After the wild colours that were popular during the 70s and 80s, white returned for a long time as the dominant colour in the bathroom. White stands for purity and has long been the classic colour in many bathrooms where it is used for tiles, walls and ceramic appliances. But the days of pristine white bathrooms are quickly becoming a thing of the past. Now customers are looking for more homely atmospheres, created, among other things, by using different colour shades.
House or apartment owners place great store in a combination of durable equipment and aesthetics, because most bathrooms will be used for periods lasting 20 to 30 years and renovated only once or perhaps not at all during this time. This also explains why white tones are not completely out of fashion. Most bathroom ceramic appliances are still manufactured in white, with the idea being that they are very easy to combine in terms of colour and people don’t tire of them quickly.
Nowadays, bathroom walls are often painted in colours such as beige, light grey or powder. Neutral colours bring out a modern and timelessly elegant touch. Moreover, white washbasins and WCs look particularly sophisticated when combined with these colours.
We recommend using classic shapes and colours when it comes to sanitary installation elements and bathroom ceramics and soft, warm colours when designing the walls. And remember: Less is more. Do not attempt to mix too many different tones. It not only looks unattractive, it also creates an overwhelming and untidy appearance.
However, you can afford to add splashes of colours with your decorations and accessories which are easy and inexpensive to replace.
But, what exactly are your needs? Is space, cleanliness or the design important to you? Would you like user-friendly products or would you prefer that extra degree of comfort that the Geberit AquaClean shower toilet, for example, has to offer? Or would you prefer a universal design? No matter what your needs are, we simplify your daily routine with our clever bathroom solutions.
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