Another interesting new bathroom design, derived from one of our new bedroom wardrobe designs. We can also adapt the design anyway you want, and you can also choose any colour you want. Above right is shown part of a new door we produced, in Oak, which gives it a very different look. But this clearly shows the stepped moulding detail very clearly. We researched lots of old Deco bathroom illustrations to arrive at the colour examples below. Most magazines these days show Deco style bathrooms mainly in black and white colour schemes, but this was rarely the case in Deco times, where predominated. This design & the range of colours shown make this a classic Deco design, maybe our most mainstream so far. This bathroom would satisfy anyone wanting a deco bathroom. The furniture can be painted in a single colour for a more refined neutral modern feel, while mainting the Deco look. Or it can be painted in any colour variations you like. The painted furniture might also benefit from adding some texture/pattern to it, much as is found on old Deco tiled fireplaces.
It's the stepped detailing, along with the colouring, that really makes this bathroom design sucessful. The vanity unit is a wonderful Deco shape, the recessed stepped plinth is echoed by the door panel details & upstand. Or you could make this a double width his 'n' hers vanity unit. These pieces are made to order, so you can have exactly what you want. The sink shown is a typical undermounted one, but you could have a square undermounted one (as well as a square shape bath) to really emphasis the square/straight shapes. You could also go for a lower vanity unit & use a sit-on sink bowl. The vanity works best with a solid worktop, ie marble, granite, corian, glass even. Some of the man made granites can be quite colourful as well, so could further enhance the furniture colours. The other bathroom pieces, ie WC, shower were omitted for clarity, as these are the pieces that establish an Art Deco bathroom in style terms.
You can play around with ideas endlessly. Shown above is a matching bathroom door we can supply. Spice up the wall mirror unit by adding a matching stepped Skyscraper style Deco cornice crown moulding.
The above example shows how the same colours can have the shades vary to give different results; going from bright Miami colours through to more reserved palette. You can do this with any of the designs.