How to Use Wallpaper in Your Bathroom

What makes our service truly bespoke is the individual approach we have for each project, working with unique measurements and requirements. Lately we have been working on a children’s bathroom where our client wanted a feature wall, we decided to use a palm tree wallpaper to achieve a statement, introducing a bold colour and a distinctive charm. Today we are looking at five bathrooms that successfully use wallpaper to achieve a distinctive look. (Image: Interior Junkie)

Tropical birds, lush leaves, and grass weaves Tektura wallpaper print is the wallpaper we have agreed on that will be featured in a children’s bathroom we have designed. The wallpaper is suitable for bathrooms if it isn’t in direct contact to water. We will therefore position this wallpaper on the wall opposite the bath. Suitable adhesives are used for wallpapers used in the bathroom to ensure it will be durable and long lasting. (Image: Tektura)

It is often the smallest spaces that benefits from an innovative touch and this small bathroom demonstrates this idea beautifully. With different angled walls, the wallpaper highlights the angles, drawing your eyes up and then back down again where brass fittings tie the look together. The white metro tiles offset the sophisticated grey and brass tones creating a sophisticated scheme. (Image: The Pink House)

If you have a small bathroom and are keen to achieve a statement or introduce something a bit different, wallpaper is a great way to go. If you are keen to use wallpaper on the wall where the basin is situated, we would recommend using tiles on the lower part of the wall, providing protection from water. Wallpaper can then be introduced on the top half of the wall. (Image: Lewis’s).

It’s a nice idea to introduce a bold wallpaper in your small bathroom. This works particularly well if you have a small downstairs toilet giving you a chance to set the tone for the rest of the house. We recommend you check with the company you are using to determine how resistant and washable your preferred wallpaper is. Some wallpapers are only water resistant while others are also washable. (Image: Retro Lover)

If your bathroom naturally offers character with an alcove, or cornices, introducing wallpaper is a nice way to highlight such features. The same thing applies for any room. (Image: The Inspired Room)

This art deco inspired wallpaper is a nice way to achieve an upbeat feel paired with classic brass details. As wallpapers become an increasingly popular choice, it is important to make informed decisions when choosing to use wallpaper in unexpected places like the bathroom. We would recommend using neutral colours with bold prints or sticking to one main colour, maybe even a combination of two colours to ensure your space feels contemporary and not dated. If you have found this post useful and would like to discuss your own bespoke bathroom with a twist, we would love to hear from you. Tap Amberth, fill out our contact form and a member of our team will be in contact shortly. (Image: maggiescarf)

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