Perfectly straight edges and crisp lines are paired with precision engineering to produce the sharpest bathroom fittings on the market.
For minimalists that like to keep their white interiors pure and simple, matching white fixtures are an essential detail. Here we highlight three of our favorites.
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.
Sleek, minimal and highly practical, these pared-back pull-down kitchen faucets fit seamlessly into the kitchen space.
The designers of these ceiling and wall-mounted showers took inspiration from the realm of lighting design to shed new light on the archetypal shower head.
The organic forms and vibrant colors of flowers and plants provide an endless source of inspiration for bathroom design.
Launched during last month’s London Design Festival, the new look Boffi showroom in Chelsea has introduced furniture by Living Divani. The introduction highlights the changing function of the bathroom and kitchen, now seen as rooms to spend more time in with open plan layouts and furnishings inspired by living areas.
Drawing inspiration from a diverse array of sources – from Japanese gardens to damaged industrial pipework – these simple but sensual bathroom fittings take the bathing experience back to basics.
Furniture and products for outdoor dining, lounging, cooking and bathing are becoming indistinguishable from their interior counterparts. Modern outdoor spaces are regarded as an extension of the home and can be furnished with all of the creature comforts you would expect to find indoors.
Eschew everyday chrome and add unexpected accents of color to the kitchen with colorful faucets and sinks.