A homely feel means an individual design and a variety of materials – and that applies to the bathroom too: wood-effect tiles, an appealing colour scheme, natural materials and wood furniture in a quality that’s as resilient to water as possible, as well as space for decorative elements and plants – all this is becoming standard in modern bathroom design. At the same time, the styling is based not so much on maritime or exotic worlds as on categories like traditional classic or modernist, minimalist or Scandi, modern country or mid-century style. It’s less the specific style that plays the decisive role and more the consistency of the interior design.
Besides functional requirements like storage space, ease of care and organiser systems, modern bathroom furniture should transform the bathroom into a lifestyle space as well. At the same time, the furnishings are the defining element of the bathroom design and determine the overall style. Thanks to technical innovations and their collaboration with designers, bathroom furniture manufacturers who want to provide stylistic orientation and whose product range covers a broad spectrum of furnishing styles are able to guarantee a consistently high design quality and thus set design trends for the industry – as in the case of burgbad when it comes to 3D-contoured surfaces.
With this technology, we were the first manufacturer of thermoformed fronts to open up totally new creative possibilities that are currently bringing a very elegant and original design language to the bathroom with a furnishing trend inspired by the mid-century style. Collections like Badu or Lavo 2.0 shine a spotlight on the creative potential of this production technology. What’s more, these product ranges provide plenty of surface space and display cabinet elements that meet the need for decorative touches.
Our rc40 room concept is a more classic but no less modern option for designing living space: the architectonic furniture system eliminates the boundary between bathroom furniture and furnishings for the rest of the home, between the furniture and the room, and provides planners with everything they need to design spaces – regardless of whether it’s a bathroom, bedroom or living room. The system is being extended continuously, most recently with the addition of elements for walk-in wardrobes, as well as illuminated furniture and vanity units with aluminium frames that can be installed independently of the wall. And for a particularly cosy, homely atmosphere there’s the Max collection, a modern interpretation of the country style in real wood.
Trend 2: Bathrooms are colourful
Trend 3: Bathrooms are made-to-measure
Trend 4: Bathroom furniture is furniture for the home
Trend 5: Bathrooms with a modular system
Trend 7: Bathrooms are stylish
Trend 8: Small but stunning bathrooms
Trend 9: Bathroom furniture that’s made to last