Handmade products are currently absolutely on trend. Nothing
new for Dornbracht, because the products from the Iserlohn’s sanitary manuracturer
would never have been possible without manual work and expertise.
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.
When it comes to new bathroom furniture, the free-standing bathtub is right at the top of the wish list. There is hardly another bathroom product with such a lasting effect on the room. The trend towards the free-standing tub is now also catching on in renovations.
Since 2006 Christoph Behling has been designing bathroom products for the sanitary specialist, Geberit. In the interview, the London-based designer talks about sustainability, economic principles and the new shower toilet of Geberit.
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.
How bathtubs have been slimmed down, why everything in the bathroom is hidden away and how to bring the freshness and freedom of a “Freibad” into the home: these are just some of the curiosities, innovations and developments that Pop up my Bathroom has brought together in the 10 trends.
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.
Since 2002, employees of Axor Manufaktur have been individualizing taps, shower heads and accessories for private customers and global projects. The possibilities range from special finishes to engravings and length adaptations.