Having a clutter free and spacious bathroom is something we can all achieve. Choosing the right colour scheme, storage solutions and clever accessories is all you need to do but can sometimes seem daunting.
If you can’t see your taps through all your bottles and brushes, then Interior Stylist, Sophie Ogden from BathroomTakeaway.co.uk has pulled together some helpful tips and advice.
Incorporating bathroom furniture into a busy bathroom is a great way to conceal all your toiletries and create a tranquil and tidy space. The important tip is to make sure you choose furniture that is the right size for the room and will complement the rest of your bathroom suite and tiles.
Wall hung floating toilets and vanity units look great with patterned floor tiles even in the smallest of bathrooms and will create the sense of space and keep the floor clear. The added bonus is that you can clean all those usually hard to reach places too.
Adding a feature wall of colour is also a great way to detract from the size of the room and creates a focal point.
If space is an issue, a combination unit is the perfect solution and looks great too. The calm grey right-hand combination unit comes in a charcoal grey shade which will keep your bathroom looking on trend. The added benefit is that a neutral colour like grey is easy to mix and match in with luxury towels and accessories.
If you like the contemporary vintage chic look then how about a clever Countertop Basin Vanity Unit which gives the illusion that you’ve simply placed a bowl on the top of the unit. It creates the Victorian look but with a modern twist such as the gloss grey freestanding vanity top board otsu bowl.
Using white walls and mirrors is a trick that all stylists use to make their space look and feel bigger. Incorporating the same tiles on the floor and ceiling will also create the illusion of space and will reflect light across the room. The stunning absolute 850 bathroom mirror storage unit hangs neatly on the wall and has a discreet storage unit and clever canopy with lighting.
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