This week we have been looking at Art Deco bathrooms and compiled a selection of bathrooms that have an Art Deco influence, including a few designed by us. If you are after a bit of afternoon inspiration then stay with us, as we share stand out bathrooms that have powerful, influential style to last a lifetime.
Black, white, and gold are three colours that will help you to achieve an art deco inspired bathroom. Zone different areas with black and white tiles, choosing small mosaics for a more elegant appeal. Create a feature in the shower enclosure and choose gold fittings. (Image: Hotel Vernet)
Designed and installed by Amberth, bold Art Deco inspired accents such as the round ceiling lighting; wall shelving and a round mirror tie this look together to create a stylish design. Use large fittings in your bathroom for an art decor vibe and a contemporary colour pallet maintain a timeless look. (Image: Amberth)
The Art Deco period was a time to really have fun with colour and form. Go for audacious colours and geometric shapes with your fittings and fixtures with the inclusion of at least one primary colour for even just a small slice of this phenomenal style. (Image: Amberth)
If your bathroom provides you with original features, it’s wise to use this to your advantage. An arch can automatically set the tone for simple additions that will create a stylish art deco feel. Follow the shape of the arch with a round pendant light. A free-standing bath will help establish the look further. (Image: The Potted Boxwood)
Brass fittings is a great way to introduce a simple taste of Art Deco. Highlight your tiles with gold/brass grout; this will bring the space alive. (Image: Residence Style)
Black, gold and marble are the three must haves for an Art Deco inspired bathroom. Source a mirror with a black border or to achieve something a bit more inventive like this one, choose a more bespoke option (a service offered by Amberth). We can also help you to create a unique basin to help complete the look. This look is playful, glamorous and, a winning look for your own art deco bathroom. (Image: Twelve Chairs)