From cottagecore to rustic fashion, cottage bathroom interiors are the design style of 2021.
Harmoniously integrating traditional chalet elements with modern design features, this nostalgic style evokes sentimental comfort in a modern abode.
Emma Joyce of Victoria + Albert gives some design tips for a cottage style bathroom: âDesigning a cottage is all about bringing vintage elements into the space through a modern lens. So start with a characteristic wallpaper that, for example, brings a regency flocked design up to date, such as those from House of Hackney or Graham & Brown.
âChoose main elements, such as a freestanding tub and sink, which can be reinterpreted using new colors and finishes. Draped fabrics, framed prints, and traditional soaps should add a neatly organized clutter. Above all, the goal is to create warmth, comfort and a deep sense of belonging.
Victoria + Albert is known for its chic and sculptural contemporary tubs, but it also produces a beautiful line inspired by Victorian and Edwardian cast iron tubs, with traditional claw feet. Made from Victoria + Albert’s unique composite material, Quarrycast, which is light, strong and warm to the touch, they can be specified in any of 199 RAL exterior colors, gloss or matt.
The Victoria + Albert collection of washbasins, like the Metallo 100, is also perfect for the Cottagecore look. Sleek and refined, with the benefit of a beautiful Quarrycast composite basin that won’t chip or crack.
For more information on a Victoria + Albert bath or sink, please email [emailÂ protected] or call +44 1952 221 100.