I browsed for hours on Pinterest yesterday and I found this beautiful bathroom that I don’t really know who is the designer but whoever did it he or she made a great job. The geometrical white sink and the black faucet – gorgeous, together with the floor tiles- fabulous.
Proven technology, contemporary design
The Geberit Monolith sanitary module has been recognized with several international awards and is already a hit with designers and homeowners. All the working parts, including tank and fill and flush valves, are hidden inside a sleek metal-and-glass housing, available in wall-hung or floor-standing models.
Designed for ease of installation
Monolith upgrades the look of any bathroom, with minimal effort. The floor-mounted model is designed to replace a standard tank and toilet, attaching to existing supply and waste connections without structural modifications. Installation can be performed by a plumber alone without raising much construction dust or noise. The toilet can be ready to use in just a few hours.
Minimalism and Japanese elegance inspire furoshiki, the refined technique of wrapping objects in silk cloths and fabrics to conceal, protect and at the same time enhance the contents of the package. Designer Samuel Codegoni followed the same principle for Pareo. He transformed a sheet of stainless steel, used for wire cloth, into a telescopic hood. Using Faber’s up&down technology, the product gently moves close to the burners. The cylinders which make up the appliance are operated by simple remote control. They slide into each other, closing or opening the telescope, like a cloth folded and refolded on each occasion to create the most appropriate garment – or silk-wrapped package.
Conceived by Angeletti Ruzza Design, VIIVA is a wall lamp which also functions as a shelf and has been specifically designed for installation on mirrors of various sizes. Its goal is to provide a linear product that suits any environment and ensures optimal color rendering by using two LED sources, for both direct and indirect lighting. Available in two sizes, it can be installed either symmetrically or off-centre.
Choosing a bathroom suite for your Art Deco themed design can be accomplished rather simply by adhering to these four basic foundations. By starting from a rather basic backdrop, your bathroom can become a vision of modernity and elegance, exuding a distinctive Deco appeal.
What interior design makes a great bathroom is always going to be subjective, but there particular styles will always have basic facets of design that make the stand out and discernible.
Modern interior design is no different and, no matter what your tastes are in terms of patterns, colour and fittings, there are some basic rules to follow for creating a contemporary bathroom – follow this checklist below and use your own interior design instinct for a perfectly modern bathroom.