When you want to design any room in your house it is obviously a matter of personal preference, after-all it is you that have to live there. Bathrooms are no exception, you can get creative in their designs too and that has become easier since on line bathroom outlets have appeared, they have wide selections and assortments of tubs, showers and basins, allowing you to get creative in the designing of your bathroom.
Some people like to give their bathroom a beach look, perhaps as a reminder of holidays past or in the future. This style of bathroom is brightly coloured, obviously allowing as much natural light as possible to come in but if that isn’t possible, they bathe the whole bathroom in cheap lighting to emphasize the sun effect. The floor may be the colour of sand whilst the walls are a light blue. Curtains, whether they are for around a shower or in front of windows, may be either of beach scenes or multi coloured, representing the multi coloured sun shades on along a beach. Or ornamentation they may use jars filled with sand and seashells dotted around, perhaps even a starfish here and there. A plastic bucket and spade can often complete the atmosphere, yet others, those perhaps with more space, may include a fishing basket, anchor or even a piece of driftwood, depending on their own unique experiences of beaches.
Other people opt to seek luxury in their bathrooms, perhaps choosing a Victorian style which can exude ageless luxury and style, whilst still maintaining its functionality. Those who choose contemporary designs opt for a clean white appearance, keeping all the edges crisp and defined, creating an atmosphere of bright freshness. Modern styles obviously include the latest fittings but can either crisp and white or bright and multi coloured.
Slowly becoming a more popular choice is what decorators or realtors would call an eclectic style. This style allows the designer to break a little from set styles as it combines the use of two distinct styles, using each to its best advantage and of course, to personal taste. With this style a person may choose to mix contemporary with modern or perhaps a bit of Victorian with their beach look. Whatever the choices though, they should be what you feel you will be most comfortable with and that is why many people opt for a traditional bathroom. A traditional bathroom is exactly as it sounds but allows you to choose when that bathroom was traditional. For instance, many houses were built after WW11 and at that time, bathrooms were mainly designed in one style, so that was the traditional style for that period an although you may think that now, that style would be out of favour, often many choose it because it reminds them of either their parents or grandparents houses, a place where they felt welcome and at home, the same feeling which they want to feel when they enter into their own bathroom.