Bathrooms situated right under the roof usually require greater planning. But it is possible to design your dream bathroom up in the attic. The trick is to include the roof pitch as a stylistic element when planning and to compensate for a possible lack of space by using space-saving equipment with practical storage options and sophisticated sanitary technology.
When planning a bathroom under the roof, ask yourself the following questions in advance:
The single-family house in the photos, built in 1953, is perfect for a young family. For a few years, the attic with its separate toilet, measuring 1.5 square metres, served as the ideal playroom for the children. Now it is to benefit the whole family. The WC with exposed cisternis very practical and particularly space-saving. The WC's hygienic spray functionality provides an extra boost of well-being.
Choice of colours: Light colours such as white or various shades of grey were used in this colour scheme. As a general rule, dark colours tend to have an oppressive effect, making small or low-ceilinged bathrooms feel even more cramped.
Choice of tiles: Larger tiles are more effective in small bathrooms because they require fewer joints. This helps to make floors and walls appear both tidier and larger. If you prefer a bathroom with no joints at all, you can opt for modern decorative panels or water-repellent concrete paint.
Creating clear structures: Easy-care surfaces in a sleek design are elegant and provide a sense of calm and openness in the room. And ensuring that there is enough storage spacenot only makes it easier to maintain a tidy bathroom, but also increases the feeling of well-being.
Light creates an impression of size: Daylight is always an advantage. Functional light sources and decorative lighting accents can work wonders in addition to the natural light in your bathroom, or if your bathroom has no windows. The right kind of light helps to make a room seem larger than it is, so it pays to take the time to create your own unique lighting concept.
The right equipment and sanitary technology: The biggest challenges presented by bathrooms with a roof pitch are selecting and placing the ceramic appliances and furniture. The best idea is to ask a sanitary professional for advice, as they know all about space-saving and intelligent systems for your bathroom.
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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