By Diana Wulf. Home Design. Published at Tuesday, June 05th, 2018 - 03:29:08 AM.
The Grosvenor white bathroom suite is a great example of a classic traditional space. Victorian floor tiles combined with white gloss metro tiles help to create the backdrop for that beautiful claw footed freestanding bathtub. White bathroom tiles remain as popular as ever and there are some fantastic ranges on the market like white metro tiles or even marble effect or hexagon shaped tiles. White bathroom furniture is an extremely popular choice for white bathrooms, popular ranges available from Victorian Plumbing include our Cove and Turin white bathroom cabinet collections. For more white bathroom ideas that include white bathroom taps and radiators take a look at our ultimate guide to white bathrooms.
Golden rules, we'll start with the seven golden rules follow these and all will fall into place. Fit in with the street scene. Every road has a 'look' and if you take your front garden too far away from what's normal for your street, you will create a 'wow' but not in a good way children will point and stare.
If you are bored of the look of your old door, then a change may be a good idea. Maybe you want to create a larger opening for guests to walk in so a bigger door might be the next move. Maybe you want more light to enter the house so a glass door would be idea. Or you might want the change simply because you found a more attractive front door.
Ever since colour aficionados Pantone announced that greenery was going to be the colour of the year for 2017, green bathrooms have been enjoying a much welcomed renaissance. Green bathrooms got a bad reputation because back in the 1970s and 1980s it was all the rage to install a avocado colour bathroom suite and let's just say these bathroom colours didn't age well. The Winchester traditional bathroom features green wall paneling, wood effect bathroom floor tiles and a stunning traditional bathroom suite with freestanding bath. Green is a one the most popular colours for bathrooms thanks to Pantone naming greenery as the colour of the year for 2017.
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