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.
The bathroom certainly has its fair share of quiet and invisible heroes: water disappears into the wall, the heavy sheets of glass surrounding the level access shower seem to be magically suspended in space and fittings look like power outlets.
The transformation of the bathroom from a purely functional area to one's own private spa continues apace. The trend for a cosy ambiance in the bathroom also drives new materials to be developed for its interior construction.
Germany is undoubtedly the trailblazer when it comes to the digitisation of the bathroom. The influence of the little technology revolution taking place in the bathroom is apparent in many of the new products from the fittings sector on show.
In the bathroom, we’d rather have things clean. However, even if precautions in a private bathroom are different than in the public sphere, we can benefit from the advantages and achievements of modern sanitary technology at home too.
With all the ones and zeros that organise every aspect of our lives, there is a growing fascination with anything analog. It is no coincidence that, in the digital age, our fascination with mechanical clocks and watches is growing.
After a very long white phase, black is adding new accents to the colour scheme in the bathrooms. Regardless of whether it’s used with glossy or matt finishes, black is smart, neutral and looks great with other colours.