Stunning Traditional Bathrooms Designs
The classic features of the traditional bathroom styles are timeless. Regardless where your traditional style bathroom is, a bathroom with this style harnesses an air of graciousness with elegance and has been proven to be timeless. Traditional style is known for gilded finishes, floral fabrics and accents that heavily include porcelain, gold and silver. The furniture-styled cabinetry, decorative molding and subtle color schemes may appear formal, but they are the key in completing the welcoming space that will last a lifetime.
If your tastes lean more towards the traditional style instead of contemporary or art deco, it is easy to create your dream bathroom with exquisitely styled suites that can recreate that time period. Especially vintage bathrooms that harness the designs of the 1920’s are becoming more popular than ever. Here are some design ideas on how to style your own bathroom to achieve the traditional feel.
Almost every style is derived from the “Traditional” style. With that in mind, a formal home is the most appropriate for the traditional bathroom style. Typically the traditional style is enhanced by intricate moldings, fireplaces, french doors and large rooms. Most often wood floors, built in book cases and formal dining rooms are the hallmark of a traditional home decorating style. But have no fear, even if your home is not featured in “Gone With The Wind” you can still achieve this look.
Key Features Of Traditional Bathroom Styles
Details such as Crown Molding, Chair Molding and finely crafted woodwork.
Natural surface materials like stone and tile.
Clean-line or formal window treatments such as Shutters or Roman shades.
Brass or shiny metal accents for towel rings, faucets or drawer pulls.
When it comes to choosing your tub, freestanding claw foot bathtubs are what encompass the traditional style bathroom. They are readily available at most bathroom showrooms. Also if you are looking to save some money, you can also find a great deal at your local swap-meet or second hand store
Polished copper and polished nickel tend to enhance the traditional style, where as a chrome or brass fixture can give it the “vintage” look.
Color Palate And Accessories
The traditional design color palette usually consists of Whites, Beige’s, Grays, Vibrant Greens, Marine Blues, Rose Quartz, Topaz, Gold and Deep Reds. Elegant accessories are used to enhance walls and lighting fixtures such as crystal light coverings or even an elaborately framed picture of landscapes. Silver would be used when choosing the finish for your faucets, towel hangers and other metal items in your bathroom. Envision your bathroom with deep red walls and olive green ceiling brought together with a creamy gold, olive and red border.