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Hotel-chic bathrooms are set to be one of the hottest trends in 2019, with many of us keen to replicate this luxurious and indulgent haven in our own homes. Creating your own hotel-chic bathroom needn’t be expensive or difficult, even if space is of a premium there are now many bathroom products out there that will allow you to create this look in your own home.

From baths to handcrafted furniture, BC Designs have the run-down of the must-have items to help you achieve the look.

Baths

Short on space doesn’t mean you have to forgo a luxurious bath tub. The Slipp bath by BC Designs has a small footprint but a generous bathing area.

If traditional is more your style, the copper boat bath by the same company is bigger by just 60mm but adds instant opulence to your bathroom. Made using traditional hand-crafted techniques, copper baths are excellent heat conductors and will maintain the water temperature.

For those of you with more room to play with, the Kurv bath offers all the trend-setting design we’ve come to expect from five-star hotels, along with the latest innovation in materials including the use of volcanic lava that both retains heat for longer and is warm to touch.

Made from the same material is the Casini bath. A stunning one-piece cast bath that suits both traditional and contemporary spaces, the Casini bath will create an indulgent focal point in any bathroom.

Little details

While your bath is the star of the show, our recommendation is not to forget the smaller details. Consider trading up your towels, there are numerous – yet gorgeous – inexpensive designs on the market. Luxurious toiletries, ambient candles and relaxing-smelling fragrances add those all-important finishing touches. If you’ve centred your bath in the middle of the room, consider adding a side table to house your bath time essentials.

Furniture

Hotel-chic bathrooms can be created in many different ways and a bath doesn’t have to take centre stage. Handcrafted pieces of furniture and expensive looking brassware can bring five-star vibes to your bathroom.

Bayswater London W2, a brand of Victorian-era bath products, have some stand-out pieces that wouldn’t look out of place in London’s The Ned Hotel.

The striking curved basin cabinet, in Farrow & Ball Stiffkey Blue, creates a unique centre piece with luxuriously deep storage and the marble top creates a sense of extravagance. The brand also has a similar double basin cabinet which creates a pleasing symmetrical and harmonious look we’ve come to associate with hotel-esque inspired design.

If you’re looking for a quick and easy update that brings bundles of style points, consider changing your shower head and brassware. With Bayswater steeped in classical elegance, it can instantly create the look you’ve been dreaming of. It’s newly launched showerheads and values, which come in both white and on-trend black, adds instant wow-factor with its beautifully style design and expensive looking finish.

 

To find out more about BC Designs visit: www.bcdesigns.co.uk
To find out more about Bayswater London W2 visit: www.bayswaterbathrooms.co.uk

 

Article by the team at www.utopiamag.co.uk 

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