8 February 2017

4 Ways To Create a Victorian Design Bathroom

4 Ways To Create a Victorian Design Bathroom

Victorian period is known for its subtle attention to detail and interest in a wide variety of creative options. Join Bella Vista Bathware in exploring the 4 ways in creating a victorian design bathroom.

1. The Freestanding Bathtub4 Ways to Create a Victorian Design Bathroom

A freestanding bath is one of the highlights of a Victorian design bathroom. Since a standalone tub is finished on all sides, it offers more option of placement areas. It can be placed in a more central area or can also be installed against the wall. Any of which will surely make a visual statement in the bathroom.

A freestanding bathtub is available in different shapes and sizes. However, for a Victorian design bathroom, a ball and claw details is important to emphasize the era which made it famous.

The bath brings a minimalist simplicity to the room and is often go together with a standalone mixer. Bathroom mixers are also available in different shapes, sizes and styles. Inlaid mixers and spout could also be elegant alternative. While a freestanding bath does not offer a storage, a bathroom vanity would be a great addition to the room as well.

 2. Seat Integration

A neutral coloured chair will surely compliment the freestanding bath, adding more attention to the room while providing a luxurious feel at the same time. A great option in positioning the chair is putting it close to the bath, creating a spa-feel effect in the room.  The colour of the chair can also be the same with the towels, bringing a seamless unity.

Moreover, putting a side table in slightly dark colour is also a great idea. The side table can be a storage which can be styled better with some accessories such as a side mirror or a flower vase.

3. Floor Finishes

There is a wide range of options for the flooring of a victorian design bathroom. Ceramic tiles with a wood grain or a wooden floor panelling will look great both with the bathtub and the bathroom style. While polished porcelain tiles can also look great, providing a marble look. Integrating a floor designed which highlights the freestanding tub in this bathroom style is the key design feature.

4. Final Touches

A victorian design bathroom can be styled with a soft full length curtain which serves as a subtle backdrop to the bath, while adding more elegance to the bathroom. Additionally, the curtain makes the room more inviting place where you can relax.

For more high quality bathroom products and bathroom design ideas, visit Bella Vista Bathware and Bella Vista’s blog page.

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