In the eclectic bathroom anything goes, as long as it’s carefully planned.
The Key Elements: The key element in this eclectic bathroom is the salvaged church statues of angels, standing sentinel at the bath, one of which now acts as a soap tray. The best advice is to choose one strong key item and work from there. A salvage yard is a good place to start.
The Decor: Keep the floors and windows simple and let the walls and the accessories do the talking. Here, floor to ceiling voile curtains lend a celestial feel while the simple white tiled floor does not compete for attention with the rest of the scheme.
The Details: Reuse household items in unusual ways for the best in eclectic chic. You could transform the wrought-iron base of an old Singer sewing machine into the base of a sink, remake an unusual vintage curtain with a plastic liner to dress up your shower or add your own mosaic of broken tiles or crockery.
The Big Spend: Choose a beautiful crystal chandelier or salvage find and base your scheme around that. You could also splash out on a reproduction chair for added comfort.