Interior design styles are as different as individual characters. Not everyone would feel comfortable surrounded by bright colours or opulent furniture. Those who think that imaginative furnishing stops at the bathroom door will be surprised to realise that there is an enormous diversity in the ways bathrooms can be designed.
Fans of bright colours can, of course, have them in the bathroom as well. Our Darling New range has plenty of cheerful and colourful bathroom furniture. Individual fronts in bright green or soft blue put you in a good mood from the word go. Matching accessories, towels and mats add a colourful touch and give the modern bathroom a distinctive character.
The maritime style features blue, white and sand as the dominant colours. These go well with wood furniture and cotton or linen fabrics, with accessories such as ropes and nets. A stroll along the shore offers other decorative materials: shells, sand, stones and driftwood ideally recreate memories of the sea. With a fresh and soothing design the bathroom becomes a quiet oasis in which our Happy D.2 bathtub will feel completely at home. Do you taste the salt and feel the sand between your toes?
Fashions become more opulent in the era of colonial masters and world travellers: dark wood and natural materials are typical features. The accessories recall souvenirs from long journeys in the eighteenth century. The Esplanade range offers this globetrotting touch with its distinctive bathtub in the form of a chaise longue – a mixture of tradition and modernity!
A bit of country air perhaps? In today’s stressful world, many people seek the quiet and laid-back country life – among apple orchards, copses and meadows. With a few natural materials like wood, rattan, stone, porcelain, leather or linen, the country house style can be recreated in the bathroom. Wood furniture and a few fresh twigs combine ideally with the 1930 range for a breath of fresh air.
The PuraVida bathroom is elegant, hedonistic and glamorous. This exceptional bathroom range leaves behind the remoteness of classical minimalism and defines a new feminine version. In combination with light-coloured furniture the soft forms make the bathroom appear more airy and buoyant.
The archaic style takes you on a journey back in time to the beginnings of the bathroom. The original forms of the Starck range recall their predecessors, the exposed neck rests referencing the geometry of old-fashioned washboards. A cleanly cut tree trunk as a storage shelf makes for a charming finishing touch.