Clapham Family Home
Classic bathroom with freestanding bath under the eaves...
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6. Invest in luxuryIn a small space, it’s more likely you’ll be able to splash out on luxury materials, as you’ll need a much smaller quantity than for a larger room. It can sometimes have a bigger impact than the same material in a larger space, too. In a bathroom or kitchen, this could mean treating yourself to marble tiles, as shown here. Elsewhere, you could invest in a small piece of beautiful fabric to dress a petite window, or a richly detailed rug for a small living room.Looking to luxe up your bathroom?
1. SlipperA slipper bath is most commonly associated with a traditional style of bathroom but this example shows a modernised version which fits perfectly into this more contemporary space. The slipper bath can rest on feet or, as seen here, directly on the floor, but both are characterised by high sides and raised ends, with one end higher to create a headrest. The design of the bath allows for it to be centred in the room or placed alongside a wall to suit the space available. When freestanding, it is very effectively coupled with a floor-mounted tap to create a dazzling feature.
6. Go luxeThe beauty of a small bathroom scheme is that you can go luxe with the materials, as you’ll only need a small amount to make an impact. The marble tiles in this bathroom add the wow factor, while an extra-small bath tucks neatly under the sloping roof.