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Modern Luxury Bathroom Design

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Modern Luxury Bathroom Design

Italian designers is well known top list designer. Especially if comes to creation of amazing things. They have been right ahead be it in design and quality. Luna, a collection of bathroom furniture, is one of collection of Duebi Italia. With its modern style, Luna can give you the luxurious style you need.



Unusual Bathroom Furniture For Chalking On It

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Custom Alberto Demel Introduced a Really unusual Bathing room Furnishings and Components Selection – you can to pin memos and Suggestions just Arrive to Thoughts on them. You can do that Many thanks to the sheets of foil-like board Exactly where you can Create with a Item of chalk. The Primary Colour is Organic bamboo, there’s a Metallic faucet and board for Crafting with chalk.

The panel on the wall frame is Produced of bamboo, Within which is Positioned a Circular mirror. If you Believe of some Chores for a Evening or just want to Depart from a Humorous Concept for the People of your Loved ones – it’s Perfect! bathroom furniture, bathroom furniture collection, contemporary bathroom furniture, elegant bathroom furniture, harmonic bathroom furniture, bathroom chalkboard, minimalist bathroom furniture, minimalst bathroom furniture, new Bathing room Furnishings.



Bathroom Washstands With Gold Finish

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Bathroom Washstands With Gold Finish - GB NUove Linee Bagno is one of those bathroom furniture manufacturers, which not only follow the latest fashion trends but also combine them with ancient traditions of Italian furniture. It always stands out for non standard techniques of materials treatment and original finishes. Recently its collection Artemide has been supplemented by a new model of washstand. It is a quite specific and won’t fit everybody, but if you like gold color it would be an ideal solution.

Gold covers all its elements. This washstand is made from French-polishing wood and is decorated by thin gold vertical lines. Luxury washbasin and useful bathroom accessories are located on black Marquina marble top. Selected colors: violet, black and gold look amazing and splendid together. This washstand is enriched by beautiful mirror in wooden carved frame. For those people, who wants more gold GB NUove Linee Bagno offers floor and ceiling lamps, which are also finished by gold foil. For more information visit please GB NUove Linee Bagno site. Bathroom Washstands With Gold Finish – Artemide By GB NUove Linee Bagno, bathroom furniturebathroom washstands, GB NUove Linee Bagno, Italian bathroom, marble washstandstylish bathroom design, violet bathroom furniture.



Bathrooms By Rockstar Designer – Philippe Starck

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Spotlight on: Philippe Starck

French designer Philippe Starck has produced some juicy designs in his time, including the iconic Juicy Salif lemon squeezer that has been displayed in New York’s Museum of Art, and was even produced in limited edition varieties of anthracite and gold plate, of which Starck says himself was “not meant to squeeze lemons” but “to start conversations.” The pioneering designer has a long list of successful furniture and lighting, and even pushes boundaries in vehicle conception and architecture. Starck takes his zest for design into just about every arena, including the bath.

Philippe Starck describes the slick Axor Starck Shower Collection:

The bathroom is a place of beauty and awareness, a place where we can find ourselves. It is an aesthetic retreat for personal well-being, wherein water can be experienced through all the senses. Over a decade ago, the first Starck bathroom started a revolution. A place of mere hygienic functionality was turned into a new  bathroom style personal retreat. The bathroom as a living space was born – full of warmth and personality. This transformation continues.

“It’s time to redefine the shower,“ says Philippe Starck. His new focus is on the shower as a central element of personal well-being in the bathroom. Again, design, functionality and space interact with each other in a stunning combination. The shower becomes a custom-made spa. The clarity and consistency of this expressive collection offer a bounty of design possibilities.



Elegant Bathroom Design With Clean Luxury Style

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Amazing contemporary bathroom, here is a elegant bathroom design with clean luxurious style. Elegant contemporary designs by Cerasa, this bathroom offers luxury atmosphere in a clean and minimalist bathroom decor. These bathrooms bring life to a cool, simple silhouettes with vibrant pop of color, rich lacquered finishes, interesting shapes, and of course the lighting, which can be compared with art. Beautifully contrast, cozy white themes of wall paint combined with eye – catching furniture like red bathroom sink or storage option with a purple finish, but it’s perfect for adding an interesting look for minimalist bathroom design.

Yup, minimalist style can be attractive, too.  :-) And since the furniture made with modular design, you can mix and match the  bathroom decor as necessary to suit your style and your space, large or small. So..let’s see the photos of elegant bathroom ideas below and visitCerasa for more interesting information.




Future Bathroom Design Ideas

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Future Bathroom Design

Every since I was a little boy I have been a fan of future design concepts, I am just as fascinated by designers future interpretations of every day utilitarian spaces as I am the glamor end of forward looking concept design.

Check out some of these future bathroom design ideas.

The Kohler Performance Shower

The Kohler’s DT VII performance shower has a digital menu which allows you to set up a personalised shower “experience”. Featuring six shower heads and two shower wands with design lets you experiment a lot. It also has a high quality mp3 player and you can control the light settings inside according to your mood.

Future Bathroom Concept by Jang Woo-seok

Few people would be brave enough to argue that water will not become more valued in the future. The designer of this future bathroom concept keeps this is mind while designing his concept bathroom which reuses the water drained from the sink for flushing the toilet.

Bathroom Designs of the Future

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Creative Bathroom Accessories For Minimalist Sinks

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

You do remember this awesome bathroom products collection designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Axor? If so than you probably wonder what accessories would go best with such minimalist and stylish furniture and sanity ware. Students of ECAL university of art and design in Switzerland has come up with several quite amazing ideas for Designer’s Saturday event.

Most of these accessories serve same purposes. Although each of them is a quite unique and creative solution.bathroom accessories, ceramic bathroom accessories, contemporary bathroom accessories, stylish bathroom accessories, white bathroom accessories



Vintage and Modern Bathrooms by Irina Schastlivaya

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Bathrooms are among the most important rooms in every house, no matter they are small or large, simple or luxurious, white or colorful and they are part of our universe. When we have our home, we want to do it according to out own personality, to our taste and this also refers to our bathroom. If some of us prefer simplicity, others want their bathrooms to look like some works of art. Irina Schastilivaya’s designs are definitely in the second category. Who could imagine that simply by using patterns on tiles, your bathroom turns into a real work of art?

These details are eye-catching and make the space inviting, adding another dimension to the concept of common bathroom. There is a permanent combination of modern and vintage that creates a warm and pleasant atmosphere. The modern furniture pieces in a strong color and the strong patterns and decors on the tiles and the glass doors are the just an example.

Sometimes you can have a feeling of finding yourself in another period, in a residence, which belongs to a king or a queen, and not in a normal bathroom. At the same time, beyond the luxury, everything breathes modernity and elegance. Did you choose the bathroom that you like best?



3 Things About Small Bathroom Remodeling

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

  • Q: What Defines a Small Bathroom?
    A: A small bathroom is defined as being 50 square feet or smaller. This would be roughly 5 feet by 10 feet; 6 feet by 8 feet; or thereabouts. A small bathroom can either be a powder room, half-bath, or guest bathroom (all terms for the same thing, meaning that it lacks bathing facilities) or a full-bath which has either a shower or bathtub or both.
  • Q: How Does a Small Bath Remodel Differ from Larger Bath Remodels?
    A: Cost. Keep in mind that we do need to compare “apples to apples,” and so the cost of remodelinga powder room cannot rightly be compared to the cost of remodeling a large full bath. However, even small and large full bath will differ greatly in price mainly due to the fact that fewer materials are being used. This is especially important because bathroom materials (as well as professional remodeling services) tend to be unusually high.
  • Q: Can I Remodel a Small Bathroom by Myself?
    A: Yes. If you are so inclined, a small bathroom is a great place for the intermediate-level DIY remodeler to cut his or her remodeling “teeth.” But don’t feel ashamed if you do call in professionals. Because of the services involved (plumbing and electrical, mainly), it’s certainly understandable if you do call in professional remodelers you can visit them at

  • Steps to Small Bathroom Remodeling

    1. Define Your Small Bath Needs and Desires
      First, decide whether this will be a powder room or a full bath. Powder rooms have little more than a toilet, sink, and minor electrical workto contend with. But when you bring in the increased plumbing requirements of a bathtub or shower, you also bring in requirements for other things such as moisture protection (do you have the appropriate type of flooring?), ventilation, sizing requirements, additional bathroom cabinetry, and so on. After that, it helps to define who will be using the bathroom. If this is a full bath that will act as a master bathroom, you may need to go “all out” in terms of cabinetry and higher-end materials. After all, you will have to look at this bathroom at least twice a day for many years. But if this bathroom is for overnight guests, you can probably skimp on the quality of materials. You will most definitely not need increased storage space for guests, either.
    2. Plan Your Small Bathroom
      One misconception we often hear about small bathrooms: “Well, if they’re so small, I can probably map the whole thing out in my head, right?” Wrong. Small bathrooms do need extensive planning. One reason is because stock bathroom cabinets come in pre-determined sizes. You’ll probably need to work around stock cabinet sizes (or order custom cabinets). Obtain home design software that will allow you to plan your bathroom in detail.
    3. Decide Whether to Hire a Pro or DIY
      A small bathroom renovation, performed by a remodeling contractor and using contractor-quality materials, might cost you as little as $15,000. Doing the same remodel DIY might cost the cost by 50%. One option is to do as much as possible by yourself: demolition; basic drywall installation; flooring; and painting. Then, leave the rest to the pros. You’ll need to talk with the bath remodeling contractor to coordinate with him.
    4. Strip Down to the Basics
      Strip down? We mean the bathroom, not you! The degree of bathroom demolition you do depends on the scale of your project, of course; but you can expect to strip down a small bathroom in three days, probably even less. Make sure you have other bathroom facilities available, because this one will be completely disabled. Rent a roll-off dumpster for your driveway or have a hauling company take it all away. If your bathroom pre-dates 1978, be careful for lead-based paint dangers.
    5. Install Plumbing and Electrical
      Electrical and plumbing go in first (remember, the walls are open). Rough-in the plumbing for toilet, shower, and bathtub. Have the electrician bring in the wiring, too. You will need to have two inspections done: first, at the rough-in stage; second, after the walls have been closed up.
    6. Install Flooring, Cabinets, Etc.
      If you are partially DIY’ing this job, you might decide to step in at this point and take over. With plumbing and electrical fully installed, you can lay down flooring, hang cabinets, paint the walls, and install towel bars, mirrors, and that finishing touch—the toilet roll holder!



2011 Cosmopolitan Bathroom Design

By KBC Kitchen & Bathroom

Duravit give us an option design inspiration to create luxury bathroom design from this product new 2011 cosmopolitan bathroom which can make your bathroom have deluxe and comfortable furniture feel. Called Esplanade is an innovative bathroom idea fixtures made in cooperation with Russian-German architect Sergei Tchoban. It’s quite modern and perfect for your lifestyle. The minimalist, tailored silhouettes provide this unique bathtub, clean toilet, bidet, and cabinet also vanity furniture a neutral sense but not masculine nor feminine design, though the contrast between white ceramic color schemes and dark wood is sharp through a high-quality dose of drama. Created for the modern, cosmopolitan buyer, this new bathroom collection delivers the most excellent of both worlds. Contemporary opulence is about allowing which small bit more yet keeping one’s feet firmly on the ground. More information, visit Duravit website.