German-manufacturer and Dornbracht Group member, Alape, brings its clean shapes and purist designs to the US with its newest products: 2step and Stream.
Bathroom brand Villeroy & Boch predict that in 2015, design directions will move away from traditional bathrooms in favor of a more modern aesthetic with form and function coming together to create stunning spa-like escapes. With this in mind, we highlight three irresistibly indulgent bathroom designs for the coming year.
These digital controls take the guess work out of showering, allowing users to precisely set their preferred water temperature, flow rate and timings.
Highlighted last year as an emerging material trend, warm copper finishes continue to grow in popularity across all categories but nowhere more so than within the bathroom space.
These extendable and rotatable faucet designs promote flexibility and adaptability for ease of use in the kitchen.
Incorporating light, sound and scent technologies, the daily shower can now be a completely immersive experience. Digitally controlled chromotherapy lighting, scent diffusers and mp3 players make these showers a place to escape, relax and recharge.
Designed for those who want to tailor their bathroom interior to suit their needs, IMO is a series of uniquely versatile faucets from Dornbracht that fit into almost every living environment.
With polished chrome and silver having reigned supreme in the bathroom for the past decade, we’ve been watching with interest as rich colors such as gold, bronze and copper have made a comeback. The latest warm-hued metal to join the ranks is rose gold, with the arrival of Dornbracht‘s 2003 MEM faucet by Sieger Design in a new pink-toned metal finish.
Launched earlier this year at ISH 2013, Smart Water is a digital system from Dornbracht that networks bathroom and kitchen components with one another.
A great alternative to conventional stainless steel, copper is making a come back in the kitchen and bathroom interior. Typically associated with the durable copper kettles and cookware of the 1900s, copper is now being used to create contemporary faucets, showers, basins and tubs. As well as being beautiful to look at, copper fittings do not corrode or […]