17 Dec High End Bathrooms – Setting Your Bathroom Apart
High end bathrooms are a luxury that most of us covet. However, the price tag in the magazines is often far higher than most of us are able or willing to spend.
Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to recreate the look of the high end bathrooms whilst getting the most value for your money. The trick is knowing where to spend, and where to save, without compromising on quality and design.
High End Bathrooms: Style
Arguably, the difference between high end bathrooms and ordinary bathrooms is focused design. When you’re thinking about how you want your bathroom to look, try to think about how everything works together and what kind of feel you want to create. Utilise mood boards to try to focus your ideas. You could even base your interior design around a particular favourite object, or piece of art. High end bathrooms are individual; they don’t look like they’ve come straight out of a catalogue. Don’t be afraid to express your own personal style, because if you love it, it will never go out of fashion.
High End Bathrooms: Tiles
You may have your heart set on expensive designer tiles, but it is worth considering something simple and classic – and less expensive. Basic white metro tiles are bang on trend and yet they are a classic style that won’t go out of fashion. They go with everything, and can be cost effective to buy.
And, if you’re saving money on your splash backs and shower tiles, you may be able to splurge a little more on the floor tiles or on a striking feature wall, if you wish.
High End Bathrooms: Fixtures
As with almost all aspects of interior design, it’s the little details that set high end bathrooms apart from the rest. Gold taps are timeless – not brass, gold – so it’s worth spending on this to get the look right. However, brass taps can work really well depending on the overall look you are going for in your bathroom.
High End Bathrooms: Storage
By the time you get to this stage, it can be tempting to just go for the usual corner unit with the baskets or buckets, but it’s worth taking your time over this. Storage can be beautiful as well as functional. To get the look of high end bathrooms, consider repurposing other items to use as storage vessels. Using a beautiful tray to group items together on the back of the toilet or on a shelf, or using vintage/heirloom trinket boxes to organise your things. When it comes to storage, looking outside of the box really does pay off.
Bespoke Bathrooms specialise in creating high end bathrooms, with unrivalled quality and attention to detail. If you’re thinking of renovating your bathroom, call us today to see if we can help you.