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Make your Bathroom Instagram-worthy with Crosswater

‘Design is one of the most powerful forces in our lives’- The Atlantic. We all want our living space to look nice and photogenic. Crosswater are the experts on each and every element of bathroom design, so you can make your bathroom interior Instagram-worthy and on trend with Crosswater!

Bathroom Design ideas

Make your Bathroom Instagram-worthy with Crosswater

Timeless Design Trend

Many of us like to stay on trend and follow the latest designer fashions. However, bathroom products are not like cheap, fast fashion clothes on the high street. We would like our bathroom to be durable and last for years to come.
We have highlighted the timeless design styles for you here so you can have a stylish bathroom at the same time as good quality products that last longer.

Minimalist Bathroom

Declutter is the essential strategy to create a minimalist bathroom. This is also a good example for those who are worrying about not having enough bathroom space. The vanity unit and the Pier short Projection Wall Hung Toilet work perfectly for saving valuable space.

A natural influence Bathroom

The effortless way to achieve relaxation while in the bathroom is to create a natural concept.

Metallic Bathroom

Metallic has been on trend for years, especially you can’t make it wrong with a chrome tap. The simple brassware is essential for a modern bathroom.

Marble

Marble

The above picture is the Crosswater Design Bath Set with Kit

 

Looking to go for a luxurious scheme? Marble wall tiles make your bathroom into an elegant and magnificent space.

Nordic Décor

 

Shower Door

The above picture is the Simpsons Supreme Pivot Shower Door

Nordic décor is tranquil, peaceful and relatively relaxing. As the bathroom is the place where we would like to be relaxed after a long working day, this is a clever style to go for your bathroom design.

Art Deco

Art deco is a design style from the 1920s and 1930s. The sharp lines, a confident manner and timeless sophistication of the Art Deco period have never been out of trend.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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