Relaxing Bathroom Created with Oak
If your home is your safe space, then your bathroom is your sanctuary. A relaxing bath is the cure for a catalogue of ailments, including just getting 20 minutes of ‘you’ time. That’s why it’s essential that your bathroom is a soothing and relaxing place. It’s the only room in the house which automatically commands privacy, so whether you’re soaking in candle light with bubbles, reading a book with epsom salts or like to chuck in a bath bomb and treat yourself to a face mask, we have a bathroom haven for you.
Scandi style is still a big trend which appears to be going nowhere. If you’re the sort of person that is calmed by cleanliness and spotlessness, then this Scandi white bathroom is for you. It’s clean and pristine, with very style conscious white tiles and matching grouting. As the white tiles are so reflective, this also creates the illusion of space.
Using oak panelling on the side of the bath adds a focal point to the room which can be used to accessorise, for example by matching the toilet seat and shelf. This takes the room from being one dimensional, to giving it a bit of warmth.
Lying in luxury
Sometimes it’s nice to surround yourself with a functional but luxury space. This bathroom has a stunning painted oak double vanity which allows you to store away all your products and gadgets. Clutter free, this is the ideal space for someone who loves to self-indulge but also likes to keep things in order.
It has incorporated two basins, for a busy couple or family, meaning optimal usage. The marble counters and floors, teamed with this giant mirror takes it from functional to fashionable. With the whole look finished off with gold accents, and simple artwork. Simply add a glass of wine and relax.
Why not step away from everyday white bathrooms, and instead take inspiration from your surroundings? This bathroom feels like it belongs in the country or on a ranch. Here they have opted for a stone wall, original stained floorboards and an exposed wooden ceiling, with spotlights.
The shape of the bath is more industrial, reminiscent of a water trough. The window next to the bath also helps to extend the home with a natural vibe, while the addition of a fireplace adds warmth and comfort, which can only add to a relaxing winter soak.
What type of bathroom would you choose?