Here’s to get the look:
1) Pick an accent colour
Sarah was inspired by the rocks outside, picking out a pale, silvery green for the tiles and flooring.
2) Opt for vintage-style bathroom jewellery
Vintage-inspired faucets and shower hardware look great in a country cottage-style bathroom.
3) Choose a freestanding bathtub
A big soaker bathtub is perfect for kids’ bathtimes, as well as for relaxing in after a long day.
4) Remember, more is sometimes more
When selecting tile and stone for bathrooms, combine many tiles of different, size, colours and textures, so it has a more layered effect when it’s all together.
5) Don’t forget storage
In a family bathroom, storage is key. Sarah has wall cabinets and a vanity unit with rattan storage boxes, to keep the family’s bath products at bay.