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New Trend in bathrooms from Duravit: Eyecatchers

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The coloured front

The Jade-colored front surface of the L-Cube vanity unit defines the overarching design concept in space. Green hues seem soothing and relaxing, as we associate with them with life, nature and health. 30 different L-cube surfaces provide an almost limitless freedom in colour selection. Wall-board, vanity unit or tail cabinet-the diversity of L-Cube helps create individual highlights. Delicate wall colours in beige, white and gray flatter the furniture and underscore their looks.

Eye-catcher bathtub

The boldly shaped Cape Cod bathtub doesn’t have to hide away, for it’s a strong statement of its own. Its monolith-like shape contrasts the rectilinear space concept. The matte look and feel of Durasolid A seems to calm and relax. A coloured wall and an otherwise simple colour scheme automatically draw attention to the solitaire design object.

A masterful basin

The double washbasin of the ME by Starck Series is a striking focal point in the bathroom. The filigree edge provides the washbasin with elegance and a light touch, although it measures 130cm and has a comfortably deep inner basin. Combine it with the L-cube vanity and have a washing area with plenty of comfort and storage space.

The combination

The new c-bonded method seamlessly bonds the washbasin with the furniture. The L-cube vanity unit and the patented special ceramics DuraCeram form an almost seamlessly connected unit. This completely new look makes the basin in the bathroom.

A mirror

The L-Cube mirror with its circumferential non-glare 480 LUX LED light frame stands out and perfectly sets the scene, whether built into or mounted against the wall. Many different widths offer great installation flexibility too.

Small items-big statements

Home accessories such as textiles, wall boards or lights transform a bathroom into an impressive living area. They add the wow factor to a room, when purposefully placed. Grey tiles, white ceramics and plain wall paint create the ideal stage for those little self-exposer and help them perform best.

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