When it comes to interior design, many contemporary styles disappear as the next trend emerges. This means that you can be forever battling to achieve the perfect bathroom. However, with a traditional bathroom, you can achieve a timeless feel. Here at Homematas, we are home renovation experts, specializing in bathrooms and kitchens. As a result, we have produced this guide to traditional bathroom styles.
Traditional doesn’t mean outdated
When people think of traditional, they sometimes think of old designs, and dated designs. The avocado bathroom suite anyone? However, traditional doesn’t have to mean un-stylish. Instead, think about the elegance of a free standing bath, or a unique pedestal sink. These will still look amazing in ten years time!
The free-standing bath
Although this can be just at home in a contemporary bathroom, the freestanding bath is an impressive traditional bathroom feature. With claw feet, nothing says luxury quite like it.
There are two types of free-standing bath to choose from. The roll top, and the slipper. These do differ slightly in look, but both offer a practical and elegant bathing solution. Why not use your freestanding bath to create a focus point backed by impressive tiling?
With a simple design and a variety of sizes and shapes, a pedestal sink is a perfect addition to a traditional and timeless bathroom. It hides unsightly pipework and doesn’t date. For a top design tip, why not couple the pedestal sink with a traditional mirror and some timeless accessories?
Traditional bathrooms aren’t restricted to baths only though. Actually, timeless shower design can be used to great effect in a traditional bathroom. These include the Apron shower head that provides an excellent rainfall effect, and looks amazing.
When it comes to traditional bathroom styles, outdated isn’t the way to go. Instead focus o timeless, classic and elegant pieces. Our guide to traditional bathroom styles has included free-standing baths, traditional showers and pedestal sinks. Why not take a look at what we have to offer, here at Homematas?