Don’t play it safe with an all-white palette…
How To Work Colours Into Your Bathroom
There’s no need to keep your bathroom clean and bright with an all-white colour scheme. Current trends call for soft pinks, warm colour accents and cosy, contemporary themes. The experts at have come up with a colour collection that will work in every home.
In recent times, the colour palette and general feel of the bathroom has changed; people are disregarding an over-bleached, clinical environment and embracing soft curves and warmer, mellow tones. The gentle colour schemes and ‘get cosy’ feel started with Hygge, now Scandi-style living is being embraced in even the smallest room in the house.
Award-winning bathroom manufacturers are on-trend with their , which they launched last year. This stylish range was created exclusively by leading Danish designer Cecilie Manz and the colour palette is the key to creating an evocative look.
Block colours are a thing of the past – it’s now mix, match and blend. Delicate Nordic Whites, Taupe, Stone, Light Blue or Midnight Blue are mixed with bright white, whilst washbasins with an outer white, grey or sand satin matt finish are perched atop coloured consoles. These delicate shades add a faded elegance and work especially well with oval or curved baths and elegant washbasins. For Duravit’s Luv collection, additional colour combinations are created by the materials used on the console surfaces, stone quartz or solid American Walnut wood harmoniously blending with the muted tones of the stand below.
This year Duravit have taken colour combining a stage further by introducing their Brioso bathroom furniture range. With 15 new colour combinations on offer including gloss and matt lacquers, colour match handles to drawers, feet to frames, or mix it up with chrome or wood options. This new collection of stylish cabinets, vanity units and mirror cabinets has been exclusively designed by Christian Werner to bring a sense of joie de vivre to the bathroom.
White is still the colour of choice for baths, but with the wide variety of coloured basins and shower trays available, brought into focus with glamorous accessories, mirrors, cabinets, consoles and vanity units, the bathroom is becoming an area to express your individuality.
Feeling inspired? Check out the full range at or see more bathroom interiors in our gallery.
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