Hygiene is key in the family bathroom, so opt for Bette steel enamel baths made in Germany that are easy to clean thanks to the BETTEGlaze finish that is extremely hygienic and bacteria are unable to adhere to the glass-like enamel surface.
Bold horizontal lines in shades of blue contrast with the marble in the shower area, emphasizing the Victorian and Modernism styles, yet marrying them to form an elegant atmosphere. While an ornate mirror frame speaks the language of the Victorian style and imitates the shape of the cornices to form a vertical connection from the ceiling down.
The symbiosis between the Victorian and Modernism style is further unified with a cool and ocean-like atmosphere. The blue wall creates a soothing and relaxing feel of water and freshness, helping to create your personal sanctuary and retreat.
The versatility of marble allows for boldness with the selection of finishes. One option is to choose various fittings in Brushed Bronze or even Matt Black.
Lead Architect Fabio Rodrigues suggest starting off with a compact floor plan, this welcomes a more versatile style of design. If you want to save space, it is also a good idea to combine the changing area with the showering area to form one entity.
The shower offers a major impact on the design with its natural marble and frameless glass shower panels, setting the scene for modern bathroom design.
For the homeowner who enjoys a Victorian Bathroom but wants to take it out of its more traditional roots and bring it into this era, Bathroom Butler commissioned Architect Fabio Rodrigues from LYT Architecture to create a design that combines the Victorian and Modernism styles with elements of simplicity in one compact setting.