Discover how luxury bathroom brand Duravit is meeting the challenges of the post-pandemic era with touchless technology and designs for increased hygiene in the bathroom.
Duravit Happy D.2 Plus c-shaped is an evolution of the patented c-bonded technology that enables the practically seamless connection of rounded ceramics with matching bathroom furniture.
At the end of last year, I was invited up to London to visit The Showroom, a premium bathroom showroom that specifies and designs bathrooms for consumer and commercial projects using Duravit products.
Riluxa’s new coloured Corian bathroom collection is designed and manufactured in the latest range of Corian® colours from Citrus orange to Cocoa Prima.
In this interview with Danish designer Cecilie Manz, we get an insight into her design process, where she takes her inspiration, how her family’s business has influenced her work and how all of this has played a role in the creation of the Luv Collection for Duravit.
Accessible bathroom design is becoming more of a priority due to our ageing population and the number of people with mobility issues.
Woodio is an award-winning Finnish design brand that has created a range of 100% waterproof wood composite sanitaryware.
For the first time this year, luxury bathroom brand Duravit opened the doors to its new flagship London store in Clerkenwell.
I am extremely excited to announce my collaboration with luxury bathroom brand Duravit in my capacity as Brand Amassador.
When you move into rented accommodation, it’s often the case that your bathroom or kitchen may not be to your liking. Most landlord’s don’t want to splash out on the latest, state-of-the-art kitchen or bathroom if they will not personally be living in the property. If you’re lucky you’ll get a relatively new kitchen or
I don’t know about you guys but I’ve been noticing some really fantastic developments in bathroom trends. The amazingly talented Karen Knox of Making Spaces wrote a brilliant post at the end of 2017 about the possible alternatives to chrome brassware in the bathroom . In this post she explained that matt black and brass were
As you all probably know by now, we recently completed our small bathroom renovation and I have never been happier. However, as I mentioned in my initial post, I was a little torn when it came to choosing a colour scheme for the accessories. At first, I opted for blue as it is my all
So after all this time, I am finally able to reveal my new bathroom…HURRAH!! We’ve been using it for a few weeks now and it has changed our lives. It’s amazing what a difference it can make to how you feel about your home. This is the only room in our flat for which we
So I thought it was about time that I posted an update on my small bathroom makeover for you guys. It’s come on really great and I’m so excited to show you our progress. (Apologies for the poor quality photos and the mess). It’s not quite finished yet so you’ll have to wait a little while
Form and Function Hex Black Matt Tiles by British Ceramic Tile. (We intend to use the matt white version in our bathroom makeover) I hope you all had a lovely long Easter weekend. I know many people take this opportunity to get stuck in with the DIY and home improvement jobs so if that was
I’ve been thinking about renovating my own bathroom since we moved in two years ago. I frequently see wonderful furniture and sanitaryware that makes my lust list but my teeny weeny bathroom simply can’t accommodate. But I have to say I think the new Superfront bathroom furniture is so far my all time favourite. For
One of the most pressing renovation projects for our home is definitely our bathroom. It’s tiny so there isn’t much scope for change sadly but we’re hoping to get new tiles, a new shower and new taps at least. I have spent months and months dreaming of new bathrooms but we can’t quite afford to
I’ve been giving a lot of thought to bathrooms lately, probably because I despise my own so much. It’s tiny, with very little scope for change and there is absolutely no storage. I often find myself daydreaming about the kind of bathroom I would love to have at home if only I had the space
Contemporary bathroom designed by Ripples As I have mentioned here many times before, I am a relatively new home owner having taken our first step onto the property ladder in October 2013. As first-time buyers, we obviously had to start off rather modestly and our little flat is far from the dream home that we
I dream of the day when I can afford to redo my bathroom and my kitchen. The guy who owned our flat before us clearly believed that he was qualified to renovate the place…oh how wrong he was. I’ve never seen such poor quality workmanship and being the design addict that I am makes this
As many of you will already know I have been a big fan of IKEA since my student days when the Swedish giant provided the only affordable way to kit out my home with style. Since my student days I have continued to enjoy the offerings of Ikea and marvel at the clever and extremely
You may remember my post back in October when I introduced the new Axor Starck Organic range following my trip to Berlin to attend the World premier event? Well if not you might want to have a read as it contains Philippe Starck‘s account of the design process and his inspiration for the new collection.
Still blogging about BlogTourCGN? I hear you ask. I’m afraid so. You see the problem with a BlogTour, as I’m sure all the other alumni will tell you, is that you cram so much into just a few short days that you end up coming back with more content than you know what to do
A few weeks ago I received an invite from the very kind folks at Axor, the luxury arm of the German bathroom company Hansgrohe, asking me if I would like to attend the world premier of their new bathroom collection. Now as many of you know, I have had a particular interest in bathrooms and