Stylist's Selection January 2019

January is best-known for making new year's resolutions and with your bathroom, there should be no exception.

In this most optimistic of months, I've put together an eclectic mix for my Stylist's Selection, combining both traditional and contemporary pieces for a truly vintage chic style bathroom. Check out my mood board below which really captures the look.

Stylist's Selection January 2019 mood board


My favourite bath is...

...The Bath Co. Dulwich iron grey back to wall roll top bath. This bath really is a fine example of timeless, traditional bathroom design. Featuring a wonderfully ornate back to wall shape, it's ideal if your bathroom is a bit on the small side, meaning you needn't compromise on style. Choose traditional white, or even a grey finish and black feet, for the perfect on-trend selection.

The Bath Co Dulwich iron grey back to wall roll top bath


My favourite bath tap is...

What better way to accompany your gorgeous roll top bath than with The Bath Co. Beaumont lever bath shower tap? Create a stunning statement with this Art Deco-inspired mixer featuring black ceramic handles in a stylish geometric shape. The classic telephone style shower handset recalls a classic period in interior design, making it the perfect pick for January’s eclectic mix.

The Bath Co. Beaumont lever bath shower mixer

Discover more about the inspiration behind our products and how we designed this tap.


My favourite vanity unit is...

To mix this selection up, I've chosen the Mode Tate anthracite & oak wall hung vanity unit. This unit is perfect for a smaller bathroom and ties in wonderfully with the back to wall roll top bath suggested earlier. It has a contemporary shape and finish, adding to this combination of styles.

Mode Tate anthracite & oak wall hung vanity unit


My favourite storage is...

The next item on my list is the Mode Tate anthracite & oak wall cabinet. It pairs perfectly with the vanity unit and will make this look cohesive and consistent. The key to eclectic interior design is to keep a few products clustered, so having a number of items from a single range and a few from another works well. This unit also adds much-needed storage to keep your products and bath towels organised.

Mode Tate anthracite & oak wall cabinet


My favourite mirror is...

...The Bath Co. Beaumont wall mirror. It has a wonderful Art Deco-inspired shape and really makes a statement. It will help create a focal point in any bathroom and is ample size for your morning routine.

The Bath Co. Beaumont wall mirror


My favourite bathroom light is...

The next selection on my January list is the Forum Porto bathroom wall light. I think this has a wonderful, contemporary ball shape and with a chrome finish, it creates a very classic, yet minimal look. It’s the perfect accompaniment to this eclectic combination.

Forum Porto bathroom wall light


My favourite tiles are...

My final selection, and one which I believe helps to tie this look together, is the V&A puddle glaze racing green field tiles. They are a very [traditional looking tile]and will work perfectly against the roll top bath and taps.

You could use them in the following ways:

  • Instead of skirting boards as a subtle feature
  • To highlight a focal point behind the vanity unit
  • Throughout your whole bathroom for a bold statement

[V&A puddle glaze racing green plain field tile]


More Stylist's Selection

Check out my Stylist's Selections from the past few months and discover more of my favourite products: