Bathroom Designing

Great bath design succeeds when people think about how they want to live and function in their private sanctum. Everything is critical to the vision the owner/design professional wants to create in this very personal space. It is all about creating a wish list along with the basics that will allow you to create the outline to proceed. As with all good design, a great bath needs expertise, knowledge and planning. A functioning, well designed and beautiful bathroom is a true luxury.

Need some bathroom design ideas? The bathroom might be the smallest room in the house, but it’s also one of the easiest to update – a fresh lick of paint, some new tiles or updated bathroom accessories is all you need, as these pictures prove. We’ve stylish decorating ideas to get you inspired, however large or small your space.


The easiest bathroom renovation option is to make minor surface changes. These alter the layout of your bathroom. Another more severe option is to change the complete layout of your bathroom. Bathroom renovation can be a tough task when you’re not sure what you want your final outcome to look like. Bathroom renovation is not just simple.  There’s a lot of things to be consider and the most important are the budget and space. Next are the fixtures to be used. Whatever the size of your bathroom, you are likely to have to plan and budget for the same basics: bath (roll top, freestanding, shower or slipper!), basin/s, WC, shower, tiles, flooring, lighting, storage, heating and venting.

The bathroom might be the smallest room in the house, but it can really pack a punch when it comes to interior design. There are fabulous sanitaryware ranges to choose from, whether you prefer your fittings sleek and modern, classic and traditional or anything anywhere in between. Bathrooms come in all shapes and sizes, from the tiniest cloakroom at one end, through to the en suite, shower room and wet room, and out to the full-sized and glorious family bathroom at the other.


A modern bathroom is likely to feature stone floor and wall tiles (marble, slate or limestone), while a more traditional or country-style bathroom is more likely to include tongue-and-groove painted wall panelling and stripped wood or wood laminate floors, with tiles restricted to basin splashbacks and shower areas. The bath will always take centre stage and, whether freestanding or wall-fitted, it can be a thing of beauty.

As with a kitchen, a bathroom is an expensive room to refit. A bathroom design therefore needs to have longevity. While some of the more recent interior design trends for bathrooms have included hotel and spa styles, nautical looks and nostalgic retro designs, going for broad modern, traditional or country styles may be better longer-term solutions. As bathrooms tend to be small, it’s all the more important to design and organise your storage space well. When planning a bathroom makeover, make an inventory of the items you will need to store and work out where you will house them, plus add in a little extra on top.


Go for fabulously bold wallpaper designs and eye-popping paint colours that really make a statement – combinations that you just wouldn’t have the guts to try elsewhere. And when budgeting, think about the benefits of this tiny room: with its minimal square-footage more expensive materials, such as hand-painted tiles, designer taps and wallpapers or premium flooring, may well be affordable in ways they never would be if fitting and decorating a full-sized bathroom.

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