In having a bathroom with traditional style, you need to add fixtures with finishes that represent the display that you want to achieve. You can coordinate or match the toothbrush holder, the soap dispensers and also the wastebaskets to create a cohesive feeling into the space. If you are quite lucky, you can add extra counters on the wall space to mount a decorative vase or some ornaments to highlight the décor of your bathroom.
If you look for the idea of bathroom décor with multi-hued touch, you can look at our inspiring idea today. It is a bathroom with an idyllic look which is nestled in a stunning home in Long Island. DD Allen is the creative designer of this project. She chose a soft palette of blue which doesn’t limit herself only to single shade. The color of the custom teal plaster walls picks up the bluish tone in the floor tiles. The type of the plaster walls is Venetian which get the polished finish on its surface. The edge of the rectangular tub is in a soft brown that looks so harmonious with the color palette of this space. A stool with stripe upholstery is added at the side of the tub under the golden towel holder. The designer added a painting on the wall to bring an artistic touch to this bath.
This bathroom is a part of an idyllic Victorian home in Illinois which is filled with an identity of antique style. Annie Brahler as the designer of this project chose a rich brown tone for the master bath’s paint to bring a contrast look with the pristine whites tiles, curtains and also the tub. In addition, the chocolaty walls were intentionally added to play up the overall look of this room. This private space is illuminated by idyllic lighting fixture of crystal which has an updated look of the 1980s old-school glamor. The tub in this bathroom is a recycled item in claw-foot style; the elegant curtains are from Hancock Fabrics in Kally Almost White sheer, while the shower and tiles floor are from Daltile. In front of the window, there is a cozy table with a cushioned armless chair.