Victorian Bathroom Ideas and Designs

Traditional Georgian House Renovation, Oxfordshire
Traditional Georgian House Renovation, Oxfordshire
HollandGreen Architecture, Interiors & LandscapesHollandGreen Architecture, Interiors & Landscapes
Renovation of a listed Georgian house blends sympathetic detailing and bold colours to uncover and celebrate the original architecture and features of the property. The result is a warm and characterful home, with a timeless sense of style
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Classic Victorian Bathroom: Maple Glen, PA
Classic Victorian Bathroom: Maple Glen, PA
HomeTech Renovations, Inc.HomeTech Renovations, Inc.
Chic, elegant yet simple. This master bath contains the delicate details of the Victorian style blended with today’s luxuries such as the spacious shower and whirlpool tub. A happy union between design and function.
Seahorse
Seahorse
Warren French InteriorsWarren French Interiors
Boasting a large terrace with long reaching sea views across the River Fal and to Pendennis Point, Seahorse was a full property renovation managed by Warren French.
Fort Worth Historic Bathroom
Fort Worth Historic Bathroom
6th Ave Homes6th Ave Homes
This historic bathroom is a luxurious sanctuary, with its clawfoot tub, gold accents, and extravagant light fixture. The space is filled with a relaxing atmosphere, perfect for unwinding in style. This is a truly remarkable bathroom that will bring timeless beauty to any home.
Notting Hill
Notting Hill
Ola Jachymiak StudioOla Jachymiak Studio
Notting Hill is one of the most charming and stylish districts in London. This apartment is situated at Hereford Road, on a 19th century building, where Guglielmo Marconi (the pioneer of wireless communication) lived for a year; now the home of my clients, a french couple. The owners desire was to celebrate the building's past while also reflecting their own french aesthetic, so we recreated victorian moldings, cornices and rosettes. We also found an iron fireplace, inspired by the 19th century era, which we placed in the living room, to bring that cozy feeling without loosing the minimalistic vibe. We installed customized cement tiles in the bathroom and the Burlington London sanitaires, combining both french and british aesthetic. We decided to mix the traditional style with modern white bespoke furniture. All the apartment is in bright colors, with the exception of a few details, such as the fireplace and the kitchen splash back: bold accents to compose together with the neutral colors of the space. We have found the best layout for this small space by creating light transition between the pieces. First axis runs from the entrance door to the kitchen window, while the second leads from the window in the living area to the window in the bedroom. Thanks to this alignment, the spatial arrangement is much brighter and vaster, while natural light comes to every room in the apartment at any time of the day. Ola Jachymiak Studio
Collector's House - master bathroom
Collector's House - master bathroom
KuDa PhotographyKuDa Photography
Turkish vanity, 19th century Stained glass window - Brussels, 19th century Photo by KuDa Photography

Victorian Bathroom Ideas and Designs

Classic Black & White Bath with Winckelmans Tiles
Classic Black & White Bath with Winckelmans Tiles
Herbeau - Winckelmans Tiles - Line Art VanitiesHerbeau - Winckelmans Tiles - Line Art Vanities
Traditional meets trendy in this gorgeous black & white tiled bathroom. Winckelmans White 5cm dots and 15cm black octagon floor tiles add the finishing touch. The black and white theme is carried over in the white subway tile, open shelving and sleek black tub. Photo courtesy of Olde English Tiles Australia.
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