ere we have a minimal and almost “empty” bathroom that goes for stripped-down fixtures and replaces classic furniture with wooden drawers that seem to be have been stacked up on top of one another by chance. Light envelops this bathroom that gets divided into two. On the one side there is the square washbasin placed on a simple wooden and iron console, on the other there is an oval and tinted bathtub ready to embrace us. Elsewhere, a few details warm up the industrial atmosphere with a mix of vintage and rustic style: from the exposed pipes to the window bars decorating the windows, and the exposed lightbulbs that frame the retro mirror with its golden frame. The end result is both familiar and refined. It offers us an intimate space where simplicity and freedom go on to create a new conception of wellness.
Square and with a console unit as its base, this washbasin becomes the discrete and minimal star of the room.
The exposed pipes that descend along the wall, the wooden drawers in place of a piece of furniture, the wrought-iron barred windows: a few rustic touches create perfect and welcoming industrial style.
Minimal and almost monastic, this bathroom becomes warmer and more welcoming thanks to the porcelain stoneware flooring that imitates pickled-finished and slightly worn-out wood.