Do you know what is retro? If no, the retro style goes back to the early of the 18th and the 19th century. It’s too old but believe it or not, it will impress you in many ways. Generally, if you seek the retro look in your bathroom, probably you should keep in mind to go for the 50’s and 60’s or 70’s styles. There is no doubt that the retro bathroom style can add a stylish and an edgy touch not only to your bathroom, but also to your home, in addition to take a pride in its sophistication and sensibility. Let’s take a look at some retro bathroom components.
Once you have the retro bathroom style, keep in mind one thing, which is the cheesy and the garish home accessories doesn’t belong to this style at all! A freestanding bathtub with gold plated legs is a great addition to the bathroom as it combine perfectly with the toilet and the sink too.
Don’t forget about wooden and decorated pieces of furniture in detail. Also, a gilded, wooden and heavy framed mirror will be great. Make sure you don’t ignore or abandon smaller equipments and accessories due to their importance. It’s also worth mentioning that battery models are quite common especially which are mushrooms designed.
When it comes to choosing shower curtains, retro shower curtains are very elegant and decorative. Being made of vinyl and other materials is the reason for their attraction. Although it’s very trendy, the designs are very ancient as they bring back beautiful old days.
The secret behind bringing colors and brightness to the retro bathroom is the awesome combination between black and white, in addition to different multicolored designs. Adding such liveliness to the bathroom’s atmosphere along with retro shower curtains will make you feel pure satisfaction.
You may need to consider including vintage art pieces to your bathroom after adding vintage baths. They are the missing link to complete your bathroom decoration. Vintage bath art items are great additions to the room look as you can go for porcelain tile for floors, art decor lights as fixtures, built-in linen cupboards and heated tile bars of hot water. The vintage era was famous for green or pink colors for bathrooms. Back there in this era, people could feel what bathrooms were strongly sensed. Also, white wall hung sinks are major parts in combination with the other retro bathroom accessories.