For many years in the UK, most bathrooms were small and functional, often giving this overlooked room the nickname “the smallest room in the house”. As the years went on trends have changed- we see less bidets and more wet rooms and ensuite bathrooms nowadays. The rise of free standing and roll top baths has meant a need for larger bathrooms. From single home-owners wanting spa luxury in their own dwellings to families with high volume bathrooms, everyone is seeing the benefit of new supersized bathrooms.
We can look to German designers for modern family friendly bathrooms. They use the concept that we should look at what the families needs are and design the room around that. Their emphasis is on making a space for everyone and reducing the chaos. While we can’t all redesign a larger bathroom overnight (I could only dream to have the bathroom pictured above). We can take advantage of their style and buy premium German brands for our bathrooms.
In addition to being being known for their modern, high quality free standing baths, German designers also design timeless GROHE showers. As well as being aesthetically pleasing their collection of head showers, hand showers and side showers combine award-winning design with the latest technology and first-class materials. GROHE EcoJoy® showers illustrate their commitment to the environment and encourage daily water saving.
If you are won over by the design of GROHE, then it is not limited to your bathroom. GROHE kitchen taps fuse the latest designs with a host of features that bring real benefits to your kitchen. Exciting designs are matched by exceptional product features, to make the time you spend at the kitchen sink more of a joy than a chore. Cosmopolitan-style single lever kitchen mixers and joined by a range of two-handle designs to meet every style preference and installation need, while their two water systems GROHE Blue® and GROHE Red® supply ready-to-use water on demand.
The good news is it’s now easy to buy German Premium Designer brands such as GROHE in the UK from bathroom ecommerce site Superbath.
What bathroom trends will you be taking on in 2016? I would love to have a large multi use bathroom if space were no object.