Bathroom styles

From the 70s retro bathroom to modern industrial style


Industrial style

Bare concrete walls and an aesthetic reduced to the essential with masculine charm – that is what industrial style looks like. The consistent implementation of clear lines and minimalist designs don't mean a lack of comfort; on the contrary, hidden behind the almost rough-looking façade are innovative technologies that attend to functional conveniences.

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Luxury and wellness

A generous room fitted with classy-looking elements in selected materials that harmonise perfectly with one another and fit together to create a small spa area – this is the definition of a modern luxury bathroom. A dash of extravagance combined with a fine feel for the exquisite is welcome. Top quality innovative developments and technological finesse provide pure rest and relaxation.

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Relaxation in harmony with nature

The soft light of the evening sun, the diverse colours of a blooming landscape, the stillness in the woods – nature is pure inspiration. The country house style captures this very special magic in a fascinating way with its unique light-heartedness. Natural materials like wood, rattan or stone combine here with flexible forms and soft nuances that convey a pleasant warmth and sense of security.

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Simplicity in harmony with nature

"Keep it simple" is the motto of Scandinavian style. With its forms reduced to the essential, and a flexible adaptability, it meets the exact requirements of a modern interior. At the same time, the Scandinavians see nature as a great example for interior furnishing. To defy the darkness effectively during the long winter months, light colours dominate in natural shades and lots of light.

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The 70s


Everyday solutions with the feel-good factor

In a family, things are often cheerful and turbulent. This is why a family bathroom has very special requirements. Intelligent bathroom planning is just as important as hard-wearing materials and functional details that stand up to the needs of the young and old. At the same time, the themes of safety and hygiene are paramount.

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