Thursday, June 7, 2012

Beach House Wall Bathroom Design

Beach House Walls Design

Beach-house style has a period feel but it is easy to integrate modern features. Select a simple bathroom suite in white or cream, or a clean-lined retro-style design.


Beach House Walls Design

Panel the bathtub to complement the wainscoting area, or with natural or whitewashed pine. Otherwise install a freestanding, curtained bathtub.


Beach House Walls Design

Site a shower cubicle behind a divider "wall" - this can be tiled on the inside and paneled on the other - or screen the shower area with a marine pattern shower curtain or a plain or striped glass panel.


Beach House Walls Design

If stripped, limed, or painted floorboards are not available, choose vinyl flooring in a coastal color, or cover existing flooring with wooden decking. Natural fiber matting and cork tiles also work well. Stone tiles, quarry tiles, and mosaics enhance the rustic look - make them warm with cotton rugs.


Beach House Walls Design

The textures and patterns of the seashore - as well as its subtle colors - should be reflected in the furnishings of the beach-house bathroom.


Beach House Walls Design

Learn from nature and balance smooth and rough surfaces: tiles, porcelain, and painted wood with crunchy sisal and seagrass matting, containers and wicker baskets. Use towels to introduce an accent color or pattern - choose harmonious blends of sandy yellows, ochers and browns, or blues, turquoise, and aquas - or introduce a nautical note with navy and white.


Beach House Walls Design

Curtains and window blinds are an ideal way of introducing a splash of a theme color or pattern, or emphasizing a mood. They can be part of a coordinated scheme - based on marine motifs and stripes, for example - or you can create a romantic mood with billowing muslin or voile.


Beach House Walls Design


Beach House Walls Design


Beach House Walls Design


Beach House Walls Design

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