Although Jack and I haven’t yet bought a house(although it’s very high up on my to-do list!), that hasn’t stopped me from planning how we’d style our perfect home. If you follow me on Pinterest, you’ll know that I’m an avid “bathroom interiors” pinner! Today I wanted to talk to you about what my ideal bathroom would be like and just how I’d style it to suit our personal style!
A spacious base!
The one thing that I’ve never had in a bathroom is lots of space. With a toddler, it’s quite challenging to get them dried and dressed after the bath when there isn’t much room. Even getting our little one squeaky clean can be challenging as currently the side of our shower over bath is almost right up against the wall! This got me thinking, we would probably benefit from a wet room, as this would mean we had so much more space! Try a visit to Harrogate Bathrooms for affordable & stylish wet rooms!
You may or may not have seen this interior trend and I feel like it’s a bit marmite, but I think gold grouting looks so classy in a bathroom, especially when it’s paired with plain, crisp white tiles. It’s definitely something that will spark up conversation whenever you have guests over.
Clever, but pretty, storage
I don’t know about you, but between the three of us, we have a lot of bathroom products. Washes, lotions, potions, you name it, we’ve got it! So storage is something that’s also really important to us in the bathroom as a family, but that doesn’t mean that it has to be boring! Again, Pinterest is full of amazing ideas, especially storage hacks! I love the idea of having an up-cycled coat hanger for a towel rail and sanded wooden boxes for all of our products.
Who says you can’t have plants in the bathroom? If you’ve got a window in your bathroom then you definitely can! If you like to keep things switched up, you can opt for a vase with some fresh flowers, but why not try adding a couple of succulents or cacti to the windowsill?
At the moment, everyone seems to be filling their homes with wall art and prints, so why not take them into the bathroom also? One thing I always find with bathrooms is when you do opt for a bigger base space, you end up with lots of blank walls. So, they’re basically just begging you for art, right?!
What does your perfect bathroom look like? Do you think we have similar tastes? I’d love to know!