Is your bathroom in need of a spruce up? Then these room schemes might help ignite your interior design imagination...It's widely said amongst property selling experts that kitchens and bathrooms sell houses, but why wait until you're thinking of moving to give the smallest room in the house an update?
With so many gorgeous styles to choose from, you're initial problem might be choosing what interior style you love the most.
Traditional with a twist
Mixing traditional features with modern materials or design themes can give a modern update to a classic look.
Here Laura Ashley use a terrific traditional roll top bath as the centrepiece in a rustic cottage but build the room's scheme around the ever-popular coastal design. Think the oars give it away.
Contemporary and on-trend
Contemporary doesn't necessarily mean minimal, although this en-suite has ensured that clean lines and smooth surfaces ooze contemporary chic.
The frosted partition wall, wood effect tile floor and lit wall alcove add interest and warmth and ensure this is contemporary but not stark or cold.
Quirky and cool
Scandi interior design has been popular for a number of seasons and looks set to stay. It is, without doubt, now an iconic interior design style.
Invite Scandi into the bathroom, by featuring warm neutral tones, wood based furniture, open shelving, and simple shapes.