Large bathroom ideas
Create a unique personal space with deluxe features
Your bathroom sees every side of you, so it’s important every side of your bathroom looks and feels right for your needs.
If you are lucky enough to have a large bathroom, be sure you plan your space carefully to ensure that it remains stylish, functional and efficient. Even with a lot of space to fill, you don’t want to have to walk from the bath across the room to pick up a towel!
Have a good think about your daily routine and plan accordingly. Try to keep the things you use all the time near to hand. It may be easier to group these in such a way that it provides the best use of your bathroom space with the added advantage of creating extra space for storage or fitted cabinets.
Who can resist a long hot soak after a hard day? A freestanding bath like our Cooke & Lewis Duchess Acrylic Oval Freestanding Bath can be a real centrepiece in a large bathroom, and there is something very decadent about dissolving into the bubbles for some relaxing personal time and space.
Consider whether you want a bath that is mounted against a wall, or whether you prefer to have space around the whole bath. This will determine what kind of plumbing you will need.
In a larger bathroom why not choose a two basin option on a wide vanity unit or counter. Our Lana double bowl sink is a key feature in this large bathroom. These type of basins add a touch of opulence and make your bathroom feel very spa like. Countertop basins can sit either on top of a worktop or a vanity unit. Vanity units have a clever mix of both open storage and deep drawers to hide away all your bathroom essentials and keep your bathroom looking tidy. We love the GoodHome Perma vanity cabinet which is available in a variety of colours and sizes to suit your bathroom style.
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Choose a look to suit the size of your space – you could even consider zoning the room with tiles in the more wet areas - light wall tiles with small sections of dark mosaic tiles create an eye-catching feature around a basin area.
Painted wood panelling in a bathroom gives a great period feel, especially if you use contrasting paints – decide if you want the lighter or darker colour at the top. Use our colour wheel to help you decide on the right colours for you and don’t forget to make sure your paint is suitable for bathrooms.
Wallpaper is another great way to imitate natural materials without the cost, such as marble, wood or slate, or patterns such as bricks and tiles. Like with paint, check that your wallpaper is suitable for bathrooms.$
Introduce natural tones and textures with floor tiles - larger format ones are very on-trend in large and luxury bathrooms. Create a dramatic look by continuing wall tiles on to the floor - these Shaded Slate Grey Matt stone effect tiles are ideal to give a serene and calming feeling.
The devil is in the detail, and that's why we've have beautiful bathroom accessory collections designed especially to complement our ranges and your taste. Hide away unsightly branded bottles that will spoil the luxury look by transferring your soaps, moisturisers, creams and hair products into the pump dispensers. They make dispensing your toiletries beautifully effortless.
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Don't want to do it yourself? We can help. We work with approved installers to help coordinate your bathroom project from start to finish. Our range of flexible finance options means you can find a plan to suit you. We also provide a 2-year workmanship guarantee for peace of mind. Find out more about our installation service and book a free planning appointment to get started.