Bathrooms are a place for cleansing oneself, for taking that private time to relax and wash away the stresses and strains of the day and emerge feeling refreshed and ready to take on anything life throws at us. A moment of decadence can be snatched from everyday life within a luxury bathroom.

Bathrooms are also the place where the biggest rush of the day takes place – tooth brushing and checking your hair in the mirror, last minute flannel wipes around the children’s faces and the last room everyone is required to visit before the journey can commence.

Finding a design that accommodates all these conditions can be daunting for those who have not attempted to renovate a bathroom before and especially when it’s part of a new-build project. As specialists to the home renovation and new-build markets J&S House of Design can take away all of your concerns and bring you clarity.

If you’re designing your bathroom for a new build and starting with a blank page, simply tell us what it is you would really like to see in your bathroom. Luxury bathrooms are not reserved for stately homes and London pads. Do you have a specific style in mind, do you want an over-sized tub, are there mobility concerns that will affect the overall design?

When preparing your house for sale updating the bathroom is one of the most sure-fire ways to appeal to potential buyers. Viewers will always look for expenses to themselves once they have moved in and providing them with a newly renovated bathroom will tick one of the biggest boxes.

Contemporary design, showcasing the most up-to-date fashion within a bathroom is less popular than in kitchens, with many people favouring a modern bathroom with simple furniture, clean lines and geometric shapes. A sparkling clean modern bathroom inspires a clear mind with clear objectives. A contemporary twist can always be achieved with the latest in lighting technology, providing stunning atmospheres or subtle ambience.

The pure luxury bathroom vs classic bathroom

If a pure luxury bathroom is what you’re after, think luxury hotel. Floor to ceiling tiles or stonework, natural materials and neutral tones. This design is timeless and appealing to almost everyone - not to mention easy to maintain. But the contemporary bathroom design might not be to the taste of everyone. The classic style is still popular to many and displays detailed panelling and cabinets, traditional wall lighting and maybe vintage-style furniture.

Whatever your definition of a luxury bathroom is, J&S House of Design will help you realise it. Take a look at our gallery of bathroom designs for inspiration, or give us a ring on 01865 596768 to talk through your ideas.

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