You must have dreamt about owning a luxury bathroom just like the ones you see in the movies? We don’t all have to extravagant budgets like the millionaires we see in the films, but it is possible to create a luxurious bathroom on a smaller budget.
The sumptuous look of any bathroom or en-suite starts by getting the right design and selecting elegant and timeless pieces of bathroom furniture. So, if you have got a good eye for style and panache, you will indeed be able to create a bathroom space that you’ll want to spend time in. Here are a few tips to help you create your luxury bathroom that will compete with any spa experience.
If you have the space in your bathroom, double sinks bring the ultimate luxury. Double sinks make you feel like you’re living in a chic hotel 24/7 and stop arguments with your other half. Just like you have “your” side of the bed, there’s something satisfying and comforting in having your very own sink with plenty of counter space around it.
Countertop basins provide the ultimate in luxury bathing and add a unique style to any bathroom or en-suite.
Shower cubicles are now a thing of the past. Open showers with a simple glass screen oozes luxury and style. Glass enclosures offer a sense of openness to the bathroom, especially when combined with an oversized overhead showerhead. Every time you get in the shower it will feel like a place to relax and prepare you for the day ahead in style.
Separate soaking tub
While you’re sure to enjoy your open shower on a daily basis, sometimes what you really need is a long soak in the bath. Our ideal bathroom that cries luxury would have space for a separate bath and open shower. Whether it’s a freestanding bath or a sunken tub, we like extra deep models with space on the rim for aromatherapy candles.
Soaking in a relaxing bath is one of the best feelings on earth. And in this day and age, it is essential to have a bathtub in your bath space. Your shower is for every day; a bath is a must-have for those special occasions. Usually the bathtub is the centre of attraction in any bathroom, so if you play your cards right you might happen to get the look of the bathroom of your dreams.
No matter how big your dream bathroom may be, you’ll probably want to squeeze in as much storage as possible. Walls in a bathroom often can be partially opened to work in useful storage niches and medicine cabinets.
Glass fronted mirrored cabinets also help to add a sense of space and lighting to a bathroom, whilst hiding away any products and toiletries you need on hand on a daily basis.