Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Guest Post: Bathrooms

Good morning, dear readers. Today we are having a guest post with advice on contemporary bathrooms written by Adam Lee from bathrooms.com.

What should you include in a modern bathroom?

Putting together a modern bathroom can be a really satisfying task – but what exactly should you include in the room?

The suite

It almost goes without saying that when it comes to bathrooms, one of the most important components is the bathroom suite. Typically, this will comprise of a toilet, basin, bath and/or shower, depending on the space you have available and your preferences when it comes to bathing.


Modern bathroom suites can come in a variety of colours and are often characterised by clean lines and shapes, so this is something to look out for when you’re making your choice. Chrome accessories (such as the shower head) are also popular.

The furniture

Another thing to include in a modern bathroom is bathroom furniture. Most often, this can be expected to include a cabinet and countertop, although you could also consider other styles and designs too.


The furniture can be a good chance to add a touch of style to the room, such as by deciding whether you want to have a freestanding cabinet or a wall-mounted one. You can also pick from options such as mirrored cabinets and different shades of wood, depending on the sort of thing you prefer.


A touch of you

Finally, we might be able to identify certain characteristics of a modern bathroom, but they are also all unique as well. With this in mind, when you’re decorating your bathroom, you might like to think how you can add a touch of your own style to your room. This could include a splash of colour in your choice of bathroom cabinet or a statement wall painted a bright colour – either way, you’ll be adding your own contemporary twist to really make your bathroom your own.


Hope you are all having a great Wednesday. Until tomorrow, my friends!
All images from Bathrooms.com

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  1. Kifus, I love to project bathrooms and there are so many beautiful items to decorate it.
    Beautiful post.
    Have a nice day.

  2. Hello! I'm confrunted with a problem and Adam Lee might have the answer: as I love taking a bath in the tub, I need a shower, but I also love the steam sauna, I seriously think to install a steam-tub-combo into the bathroom I intend to redecorate soon. Only problem: checking on Google images it is almost impossible to see photos of actual bathrooms whith soch combos in them. What's the catch about them (if there is any)? Looking forward for an answer,

    One of the many followers of this blog,

  3. Hi,

    I’m sorry to say that I have never heard or seen a shower bath combo steam sauna before? The best option I can advise on is to purchase a bath separately, for example one of the Apollo rectangular baths that start at £99,00 inc vat or if you are looking for something with a bit more wow factor then the freestanding baths are the way to go, the Victorian luxury Roll top bath 1700mm with choice of feet at £282.00 inc vat or the contemporary designed Duo double ended Freestanding bath at the same price.

    The shower/sauna combo’s are available on the market and start at about £700.00, I would be very surprised if you can find any other way to cover your three requirements so I think this would be your best bet.

    I hope this helps.

    Kind regards,

    Adam Lee


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