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Wallpaper in the bathroom

Wallpaper in the bathroom

Posted by Aston Matthews on 5th Aug 2019

The trend for maximal design continues and no more so than in the bathroom, with decorative metals such as bronze and brass being used for taps and accessories and bold colour choices for tiles. Taking this trend a stage further sees the increased use of wallpaper in the bathroom. But is it sensible to paper bathroom walls? Providing the wallpaper is not directly next to the bath or … read more
Maximal Bathrooms

Maximal Bathrooms

Posted by Aston Matthews on 29th Apr 2019

You may have come across the term maximalism recently, this is quite simply the opposite of minimalism. Minimalism has dominated our interiors for several years and no more so than in the bathroom where a pared-back aesthetic resulted in an uncluttered, cool space. But all that is changing. Where minimalism favoured clean lines and a neutral palette, maximalism turns to excess, repl … read more
Living Coral

Living Coral

Posted by Aston Matthews on 29th Jan 2019

For 20 years colour expert Pantone has chosen its colour of the year. This year the organisation has declared Living Coral as the shade most likely to dominate our homes in 2019. Living Coral is a life-affirming coral hue with a golden undertone that energizes and enlivens. Pantone says that with the onslaught of digital technology and social media we are all seeking authentic and i … read more
Where To Spend And Save

Where To Spend And Save

Posted by Aston Matthews on 16th Aug 2016

To get long term enjoyment from your bathroom invest in classic pieces that will stand the test of time rather than the latest fad which might wow now but look dated in a couple of years’ time. White sanitaryware will never date unlike colours and fittings such as a console basin or cast iron bath are timeless and add value to your property. However it is important to shop car … read more
Rough Luxe

Rough Luxe

Posted by Aston Matthews on 11th Jul 2016

Style experts are calling it Rough Luxe, the current trend for combining rough with luxury. Think stripped back brick walls, heavily grained wood floor boards, cast iron staircases, peeling paint and plaster as the back drop to glittering light fittings, heavy brocade curtains and velvet upholstery. We’ve seen it in bar and hotel design but it can work in a domestic setting too … read more