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Floor 2.0: latest trends in modern bathroom furnishings
The floor is a very important furnishing item, essential to create a glamorous and relaxing space. Let’s discover some new contemporary design trends!
Industrial chic has become one of the hottest furnishing trends, even for the bathroom. This look adds grace and elegance to the urban style, giving the environment character and a high aesthetic impact.
Fine ceramic floors and walls, design fittings and walk-in showers are the new must-have for bathrooms, indispensable for achieving the perfect combination of aesthetic value, functionality and style. The taps have strong lines with a preference for satin-finished surfaces, the design accessories are “green”, with plant and floral decorations to satisfy lovers of the jungalow style.
The bathtub remains freestanding, while the trendy shower boxes, designed for two people, are expanded. The space can be enhanced with integrated colour-therapy lights, central shower head and side jets to enjoy the pleasure of a home spa, with all the safety and versatility of a stoneware floor.
If you are looking for a very trendy indoor floor, we recommend the Type collection consisting of porcelain stoneware tiles with a sheet-metal effect, ideal for design lovers.
Type’s large surfaces have a very industrial chic soul. In fact, the collection is inspired by the roughness of metal, made softer by its elegant nuances – rust, grey and dark – and by beautiful oxidation and ageing effects.
Type is a perfect cross between a raw style and a more refined glamorous style, giving the industrial style a touch of unexpected intimacy and timeless elegance.
The highly textured, vibrant surfaces are able to decorate any environment with elegance and style and to integrate seamlessly with other textural inspirations such as marble-effect stoneware.
The muretto 3D (31.5x45) and the large rectified slabs (120x240) of the Type collection allow reducing interruptions in the continuity between floor and walls to meet the most specific and refined aesthetic and design needs.
To furnish with style also means telling a story: be inspired by the charm of Type.