If you’re struggling to find some good bathroom ideas, the nautical style will always be appropriate. The subtle blue and white theme is the one people tend to go for in bathrooms anyway, so a few seaside themed accessories will just add the finishing touch! There are a few routes to go down with the nautical theme, so we thought we’d lay them out for you.
The standard nautical look is usually comprised of white bathroom furniture, with blue walls, accessories or accents. For this look, we recommend our Lucia or Modena cabinets, which can be used as a blank canvas for a coastal inspired bathroom. Add dashes of deep blue to the room in towels or tiles, to contrast the white high gloss finish. Finish off with some fun nautical accessories, like anchor shaped towel hooks, or framed photos of boats.
This look works even better when you’re looking for family bathroom ideas. Try covering one wall in some playful underwater wallpaper. Large wicker baskets fit in with the nautical theme, and are incredibly handy for tidying up used towels or dirty clothes. The kids will love feeling like they’re always at the beach, and it makes bath time fun!
Another one of the routes to go down in nautical bathroom ideas is to move away from the sailor style and go for a more beach inspired look. Add a feel of driftwood but with a sophisticated finish, with some of our timber effect cabinets, like Dune. Possibilities for accessorising are endless, and can often be easy to make yourself. For example, fill some glass mason jars with sand and shells and display on the window sill or the WC unit. This is super easy to do and looks really effective.
The final one of our nautical bathroom ideas is a more traditional route. Try our Classic range of furniture, combined with some sailing style accessories to feel like you’re below deck on a grand ship. Tiling works incredibly well with this classic look, especially with traditional sanitaryware.
Let us know if you have any other nautical themed bathroom ideas, and don’t forget to tweet us your photos @AtlantaBeModern.