The bathroom is such an important part of the home. Not only does it provide you with certain practicalities, but it also offers you a place for quiet contemplation and relaxation. There are plenty of things you can do to elevate the space and create your own calming oasis. Here are a few things to consider…
Wet Rooms are becoming more and more popular and it’s very easy to see why. They look incredibly sleek in their design. Not only this but they are also incredibly practical for those who experience mobility issues as it’s just a case of stepping in and stepping out! Here at Bespoke Bathing, our expert team can support you with your wet room installation.
As the saying goes, less is more. This is something that certainly applies to bathrooms. We recommend keeping it simple with muted tones such as cream, grey or dark blue. You want to create a relaxing and calming space. As well as this, a minimally styled bathroom creates a sense of sophistication! As well as a neutral colour palette keeping the space free of random items and unnecessary items.
As simple as it sounds, plants make an excellent addition to your bathroom and can really elevate the space. If you have some natural light in your bathroom, your plants will thrive. If not you can pop them into the living room or a space where they’ll get sunlight a few times a month. If you’ve got natural light, consider popping plants in your windowsills or on literally any flat surface you think it looks good! Eucalyptus plants are a particularly good addition to the bathroom due to their beautiful menthol fragrance which is amplified in the steam of the bathroom.
Do you like the sound of having your own wetroom? It’s easy to see why with their sleek design, modern feel, and easy access, it’s not hard to see why wetrooms are so popular. Wetrooms do away with the need for hard to access raised shower cubicles or high-sided baths and incorporate the entire floor into the shower area. This makes them ideal for people who are living with mobility issues, such as the elderly or disabled. To find out more about getting one for yourself, contact Bespoke Bathing today.