Whether you’ve got Pinterest boards full to the browser with ideas, or you’ve no clue where to start, we’re here to help you design the bathroom of your dreams.
We know all the decisions you need to make to design a bathroom can feel really overwhelming or it can often feel like you’ve missed something important. But with a list and a little planning, a bathroom that’ll put a smile on your face for years to come isn’t so out of reach.
Here are our main considerations for how to design a bathroom:
Match your era
The first thing to think about when you’re thinking about how to design a bathroom. It’s a good idea to look at the era your home was built in and match the style at that time. For example, a period terrace may look great with a vintage Victorian bathroom suite. A sixties home might benefit from some mid-century furnishings and accessories. And a new build would suit a more modern design.
Choose a colour scheme
Even if you choose to have a bathroom design consultation, have a think about the colours you love. Do you prefer nice and neutral whites and beiges, lots of bright pops of colour, or a more classic black and white design? Once you’ve got this nailed, you can match your accessories, fixtures and fittings.
Add some art
Small decorative touches can make a big difference when it comes to how to design a bathroom. A frame here and a decorative plant pot there can really bring your bathroom to life and elevate the space. Similarly, towels and soap dishes or even toilet brushes and bins – little things make a big difference.