'Our bathroom feels so sunny and welcoming'

'Our bathroom feels so sunny and welcoming'


Posted 13th Mar 2018

Natasha Muniz created a vibrant contemporary look to suit her simple Scandi style and budget

A bit about me

Hi, I’m Natasha Muniz, I live with my husband, Matt, and our two sons in a five-bed 1930s semi-detached house in Hampton. We moved in two years ago.

My problem bathroom

Previously, the bathroom felt cold and bland, the large format brown tiles were oppressive and the suite was dated. I wanted the bathroom to have a light contemporary look in keeping with the rest of the house. Adding storage into the limited space was also a big consideration for me.

How I made it work

Initially, I thought about an overall look for the whole house. I really like simple Scandinavian style with blocks of colour so I kept to a simple scheme with a white backdrop, adding in hints of yellow and turquoise. I created a storyboard of ideas with elements I liked, the focal point being a sunny wall of mustard tiles behind the bath, framing the window and fresh white shutters.

My favourite part

I have to say I do love the tiled feature wall, it has created such impact in the limited space and keeping the other elements of the bathroom simple has worked really well.

You can find out more about Natasha's bathroom revamp by purchasing our March 2018 issue, available as a digital download for only £0.99 here.

Feature and Styling by Dilly Orme / Photos by Claire Lloyd-Davies





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