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Posted: 12th July 2021

Curve appeal for bathrooms

Bathrooms are now a place of relaxation; a sanctuary where someone can switch off from their daily lives. It should, therefore, come as no surprise that curves are bang on trend for helping décor to exude a soothing vibe.

Softer-edged products have certainly been making their mark, from rounded taps to curvaceous baths. This trend is set to accelerate as consumers aim to give their bathrooms a more delicate look following the stark minimalism of recent years.

One of the best ways to add curve appeal to your bathroom, is a statement curved bath. Perfect as either a standalone feature or as part of a wider curved design theme, they are much softer on the eye than other models. Offering a luxurious bathing experience, the curved sides of baths tend to mould to the contours of those relaxing in it.

It isn’t just sanitaryware that’s changing shape, so too is furniture; with rounded edges and curves create a subtle flair with added softness without sacrificing practicality. The curved basin cabinet is a perfect example of this. Softer than those with square corners, it is timeless. The Bayswater cabinet creates a unique centre piece, while offering luxuriously deep storage space. Available in three Farrow and Ball colours - white, plummet grey and stiffkey blue - these classical colours bring more attention to shape over colour whilst maintaining a contemporary finish.

Slipper Bath Landscape LOW RES BW Unit

There are other ways to add delicate smattering of curves to your bathroom. Brassware offers a clever way to smooth edges. A rounded showerhead can instantly create a gentler look in the shower. This, combined with warmer metals such as brushed brass and nickel create a warm, lustrous glow that provides a stylish and homely feel that will make a bathroom more inviting.

Curved painted baths provide a contrast between colour and white, without stark cut off lines, while those being brave enough to choose coloured ceramics are rewarded with different shades depending on how the light falls and the subtle shadows that the curved sides create.

Nocturnal Domed Lever Side Low Res The Leinster Bath with Clattergate Tiles