Add colour, texture and freestanding furniture to freshen up the bathroomKatrina BurroughsThe Sunday TimesKatrina BurroughsThe Sunday Times
There’s often a decorative disconnect between a bathroom and the rest of a home. Your sitting room, kitchen and bedroom may be full of character, incorporating a joyful miscellany of furniture and accessories, some handed down the generations, others from the high street, mixing textures and colours in your own personal edit. In the bathroom, you’ve got a matching suite of fitted furniture, in shiny operating-theatre white, bought from a single supplier. It is the one room where even the most style-savvy homeowner tends to play it safe, purchasing an entire interior box-fresh from a specialist showroom.
However, while there’s a need for expert help with the layout of this tricky room, there’s no need to settle for suboptimal style. It’s time to join the