this look sees spaces funked up with old-school twists. ‘the privacy factor of a bathroom makes it a fabulous room to have fun with – and the freedom to create a bolder look than you might have elsewhere,’ says Helen Bygraves, co-founder of Hill House Interiors. retro styling details originate in the Fifties, the decade that wasn’t afraid to mix coloured sanitaryware with neon and pop Art! Don’t be afraid of bright hues and busy patterns, but keep the look modern with stylish sanitaryware and smart fixtures. Want to make a splash on the floor? check out the revival of luxury vinyl – Harvey Maria has the perfect black-and-white vinyl tiles for a American diner feel.
Project details Marco pasanella and rebecca robertson of rebecca robertson Interiors remodelled this bathroom. Find similar vintage patterned shower curtains at juniqe, priced from £45.95. Victoria & Albert Baths’ Monaco bath, £2,015, is just as luxuriously deep as this one.