All the elegance and romanticism of soft bathroom colours
A white bathroom is always a popular choice that is unlikely to go out of fashion, but have you ever thought about having other trendy colours? Soft bathroom colours stand out for their sophistication and versatility, furnishing an elegant, cosy and functional space: the perfect place to relax and clear your head! Here are a few neutral shades for your bathroom furniture.
If you dream of a stylish and bright ambience, beige is the colour for you: it brings extra light to the room, making it look even bigger. Another advantage of beige is that, besides being easy to combine with different colours, it also fits into many furnishing styles, thus being suitable for both classic and modern bathrooms.
What do you think of this matt lacquered Baltimora composition? Here beige is enhanced by taps and accessories from the Dèco series with a Gold finish, for a colour combination of extraordinary charm and prestige. Apart from its beauty, this bathroom offers all the necessary conveniences, like the pull-out base unit with capital, the leitmotif of the design, perfect for housing your toiletries.
Elegance, finesse, sophistication: use dove grey on the walls, floors or furniture to transform the bathroom into an all-female oasis of relaxation. How?
Inspired by the Magnifica model, which offers a wall-mounted washbasin cabinet with glossy lacquered curved doors, with a gold under top and under base unit profile. Completing the corner dedicated to pampering are the accessories, taps and jewel handles, stylish details that further enrich the composition.
Long associated with warmth and tranquillity, fundamental elements for the bathroom, pink features a range of shades for all tastes and furnishing styles. If you love soft colours, powder pink is perfect for creating a chic bathroom with a nostalgic appeal.
Just like the matt lacquered Tratto model, which boasts base units, handle grips and open-fronted elements in this colour, reminiscent of the typical atmosphere of the 1930s, but without relinquishing that touch of modernity, which is created by the clean-cut silhouettes of the design and details, such as the Levity glass support.
If the idea of a tone on tone bathroom doesn’t convince you, but you want to stick with neutral colours, you can always play around with combinations, mixing two or more soft colours together. Minimal and contemporary, the Aquo bathroom, for example, includes a Titanium Grey matt lacquered washbasin base unit and Linen matt lacquered open-fronted compartments just waiting to accommodate all your everyday objects.