Speaking and bathtubs and washbasins and how they influence each other’s design we came across a design which literally puts the two together into a hybrid. This is a bathtub with a washbasin integrated right into its structure. It’s designed by desnahemisfera and it’s really interesting and very intriguing from a variety of perspectives.
The rapid pace of technology and evolving styles continue to change the look of bathrooms. Trends may come and go but they are all leaving their mark on the level of style and functionality that we expect from a bathroom compared to the days when the newest fixtures were all we needed.
Both the Livia washbasin and the UV/ Lavabo from eto ceramiche express beauty is a very simplified and pure way. Their designs are minimalist but not without substance. It’s the type of minimalism that fits perfectly in a modern or a contemporary bathroom.
Last but not least a bathtub dressed in fabric. At first you can’t really tell that the tub is coated in fabric simply because it’s so unusual and so unexpected. However once you’ve found out this fact you can’t unsee it. With this design BetteLux Oval Couture tuns the bathtub into an exquisite accessory a statement object worthy of becoming a focal point.
Although it probably sounds a little intimidating most people can switch out a light fixture safely and successfully if they’re careful and follow the instructions. And what a difference fresh lighting makes especially in the bathroom!
The Natural Bathtub is able to fit wonderfully in both indoor and outdoor bathrooms. Once again each tub is carved from a single block of either granite or marble. The granite tubs have chiseled exteriors which makes them better suited for exterior areas while the marble ones are polished and thus easier to integrate in indoor areas.