Architecture | Colours

The latest colour trends in the bathroom.

Badezimmer im Pariser Hotel Ami

Bathroom styling from Gesa Hansen in an Parisian hotel


For the bathrooms of the Paris Hotel Ami, designer Gesa Hansen combined a special colour concept with products from Villeroy & Boch.


The 10 interior design trends for the bathroom


Pop up my Bathroom shows which interior trends are influencing bathroom design.


Dornbracht Tata

Dornbracht icons with custom finishes


Along with the design shape, finishes are the fourth dimen­sion of prod­uct design at dornbracht.


Colourful design of a childcare facility with Bette


Blue shower trays by Bette were repurposed as bespoke washbasins.


Interview with designer Gesa Hansen: “I’ve never got sick of trees being green."


Gesa Hansen and color, it just fits. In an interview with her, we talked about how colors in the bathroom look and what that means for bathroom planning.


Duravit Happy D.2 Plus

More design option due to matt surfaces


The trend towards matt surfaces is expanding the range of products offered by the manufacturers and it offers bathroom planners additional possibilities in the design of the bathroom.


Color Selection von Pop up my Bathroom auf der ISH 2019

The Colour Selection trend book: a compendium of the latest colour trends in the bathroom


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.


Keuco Plan

The premier league of interior design: Colour harmonies create atmosphere


Colour harmonies are possible in all colour ranges. What’s important when it comes to designing a bathroom is that one colour sets the tone while three to four others are used to underpin the harmonious impression.


Michael Schmidt about color, surface and material as fourth dimension in design and architecture


Colour and finish have always been the fourth dimension of product design, architecture and interior design. Without this dimension, the story hasn‘t been told to the end.