This is a Queen’s bathroom. It’s classy, it looks expensive, and it features lovely traditional bathroom designs.
If you live in a period home, this design might work for you.
First, this bathroom isn’t super huge. The homeowner prefers a quick shower over a long soak, so she gave up the tub for a spacious shower cube.
She plans to build a family and grow old in this home, so she requested a timeless and accessible design. The entrance of the walk-in shower is pretty spacious. And, there’s a built-in shower bench. The toddlers and the elderly members of the family can sit down as they shower.
Another awesome feature of this bathroom is its historic touch. Look at the fixtures and the cabinetry. It transports you back in time! Even the lighting is retro-ish — the kind you find in the mid-’60s and early ’70s. If you’re gonna create a bathroom like this, take time and look for the elements that suit the look.
Next, the lovely tiles. The white porcelain tiles with grey veins look super luxurious. It is glossy and it looks great in the shower walls and on the floor. But, the star here is the Victorian patterned tiles on the vanity and shower. It adds a lovely touch of the past.
Finally, the bathroom accessories and tap-ware. The towel racks and door knobs are curvy and ornate. The tap-ware are traditional: you see cross head taps which complement the design. These designs are affordable; cheaper than the modern designs in the market. When you’re lucky, you might steal a couple of these in a yard sale within your neighbourhood. The old ones possess more character.