Five decors to ‘warm’ up your bathroom this winter

Winter is finally here. With the days getting shorter and the nights getting colder, how can you ‘warm’ your bathroom up this year? In this blog, Rachel Oddy, our Marketing Manager, explores five different decors that can make your bathroom feel ‘warmer’ during the winter months.

1) Olive Green

Green shades can not only bring the outdoors in; they can also help to ‘warm’ up your bathroom space. Our Olive Green décor is Extra Matt which creates that extra feeling of solidity, as opposed to tiles which can often feel cold or clinical due to their ceramic construction. Often used to symbolize peace and harmony, Olive Green can help to bring a feeling of relaxation and warmth to your bathroom. One to consider for those looking to create their own space for calm and reflection.

2) Toscana

The sandy beige tones of Toscana combine both the soft warmth and sweet comfort of browns, with the freshness of white. Being a High Gloss wall panel, Toscana can both lighten up a space and bring a feeling of warmth to it. This is perfect if you want to keep your bathroom looking modern and stylish, without sacrificing on colour.

3) Warm Grey

The clue’s in the name with this one! Warm Grey has hints of pinks and purples, which help add to the warming properties of this décor. Greys have always been seen as a solid and neutral colour but can still carry negative connotations of being a dull shade. Warm Grey works to subvert this idea, adding a slight pop of colour and depth.

4) Sandstone

Another beige tone is Sandstone. Whilst slightly darker than Toscana, it also brings some added textures into the mix. Our Sandstone décor is based off its namesake, a material that already has connotations of being warm, so this recommendation is fairly self-explanatory! The subtle yellows and browns help brighten up a space, whilst creating a feeling of warmth. With this décor, you can make it feel like summer even at the peak of winter.

5) Rough Wood

Our Rough Wood décor is another design that, similar to Olive Green or Sandstone, can bring the outdoors in. Inspired by traditional Scandinavian design, it reflects the popularity of timber construction in Norway. With temperatures in winter hitting as low as -22 degrees in some areas of Norway, they know how to stay warm! Timber is a great material for construction in part due to its thermal properties, and, with its timber effect design, Rough Wood can connote a similar feeling. It looks and feels warm to the touch, creating a beautiful and rustic look for any bathroom.

Any of the above suggestions would be perfect to keep your bathroom feeling ‘warm’ this winter. Whether you want the rustic feel of Rough Wood or the brighter designs of Toscana or Sandstone, there is something for everyone.

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