Products | Bathtubs

The bathtub as an integral part of the bathroom architecture.

BetteBicolour: A seam that isn’t there

05/13

For friends of freestanding seamless monolithic baths made in steel-enamel, the company Bette from Delbrück in East Westphalia, Germany, has a special optical solution: some of the series are also available in the Bicolour version, that is, in two colours. The colour changes right at the transition point between bath rim and bath body, which gives even circular baths a straight lined character trait. 

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Duravit: Happy D.2 introduces elegance into the bathroom

02/13

Reduced, architectural design is becoming increasingly popular in the bathroom. And this is not surprising, since it is both timeless and modern. However, with the Happy D.2 complete bathroom series by Sieger Design, Duravit is about to show that this and soft lines are not mutually exclusive.  

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Whirl and enjoy: wellness in wind and weather

12/12

When it's wet and cold outside, cosiness in our own four walls ranks high in the popularity stakes. Then a whirlpool bath is particularly agreeable. With its wide choice of whirlpool systems and bathtubs, Kaldewei enables customers to create their very own feel-good programme. 

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Duravit Green: Sustainable product ideas for the bathroom

09/12

In recent years, there has been a great change in the way in which people in industrial countries use water and energy. Duravit responds to this with innovative technology.  

Even the Duravit company history lays a focus on the responsible use of resources. This has become an essential part of every new development. It continues to give rise to new product ideas that are about to contribute to a responsible future. 

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A relaxed start to the autumn with Bassino and the Relax Lounger from Kaldewei

09/12

The days are gradually getting shorter and the Indian summer is just around the corner. Whereas summer is a time for active leisure pursuits, autumn is a good opportunity to withdraw to the cosy atmosphere of one’s own four walls again. Relaxation and regeneration are the order of the day. Wellness enthusiasts, for instance, are often big fans of floating, an activity familiar from hotels and thermal spas. Anyone who wants to let his worries float away at home can now enjoy this particularly relaxing experience in his own bathroom: the Bassino bathtub from Kaldewei is so big that you can actually float in the water.  

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