On our Italian website, by far the most popular living space of choice is the bathroom. We’re still not entirely sure why but, in order to celebrate the fact, we've compiled a selection of our brightest and best bathroom designs, from Italian designers, from all over the country. If there is one thing that the Italians are keen on (and we aren't) it’s the bidet - they love the bidet and, again, we’re not entirely sure as to why, but it looks great in a design and, as we know, has its uses! So, sit back and enjoy this feature on Italian bathrooms.
A large bath allows for movement and adds to the classic components of this environment. As you can see in the picture, our designer, Gino Hopes, has been able to take advantage of every corner wisely. The sink rests on a large piece of furniture of darker colour, which is useful for general storage and, as mentioned before, exclusive use of the bidet can be admired.
To beautify the environment and increase privacy among health professionals, glass makers Gal srl suggest installing a smoked glass separator between the toilet and the sink. In addition, this object improves the aesthetics of the bathroom.
Each house has its own style, which can vary from classic to modern , passing through the industrial and minimalist. The bathroom is no exception and will follow the exact style of the rest of the house. In this example we see a room with bricks, exposed pipes and a lacquered concrete floor and, as you can see, even here the bidet is not missing in this fusion of modern industrial.
Even the spare toilet has a bidet in it! But space is saved using this wall mounted radiator, ultimating in an admirable finish. The layout of the bathroom storage and facilities is a good example of how far modernist design has come, in terms of look and practicality, since its founding fathers set the pace.
This bathroom, which is the en-suit of a master bedroom, is made in shades of dark grey and blue, and is provocative of an almost coastal environment; employing these mineral like shades. As a preserver of space, a good amount of room has been created down the central path of the bathroom, ensuring a relatively open feel. Another good example in understanding just why the Italians love their bathrooms.
Cumo Roversi Mori Architects, presents us with an unconventional bathroom, in fact, as you can see from the picture, the whole environment is overlooking an inner yard, putting the shower just in front of the large glass panel windows. In this case they've chosen a paired toilet and bidet in a square shape, which gives more space to the Venetian flooring. A design from a new angle that we, here at homify, have really taken to.
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