Today’s guest post will showcase some fabulous tips on a somewhat challenging subject: how to style your bathroom. Designing a bathroom requires a heavy focus on how the space is used, as well as great attention detail when it comes to materials and finishes. With those challenges in mind, we’re delighted to present one of the best designer in London Cate St. Hill with some tips and tricks. With an eye for minimal, Scandinavian design, Cate St. Hill’s design philosophy centers around beautiful, pared-back rooms that celebrate the ordinary. She offers personalised services to create spaces that suit the users. Her blog features some truly beautiful photography, great writing and useful information, and we’re excited to hear from her today on some bathroom design tips that celebrate #thesimpleeveryday without sacrificing style or quality.
Ferm Living will add a simple, minimal touch to any style of space. The black is smart, elegant and won’t show the dirt as much as a shiny metal equivalent. Use it to display a beautiful, patterned hand towel in the downstairs loo or to stylishly hold your toilet roll in place.
Hay. Simple, Scandi and wonderful to touch.
Normann Copenhagen has a clean, simple shape and organic expression. The mirror can be turned up, down and twisted 360 degrees, while the tray base can be used to store lotions, potions, and bits and bobs.
Byredo is up there with the best, and not only because of its minimal, monochrome packaging. This sensual scent, Peyote Poem, combines a rich blend of Mexican aromas, from Tonka bean, fir and juniper, to clove, patchouli and hyacinth.