A feature wall in your bathroom can have a striking impact on a room by adding a focal point through textures, colours & patterns & with the range of tiles available the options are endless.
Here are some tips when it comes to creating your feature wall:
Pick the focal point of the room
This does not necessarily have to be the first wall you see upon entering the bathroom. It could be the wall behind the bath, with an inset bath it’s quite common to see the feature tile on the bath hob, floor and the feature wall which creates what we call a ‘waterfall’ effect, it’s a great look and gives the illusion of more space. Another option is to create a smaller feature for example in a niche shelf, this subtle change in tile can make a simple wall look stunning.
Pick complementary colours
The aim of a feature wall is to stand out, however, it should still harmonize with the rest of the room. Picking out shades in the main tile or a completely contrast tile whether it be in colour or texture is a great option.
Avoid overcrowded rooms
If you don’t want to go with a feature wall, vanities are available in many colours and materials which can complement your tile choice. If you prefer to add colour or textures with something less permanent you can do this with other items in your bathroom by accessorising with luxurious towels and a few candles Adding some greenery with a few feature pot plants can also add to the ambience.