The retro style is very trendy ... as we see in many magazines and decorating blogs. And yes, naturally, we all want to do the same thing at home. In the past, the bathroom was a strictly functional room and often it was not shown to guests.
But hey, we all agree that it even happens to the guests to have to use the bathroom and this is where it becomes embarrassing if his decor is not really at the top. The solution? Today, we propose to revamp your bathroom with a retro bathroom decor which will make even the most capricious dreams dream of you.
Retro bathroom decor with black and white striped walls
But does the retro bathroom decor also asks for a retro interior? Not at all! The idea of choosing a single decorative style for the decoration of its interior has been outmoded for a very long time. So, have fun mixing the different styles and pieces and do not be afraid to experiment. To connect different parts, you can use colors, for example, or compromise on accessories. The idea is to keep the same theme in all the pieces to create continuity, but not necessarily the same style.
Retro bathroom in beige
If you ever decide to opt for a retro Victorian bathroom decor, then be aware that the Victorian bathroom is very rich and screams "opulence". An elegant bathtub with feet, shiny floor covering, glamorous patterns and colors, not to mention the crystal chandelier: these are the elements of the successful Victorian decor. If you do not like chandeliers, then stained glass lamps are also a good option. For extra shine, add brass furniture, wall sconces or pendant lights.
Elegant retro bathroom with foot tub
The bathrooms of the 50s, for their part, are utilitarian pieces with a touch of daring. It often happens to people to discover that the accessories in their bathroom already date back to that time. And in this case, instead of replacing them, try to play with them and use them in your favor. Column washbasin in pink? Very well! Go for accessories and furniture in similar soft shades and have fun with the laminate counter which, too, can be beautiful in pink. The mandatory elements of the 1950s bathroom are pastel colors, plastic and chrome furniture, vintage photos and posters, and vinyl stools.
Retro style bathroom in pastel colors
The 60s are the Beatles years and if this time inspires you, then the signs "Peace and love" should be everywhere in your home. But the 60s are also the lawyer's period - the color of the moment for bathrooms and kitchens. So bring that color back to life in your bathroom by combining it with orange, yellow and even, in moderate amounts, with brown. The details? Stripes, black and white tiles and circles, rugs, glass and chrome. One of the advantages of the 60s look is that it is very easy to find vintage items in today's stores. Have fun with the decoration of your bathroom but remember that the decor must give the impression of being created on purpose not to never be renovated.
Retro modern bathroom in dark blue
Bathtub for retro bathroom in gold
Vintage bathroom furniture in black
Bathroom decorated in 50's style
Retro bathroom glamorous deco