Instead of going for detailed tiles and busy patterns on the walls and floors, you can perfect the rustic industrial look with this vintage jute laundry bin. Not only is it practical, but it's a great way to break up plain colours in your bathroom, by adding some natural tones and also creating some cosy texture.Shop now
Save your brightly coloured towels for the beach, and get some monochrome colours for luxury spa vibes (without the price tag) with these slate 6 piece towel bales. Sumptuously soft and quick-drying, you'll have them washed and ready to go in no time before your guests arrive; nothing beats a fluffy towel to make you feel pampered!Shop now
My interiors inspiration comes from the colours that I'm naturally drawn to. It’s true that you tend to style your house with the same colours you will find in your wardrobe. Instagram is a fantastic resource to get instant inspo. It's great because you can see how things work in real homes, rather than styled mock-ups.
You can take small and simple steps to change your home’s look from season to season- you don't have to change a whole room! For example, faux plants are a great way to bring colour into your home, and can be changed as the seasons do. Consider colours, textures, and materials in order to choose accessories that will complement the space.
Bathrooms deserve to look pretty too, so don't be afraid to decorate with accessories, like these faux pot plants for a fresh pop of green. I'm a big fan of bringing the outdoors into my home, and their versatility means you can easily move them around your bathroom. What's more, they are low maintenance, as they won't ever need watering!Shop now
I’m drawn to the Scandi trend- I love to mix textures, no matter the season. You don't have to spend a lot to achieve a high end look; it's all in the finish. Matte black bathroom tiles look luxe and modern when contrasted with quality materials such as solid wood and bamboo. Not only are these styles on trend, but they will also last for years.Shop now