Bathrooms. Sunday , December 17th , 2017 - 14:31:01 PM
This country bathroom has very clean lines, thanks mostly to the tongue-and-groove panelling that surrounds the bath, lower walls and vanity unit. The plantation-style shutters are a sleek addition, too, which ties in with the scheme. An old wooden corner cupboard is handy for displaying smart toiletries.The slanted ceilings of an attic lend a magical feel to any space. They can be a little tricky for a bathroom, as there’s not much space to install a shower. However, a beautiful freestanding, claw-foot bath will more than make up for the lack of shower. Placed centrally between the eaves and beneath a window, this is the ideal spot for a tub.
For an alternative look to classic painted panelling in the bathroom, why not opt for reclaimed wood instead? This country bathroom with a freestanding bath has been decorated with weathered wood for a subtly coastal feel that complements the style of this cottage. Choose a classic freestanding bath to complement the original features in a country bathroom. This bathroom has plenty of character, with wood beams, panelling and an attractive encaustic tiled floor, which sets off the rolltop bath.
This Image As you await the arrival of spring and dream about those warmer summer days that seem like a distant memory, it is some of those bright summer colors that hold the key to transforming your bathroom from a dull, dreary setting into a stylish, refreshing space.
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