Bathroom Trends to Transform Your Space to a Feature Room

Wondering where to start with planning your new bathroom? Our bathroom ideas are packed with design inspiration, practical advise,trendy styles and life for your bathroom – whatever the size and budget you’re working with. The bathroom is often the smallest room in the house, but it can really pack a punch when it comes to interior design.

When designing your bathroom, add brightness and character through your decorating scheme. Go for fabulously bold wallpaper designs and eye-popping tile colors that really make a statement – combinations that you just wouldn’t have the guts to try elsewhere. Space often comes at a premium so optimizing it with clever storage is a must. Fitted or free-standing cabinets, peg rails and shelving will create space for all those bathroom must-haves and accessories. Tiles are the obvious choice for bathrooms and come in so many varieties, whether your style is sleek and modern, classic and traditional or anything in between, for every budget. Recent bathroom design trends have included hotel and spa styles, nautical looks and nostalgic retro designs.

Going for a broad modern, traditional or country style suite may be better longer-term solutions – after all, a bathroom is an expensive room to refit.

When it comes to interior designing, it’s always easier when you get to deal with larger spaces rather than small apartments to stuff everything you have. However,the interior specialist is here to assure you that with a little creativity and imagination, even lofts with limited space could look nice and cozy. All you have to do is pay much attention to the furniture you buy and the furnishings you add. Some can make the bathroom look larger, some will add the modern twist it needs and some will just make you feel comfortable when you step inside. I for one, definitely love the bathroom to have large mirrors and have a window with garden view. It would be amazing in the morning and at night with all the lights, don’t you think?

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