Victorian bathroom design combines the Old and New World. The Victorian era represents a magnificent regality and vintage chic. And a Victorian bathroom can best resemble express this attitude.
– The main piece that being the most used item in the bathroom is the sink. With sinks, you can use the available floor space as well as the shelves and drawers. The most popular sink in the Victorian bathrooms is that shaped like pedestals with round traditional basin or square contemporary one. You can choose the base that meets your needs whether a single column pedestal or a two-legged table sink design. The brass or iron legs will give your bathroom a vintage atmosphere. If sinks with stands are not your style, there are set of Victorian sinks that install directly to the wall without a stand.
– Tubs are available in different shapes, design and materials. But the most prevalent tubs are made of carved marble and brass. In Victorian bathrooms, brass and velvet curtain rings were used.
– The bath taps come in stylish designs that enhance the feel of the time in your bathroom. There is no need to a professional to install them as you can install them easily.
If you want to have a bathroom that resembles the Victorian era, you should consider furnish and decorate your bathroom with pieces that reflect the Victorian style.
• The main feature in most of the traditional bathroom design is the bath. After the bathrooms became smaller they were changed to freestanding bath design.
• Elegant mirrors with decorative edges and pictures were a popular feature in the Victorian bathrooms. Black and white portraits were also a common factor in Victorian bathrooms, but you should place them in the main focus of the space to be visible for your guests.
• Fixed shower heads with traditional fixed arms are necessary to create a classic look.
So if you want to have a traditional bathroom design you can go for the Victorian style or Art Deco bathroom. But what if you want to have a bathroom combines both the traditional and modern look. The best way to achieve that is to define certain parts of the bathroom in one clear style and other in another clear style. For example, you can use a traditional Victorian basin and WC along with frameless walk-in shower and free-standing bath. By this way, you will have the best of both combined in a great look.