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Mar

22

Truly Gorgeous Bathroom Designs

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

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Not any luxury bathroom is truly gorgeous. A lot of modern bathrooms, even luxury ones, place a heavy emphasis on the shower but you can’t really relax by taking a shower. You need to soak in a gorgeous bathtub for a while. It would be great if you also could catch a beautiful view from a window while you’re soaking in the tub. If this isn’t an option then the interior of the whole bathroom should be so cool that it would become this great view. Here are some truly gorgeous bathrooms we fell in love with.

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Mar

22

Bathroom luxury design ideas by Villeroy & Boch

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

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Your bathroom should be your haven – a blend of practicality and luxury that suits your needs to a tee. We specialise in products that will make your bathroom experience even more enjoyable, and stock internationally acclaimed brands including Villeroy & Boch. Our product ranges include a large variety of sanitary ware, shower cubicles, fittings, mixers, tiles, mirrors and more. Read more »

Mar

22

Master Bathrooms Gallery Modern Design Idea

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

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Some of the best designs have a dramatic twist, a hidden surprise that makes them worthy of note. Others are simply remarkably for their elegant simplicity, even if they are clean, perfect and idealized beyond the realm of real-life possibility – like the great (but expensive) ideas in these designer bathroom pictures.

With modular moving panels that let you shape space, these layouts from Karol of course require that you have enough space to actually divide your bathroom design into different areas. Also, some of these high-end luxury finishes may not make it into your next remodeling budget. Read more »

Mar

15

Spirited Set of Wall-Mounted Bathroom Elements

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

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A-Cero is perhaps best known for their architecture (and one-off oddities), but has a knack for statement-making interior designs and furnishings as well – this one-off venture into bathrooms, though, certainly befits their style.

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The so-called Spirit Collection created for L’Antic Colonial features a set of interlocking pieces that can be arranged like artwork on the wall – a curved glass mirror, white ceramic sink with an independent metal fixture above and organic stone-faced wooden vanity below. Read more »

Mar

15

Ideas To Use Storage Niches In A Bathroom

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

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Built-in niches is one of the best options to store shampoo, soap and other bath sundries in a bathroom. They usually fit the bathroom’s decor perfectly and even can be a part of walls decor. Of course such niches could also be used to display some art, vases, candles and some other stuff too. Besides using niches is a space saving storage solution. Read more »

Mar

15

The Most Cool And Wacky Bathrooms Ever

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

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In caseyou wonder how could really cool and wacky bathrooms looks like you came into the right place. We’ve gathered the best of them around the internet so you’ll see a bathroom atop of an elevator shaft, a bathroom of a ski fan, a bathroom with trees and many other. Of course you won’t be able to design your bathroom in a similar way but probably you’ll be able to implement some of these cool ideas. Enjoy!

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Mar

13

Gorgeous Green Bathroom

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

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Peaceful, relaxed and removed from everyday life, this washroom may as well be outdoors for all its greenery, visible through a transparent floor, and climbing up the walls on all sides.

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Presented by Azuma Makoto at the House Vision 2013 exhibition in Tokyo, Japan, the concept is absolutely minimal – a few white fixtures floating out from the walls and nothing else but glass and greenery.

The high-contrast photos complete the effect, making white doors, windows, floors and trim seem to to disappear, leaving only the shape created by the plant life in the room. Read more »

Mar

13

A Small Bathroom Decorating in Japanese Style

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

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Japanese interiors are always about harmony. This harmony can be achieved with right colors and themed patterns. In this case two basic colors were used. Ceramic tiles on the walls are beige while the floor and furniture are dark brown. White sanity ware and stainless steel water fixtures blend with surroundings very well.

There are many interesting solutions in this bathroom. For example a drywall structure hides all these ugly pipes and forms shelves for bathroom accessories. A stepped wall of glass blocks separates the space on different zones. Sakura flowers decorate the bathroom and make it romantic and beautiful.

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Mar

13

Outlined Bathroom Fixtures Mix Form & Function

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

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There is a raw beauty in the shape of certain household objects often masked in modern design – these objects, by contrast, show off both their outside lines and internal workings.

From Althea Ceramica: “Outline is an impassioned tribute to the style and the spirit of the 60’s. Forms never before seen, unusual, characterized by an “emptying” of volumes which gives life to a design, or better a concept, from which spring interesting aspects regarding living the bathroom environment and its protagonists.” Read more »

Mar

12

Large Luxury Bathtub or Small Interior Swimming Pool

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

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All too often, designers (and design) get(s) caught up in definitions – constrictive categories limit out-of-the-box ideas and free-thinking innovation. Often a new design idea lies at the intersection of old ones, such as this interior swimming pool design by Kostalia that does not clearly fit the definition of a swimming pool nor that of a soaking tub.

An asymmetrical form, underwater illumination, hidden rim drainage for a flat-to-the-floor modernist appearance and other features make this seem almost like an elegant pool one would find at a luxury spa. However, its residential context and small size make it as comfortable and cozy as a conventional bathtub. Read more »