An Edwardian inspired bathroom will provide your home with a look that will stand the test of time and with careful planning and close attention to detail this style can be created in any size of bathroom, and it doesn’t have to cost a fortune to achieve either.
Traditional freestanding bath
The first thing that comes to mind when creating an Edwardian style bathroom is a beautiful freestanding roll top bath or a slipper bath, which will become the main focal point of the room. A freestanding slipper bath will provide your bathroom with a touch of old-fashioned glamour as well as providing you with a luxurious bathing experience.
High level toilet
Your choice of basin and toilet can make a huge difference to the look and feel of your Edwardian inspired bathroom. For an authentic Edwardian look the Ullswater high level toilet from Cheap Suites will make the perfect addition. This high level toilet features a long pull chain flush, which creates a more old-fashioned appearance. Also available is the matching Ullswater basin and pedestal, which features period details to perfectly complement the high level toilet.
Traditional shower rose
If you are including a shower in your Edwardian inspired bathroom then opt for a traditional rose head shower and rigid riser for an authentic Edwardian look. Make sure that the shower is thermostatically controlled, which will provide you with complete peace of mind when showering.
Traditional towel radiator
Create a warm and welcoming space in your Edwardian bathroom with a traditional towel radiator, which will not only look great but will ensure that your towels are kept warm and dry, make sure you choose traditional style radiator valves to complete the look.
Taps such as the Vico collection from Cheap Suites will really enhance the overall appearance of your Edwardian bathroom. The Vico bath shower mixer will perfectly complement a freestanding roll top or slipper bath, as well as making a very practical addition too.
Complete your Edwardian inspired bathroom with a mirror, towels and traditional bathroom accessories to bring the look together.
Author: Liz Robinson