When choosing a shower enclosure for a tiny bathroom or to complement an existing compact shower tray, you should preferably opt for a model that is functional and practical, bearing in mind both the internal shower space and the door opening space.
White walls and decorated tiles or coloured walls and neutral tiles? Neutral tiling and coloured fittings, or vice versa? Full, bright colours or delicate, pale ones? Choosing a bathroom colour scheme is a tricky question because it is directly correlated to the decor and choice of materials and finishes. This post gives some useful tips for selecting a bathroom colour scheme with no regrets!
Renovating or refurbishing a small bathroom can be a big challenge, but it can be done. Actually, there are numerous ways to make a room look bigger, and several design solutions for small bathroom décor.
This post will show us the best ideas for saving bathroom space and suggestions for improving our perception of space in small rooms.
The bathroom is the most intimate room in the house and having the place to oneself is essential for truly being free and able to relax. However, daily routines and family needs can prevent this: so let’s rethink the decor in a way that the room can be shared but also provide the right privacy (as much as possible) and storage space for everyone’s personal products.
Bathtubs are back as desirable objects: design and technology make this decor element essential to transform a bathroom into a realm of wellbeing. But how should we choose a bathtub that will create a personal spa in our home? This post will reveal the six most important parameters to keep in mind.
Aesthetics and design are not the only elements to assess in order to choose which model to buy: it is important to identify priorities by analysing your needs and the characteristics of your bathroom.
The need for a guest bathroom, however small, is widespread because it solves a day-to-day problem, which can now be met with the numerous collections of laundry room furniture and accessories.
The reduced dimensions of modern bathrooms (and of homes in general) lead to multi-function solutions and space-saving ideas that will make the most of the room available, perhaps by developing vertically or fitting built-in compartments.