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Traditional bathroom pictures

TIME:2020-12-07

Not quite atraditionalist? Have a look at our country bathrooms and modern bathroomsinstead. If you’re having trouble choosing your style, you can also browse 100sof bathroom ideas covering all styles and trends.

 

En-suiteshower room with geometric tiles and black fire-place

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If you areconverting a room with a fireplace into an en-suite bathroom, leave theoriginal fire place in to add a little drama. The mantle will also offer ahandy shelf for lining up green house plants that will thrive in a steamybathroom. Strong geometric patterned tiles in the shower add an extra helpingof character to the en-suite.

 

Traditionalblue bathroom with Belfast sink, gold taps and towel ladder

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Thistraditional bathroom benefits from a splash of rich blue on the wood-panellingand the eclectic sink stand. The reenergising hue of blue is enhanced by thesurrounding white walls. Gleaming gold taps and fittings help to enrich theoverall scheme. A generous butler sink basin retains a more traditional feel.While a circular mirror and stacked towel ladder both add a more contemporarytouch.  The floor looks striking thanksbold Moorish-style tiles.

 

Traditionalblue and white bathroom with roll-top bath and patterned floor tiles

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Thebathroom is the ideal room in which to have a little fun with colour andpattern. This bathroom features wood-panelling painted in a rich shade of blueto off-set the white walls above. The floor sports a bold Moorish-style tilesthat incorporates both blue and neutral shades, seamlessly tying it into thescheme. Even the Cast Iron Bath Company tub has been given a splash of colour,thanks to a coat of Farrow & Ball’s Calamine shade.

 

Modern white bathroom with frameless walk-in shower, marble wall tiles and brassfittings

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A walk-inshower with frameless panels looks barely there, an ideal solution for smallbathrooms. White walls provide an understated backdrop for modern marble walltiles and on-trend charcoal grey floor tiles. Brass fittings and accessoriesadd a further contemporary edge.

 

Compact bathroom with free-standing roll top bath and green wood paneling

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The woodpanelling is painted in a charming shade of sage green. This helps the wooddetail to stand out from the remaining white walls. A simple vase filled withflowers helps to add a further touch to this traditional bathroom scheme.

 

Corner of a bathroom with woven chair and beach hut patterned blind

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The cornerof this bathroom is dressed to impress. With a charming Lloyd Loom-style wovenchair paired with a delicate floral cushion. The beach hut illustrated fabricblind adds a touch of coastal charm.


Modern bathroom with metro tiles and dark grout and wood-effect floor tiles

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If you want your bathroom to look traditional but on-trend, you can’t go wrong with metrotiles and dark grouting. To save money or achieve a softer look, tile the wallup to the halfway point and paint the top half in a soft grey. Add wood-effectfloor tiles and a wooden toilet seat to break up the grey and white.

 

Cloakroom with Penguin Library wallpaper and blue mosaic splashback

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A cloakroomis the ideal spot for bold decor. It’s a small space so you can afford to pickbold wallpaper and strong hues that you’d hesitate to use elsewhere. ThisPenguin Library wallpaper works wonderfully, and the blue mosaic tiles abovethe sink add an extra splash of colour.

 

Classicbathroom with large-formattiles and corner bath

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Although it is a retro design idea, this corner bath gives this space a spa-like feel.Large-format tiles accentuate the size of this bathroom. A striped monochromerug and open shelves give this room a contemporary update without distractingfrom the overall look.

 

Narrow bathroom with space for a claw-foot bathtub

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Feelingrestricted by the size of your bathroom? Then take a look at this photo for allthe inspiration you need. Narrow it may be, but that doesn’t mean that theowners have gone for standard fittings. A claw-foot bath really does give thisspace the wow factor.

 

Neutral bathroom with pretty finishing touches

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Neutralsare a popular colour for bathrooms – they’re versatile and serene, so we candefinitely see why. Sometimes you do just need to add a little something tothem, though. That’s where pretty soaps, lotions and potions, flowers, and evenjazzy-looking towels come in. Have fun with your neutral space is what we say.

 

Traditional cloakroom with damask wallpaper

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Get theperfect finish with traditional damask prints, period-style fittings andbeautifully detailed antique-inspired mirrors. A downstairs cloakroom is agreat place to experiment with pattern, as the space is generally quite small,so it won’t look over the top.

 

Pink bathroom with antiqued glass mirror

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This roomis packed with vintage charm. From the antiqued glass mirror to the paintedvanity unit and marble countertop, there are a lot of traditional elements atplay here. Twin basins are great for couples in a hurry, while cupboards keepeverything neatly stowed away.

 

Classic blue bathroom with beautifully plastered walls

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Give yourbathroom an extra-special feel with polished plaster. Rather than a solid paintcolour, the plaster here has subtle variations in tone and a sheeny finish thatreflects light. A freestanding bath makes the look even more luxurious and is agood match for the walls.

 

Neutral bathroom with mosaic-style tiling

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Bathroomupdates needn’t cost a lot. New accessories can make a big difference, adding ahit of colour to a neutral space. Here a pale-blue shower curtain and bath matin pretty patterns boost this simple scheme. Mosaic tiling has been used allover the walls, creating a spacious feel that’s resistant to splashes.

 

Blue bathroom with Gothic window

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Let periodfeatures stand out with careful decorating. Blue walls lend a traditional feelto the space and frame the huge proportions of the Gothic window – not tomention the view. White fittings keep the look clean, but are in a traditionalstyle that ties in with the period of the property.

 

White bathroom with freestanding tub and bunting

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Add hotelchic to your bathroom with a traditional freestanding tub. A beautiful bath isall you need to make your space feel special – position it beneath a window soyou can enjoy a view while you soak away the day. Bunting and a brightlypainted vintage shelving unit in water-inspired aqua shades are a very appropriatechoice of colour.

 

Traditional bathroom with grey wall paneling

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Givetraditional wall panels a modern look by painting them in a dark grey colour.Not only does the paint act as a highlighter to beautiful period detailing, italso lets the bath make the biggest impact possible. Nearly black floor tilesadd to the drama. Claw feet raise the bath, thereby increasing the visiblefloor area and enhancing the sense of space.

 

Grey bathroom with his and hers sinks

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Allow space for his and hers sinks, so you each have a vanity area. Under-basin towel railsare a great solution if you’re short on wall space. An empty corner has beenput to work with a vintage unit, which adds character while providing plenty ofspace for toiletries.