins you can really think outside the box and go all creative. I'm loving the simplicity of this wall-hung stone basin, and the combination with the Oriental style tiles. Opposites attract, right? The rouch stone and the fine swirls look beautiful together.
And talking about beautiful... how amazing is this basin made out of purple quartz?! I've never seen anything like it before. So unique and absolutely dazzling - literally!
Using a wooden worker's bench as bathroom furniture is part of the recycling trend, and it really compliments a white bathroom. When going for such a focal piece, white really is the way to style it. The counter top basin looks so simple yet stylish, and suits any bathroom style since it's so versatile. It reminds me of the old times when people simply washed their hands in a bowl. You can find similar counter top basins at bathroom stores such as Bella Bathrooms.
Going for a rustic look in your bathroom is extremely popular, and even though the actual toilet, basin and bathtub is standard white, a bathroom can look extremely interesting due to its other features. You really can't go wrong with the combination of roughly cut wood and stone together with standard white ceramics. It's timeless!
Who doesn't love a long, warm shower? And it's an even better experience when it looks fresh and stylish. Above is a pretty standard bathroom with a twist - they've gone for creative shower doors rather than the standard style. The black patio door style gives more of a cosy atmosphere to the bathroom, with a bit of an antique feeling to it.
When it comes to actual showers there are a huge number of styles to choose from, both when it comes to look, technique and power. Why not go all modern and high-tech for example? This digital shower controller from Mira would look really sleek and stylish in any bathroom, and as well as this they have a wide variety of electric showers and any other showers under the sun.
What does your dream bathroom look like?