The Victorian Style Bathroom is a room concept that you can try to apply this year. This concept will convey a very strong impression to your bathroom so that the impression of luxury, elegance, grande, and class will be perfectly integrated.
The interior concept itself is filled with ornaments, decorations, accents, and various distinctive carvings. Perfect curves, sculptures, and finishes give off a very elegant appearance. In addition, the Victorian interior is also very rich in detail. Victorian furniture has a luxurious appearance. This is because the furniture is made from high-quality materials and materials.
The popularity of Victorian-style European furniture originated from the reign of Queen Victoria in England in 1837-1901. Where at that time, the ancient British architectural style was very popular and began to spread to various parts of the world. Until now, the hallmark of a bathroom with European furniture with a Victorian touch can still be recognized. Let’s take a peek at the discussion.
Characteristics of a Victorian Style Bathroom with a Dominant Vintage Impression
Some Victorian furniture is usually made from quality wood base materials such as teak, oak, mahogany, and rosewood so as to produce beautiful and sturdy furniture that can last a long time. As in the picture above. Where some furniture such as chairs, doors, cabinets, frames to lamp supports are made of quality wood.
Another distinctive feature is the shape of the furniture which is rich in curves. Chairs, frames, lamp supports, and various other furniture look artistic with curved shapes that seem special. In addition, Victorian furniture is also adorned with detailed carvings in certain parts.
In addition, Victorian-style European furniture does not only have plain motifs. There are various intricate motifs and natural nuances that are synonymous with Victorian-style furniture. The flower and leaf patterns make this furniture very special and accentuate a vintage feel. For example, on the walls, floors, tub supports to some special furniture.
Lastly, it is about color. Where Victorian-style European furniture often uses derivative colors or tertiary colors with glamorous nuances such as gold, mahogany, burgundy, and mustard yellow. In addition, pastel feminine colors like Tosca green or lavender are also popular. The combination of glamorous colors with a strict composition will make the furniture look even more luxurious.
Some of the materials used to make the furniture have luxurious shades, such as brocade, velvet, and embroidery. Usually, furniture in this style is also equipped with tassels that seem attractive and luxurious.