The well-lit bathroom with floor-to-ceiling windows and large floor plan is designed as a relaxation zone. The proximity between the property’s bathroom and bedroom shortens the path from sleep to shower in the morning and is perfect for a nice long bath before drifting off to sleep. There are also many visual parallels between the bedroom and bathroom, and the clear, linear shapes create a neat and tidy sense of harmony.
In the refuge with its unique design, wall tiles “grow” from the bathroom to the bedroom in subtle earth tones and connect the two areas on an aesthetic level. The crackling open fire in the tiled wall can be seen from both rooms. The brown, natural and blue shades in the furniture, surfaces, carpets and accessories is so skilfully subtle that you can barely tell where one room starts and the other finishes. And if you want more privacy, the sliding door can discreetly separate the two living areas.
Feeling good and finding comfort are all that matter in a bathroom. The simple bedroom furnishings are replicated in the rectangular bath tub and wash basins. The geometric bathroom taps are also bang on trend. Various taps from the hansgrohe Metropol range
have also been installed in this space. A large shelf and shower support sparkle over the tub. The taps for the double wash basins from the same range are mounted to the wall. A showerpipe with a large, square overhead shower promises to be an indulgent XXL experience, while there is plenty of space for shower toiletries on the design thermostat.