With its Colour Selection study at the ISH
2019, Pop up my Bathroom proved it has its finger on the pulse. The VDS communication campaign was taken up by
the entire industry – and the essentials have now been published in the form of
a trend book.
The first requirement for successful colour design is to be precise with
any nuance. Colour plays a key role in ensuring that the interplay between
ceramics, wall paint, bathroom faucets and accessories is perceived as a
successful overall concept for the whole.
Many users have the desire for a modern and comfortable bathroom,
which is characterised by the current lifestyle. What this means for craft and commerce, thereover Jens J. Wischmann talks about
these questions with his guests.
The colourways are changing constantly. If still neutral tones were asked yesterday, today these are rather strong colours. In her presentation, Gesa Hansen gives an overview of the current color scheme in the bathroom and kitchen.
First indications reveal which colours will immerse our homes in a new light in the near future. With accents ranging from watermelon through flamingo and golden yellow through sand, the coming season promises warm, vibrantly coloured impressions.
The rugged beauty of black takes hold – even in the bathroom. The bathroom furniture specialist Burgbad presents options for bathrooms with a decidedly masculine touch – with a clear design language, uninterrupted surfaces and practical features.
If the sanitary ceramics and tiles harmonise optimally, then that's even better. This is exactly what ViPrint, the innovative, digital printing technology for ceramic shower trays from Vil-leroy & Boch, makes possible.
With Avorio and Cemento, Rehau has expanded its Rauvisio mineral portfolio and opened up whole new worlds of design possibilities for its customers – from the evenly textured elegance of antiqui-ty all the way to concrete, the material of the modern age
Eleven years after the introduction of MEM in 2003, Dornbracht wants to beam the iconic fitting series with a new glow. With 'Cyprum' the German Manufacturer has created a finish in pink gold made with 18-carat gold and copper. Furthermore Dornbracht has reviewed MEM’s formal aesthetic elements and added products to the series.