Be Inspired : Vintage Glam' Bathroom Special

Today we're announcing the launch of our exciting New Vara Bathroom Chandelier Range, finally you can now transform your bathroom into a glamorous haven of ambience and luxury, these stunning chandeliers feature beautifully curved arms in a chrome finish with glass sconces and twinkling glass crystal droplets hanging from each arm. The range includes an enchanting 9 light fitting that boasts a 125 centimetre drop as well as a smaller 5 light flush style fitting and a dainty 3 light flush for smaller bathrooms, the new collection also includes a matching 2 light wall light for extra ambience. Each fitting takes LED or Halogen G9 40w bulbs and has an IP rating of 44 which means it can be safely used in zones 1 and 2 as shown in the bathroom lighting regulations which can be found at the bottom of this post.

Vara 9 Light Bathroom Chandelier

Vara 5 Light Bathroom Chandelier

Vara 3 Light Bathroom Chandelier

Vara 2 Light Bathroom Wall Light

To coincide with the launch of this new range we'll be looking at yesterday's featured home. Also showing you how to recreate the vintage glam' trend in your own bathroom.

Vintage Glam

The bathroom is Victoria's pride and joy, the vintage vibe goes back to the Victorian era in this room. "It's the first room we refurbished and it's the only room that we completely gutted and redesigned as I wanted it to be perfect, I've always wanted a roll top bath too as again it epitomises vintage and classic trends." Victoria explains.

Victoria chose a stunning Victorian style bathroom suite including a beautiful Victorian radiator. She chose to include hints of Royal blue and vintage green. Even including stunning blue coloured floor tiles for extra character. More inspiration can be found on our Instagram page.

To accessorise the room add vintage bottles or perfume dispensers together with classic shaped soap trays. Victoria's old green bottles were found at a car boot sale. She also found an old flat iron at a second hand shop. She used it as a quirky door stop.

Hang an assortment of picture frames together for a unique wall feature. Victoria found these simple yet attractive frames at a car boot sale. Further more she bought some vintage style renaissance printed paper. "I wanted to cover the whole wall but I was advised not to, so I decided to create this little feature instead." Victoria added a vintage framed mirror to complete the look.

Here's our own look book.

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