Checkered flooring for a traditional bathroom

There are many ways in which you can create a traditional bathroom. You can purchase a classic freestanding roll top bathtub, a Belfast sink and wash basin and classical mirrors but the flooring also needs to be considered.

For a complete classical look, checkered flooring is a fine option, and it works perfectly in period style properties. Depending on the budget you have available, you can opt for vinyl flooring or solid tiles, and by creating this bliss balance between black and white; you can allow other colours in the room to really come to the fore, such as deep reds or silky gold. Checkered flooring may not be the most common option for a bathroom, but the style it can provide is second to none. No matter what colours you’re looking to use in your bathroom, black and white checkered tiles will complement it perfectly, so make sure you consider this option if you’re planning on redecorating your bathroom.

Rugs for your bedroom; what you might want to consider

Adding a rug to your bedroom can be all it needs to complete the desired look. Rugs can bring individual design elements together, bringing balance and texture to your room. When it comes to choosing a rug there are a few factors you may want to consider.

Colour- this is probably the most important element to think about. The colour depends on the theme of your room, if you want it to match other item or if you want the rug to stand out and become a design feature of its own.

Pattern- Patterns look great, but only in rooms that aren’t already busy. If your room is clutter free and minimalistic, a patterned rug will certainly look great.

Size- This really depends on the size of your room, and how much floor space you wish for the rug to cover. We suggest cutting out mock templates and seeing what size will work best for your bedroom’s design.