Bathroom and colours: Panel discussion about opportunities and challenges in bathroom planning


Trend experts are postulating the end of colour abstinence in the bathroom. With the advent of on-trend finishes in metallic colour variants, it’s becoming increasingly clear that the lifestyle cultivated in the rest of the interior is conquering the bathroom along with the desire for more cosiness.

Black-and-white has no sooner established itself as a trend than colour accents are starting to reappear. Here, the mix-and-match approach that is giving rise to brightly painted vintage pieces in the living room or accent-colour shelves in the kitchen often has lasting consequences: tiles, furniture and even bathtubs are now available in all sorts of colours – sometimes subtly tone on tone, sometimes in perky red, sometimes even in a vivid combination of different shades. The choice of colours is as individual as the people who furnish their bathrooms. What opportunities are there for bathroom planners and what challenges they have to face? Jens J. Wischmann talks about these questions with his guests.

Panel discussion: The Bathroom shows its colours - opportunities and challenges in bathroom planning

Host: Jens J. Wischmann, VDS

Guests: Gesa Hansen, Frank A. Reinhardt (, Martin Bergmann (EOOS)

Date: Tuesday, 12. March 2019, 4:00 pm

Location: Saal Europa, Hall 4.0, ISH Frankfurt/Main

The talk will be translated into English simultanously.

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