Suite Choices :
If your space will allow it, go double shower, which visually just looks more decadent, and doesn’t cost very much more than a single one. I love the look of a wall hung toilet, as it makes a room appear bigger and less cluttered too.
Colour trends in interiors, as in fashion, come and go. A bathroom is an investment even on a budget, so you should think about the colour choices carefully. Take inspiration from places such a Pinterest, or hotel bathrooms that you have visited. Consider sticking with a white suite but adding interest and an expensive look in the accessories, the taps and bathroom furniture, which are all things that can be changed in expensively at a later date. Don’t just opt for the go to chrome and silver taps, consider rose golds and copper, which add luxury and metallics in a different way. Don’t be afraid of keeping it completely neutral if you want to go for a boutique hotel bathroom look, with lots of white fluffy towels, and maybe a dark wood look vinyl floor or storage units. If you want something more colourful, think about adding in some graphic designs or geometric prints. Keep it simple though, as that helps to keep with the opulent look.
For me lighting is something that can change the whole look and feel of a room. Make sure its something you think about at the beginning of your design, as often bathrooms need more lighting than they originally have, so it may require more building work than you imagine, and its hard to retro fit it easily. Add different levels of lighting from different sources if possible and dimmable would be amazing too. So think spotlights, wall lights and illuminated bathroom mirrors or cabinets do give the room that decadent touch.
The finishing touches can really elevate a space to the next level. They are also a really cost-effective way of adding luxury. Try grouping lots of candles, buy the most gorgeous fluffy towels you can afford and display some soaps and beauty products like shower gels and body creams to complete the look.
So what do you think, could this be the next project on your list?