It is hard to define exactly what makes a bathroom “classical”. Afterall classical, or sometimes referred to as traditional, is a rather generic term that often has crossover with vintage and retro. What they traditionally are not, is sleek, minimalistic or spa like.
Classical bathrooms tend not to jump out at you as time specific though they often contain elements of another era. Traditionally classical bathrooms do not make wild or whimsical statements with excessively ornate elements.
In the gallery above we have selected some examples of classical bathrooms and more can be found on the Galleries pages on this website.
An integral component of good bathroom design is the selection of bathroomware and surface finishes. More than ever before we have access to more products to achieve “the look” you desire. Baths are built in or free standing, shower designs are limited solely by your imagination (and budget). Cabinets are floor mounted, wall mounted or floating, basins are inset or top mounting and of course toilets come in all different shapes and sizes.
And when it comes to surface finishes ... (read more)
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