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Simple luxury and tranquil calm are the keys to creating a beautiful bathroom, and the great thing about Hamptons style bathrooms is that you can either stick to a completely traditional look, embrace the modern or find a happy place somewhere in between.
White as always is a key base element of the Hamptons bathroom, with shaker style cabinetry, marble tops and chrome heritage tapware all core components of the Hamptons look. The addition of greys, pale blues and greens can help add texture and accentuate light spaces, while the use of stronger colours such as navy blue or charcoal can add a striking modern edge.
Combining classic Hamptons styling with the addition of modern touches can create a lighter, easier way of living. Examples of this include using classic floating shaker vanity units to create a feeling of space and opulence. Or look for modern brass or matte black tapware with traditional marble surfaces, on trend pendant lighting, round brass mirrors and non-traditional tile shapes, such as penny rounds, hexagonal or fish scale tiles. You can even use standard subway tiles laid in a herringbone or vertical pattern to bring a more modern feeling to the space.
The most important thing is to make it true to your family and your taste, and of course make sure it suits the style of the rest of the house.
When choosing a Hamptons bathroom rug, you want something nice and soft underfoot, washable, mould-resistant and quick drying. Our soft open weave designs are the perfect fit.
Whether you have a long narrow bathroom or a big expansive space, we have the size and style to suit. The beauty of our gorgeous Hamptons bathroom rugs is that they're all fast drying, machine washable and completely resistant to mould and mildew; not to mention the fact they're made entirely from recycled plastic bottles.