For today and tomorrow

When planning to design a bathroom, the first realisation has to be that new bathrooms are generally designed for a useful life of 20 years or more. It therefore has to correspond to the current usage habits which on the other hand will certainly change in later stages of life.

Planning that focuses on practical use as well as appearance does not only pay off in later years. The convenience of non-slip floors or a level access shower will soon be appreciated. It is often the small details that make all the difference when furnishing a room. This includes ergonomic drawers and cabinets as well as the correct height of the sink or the just mentioned anti-slip floor. A specialist should therefore always be consulted before starting a new build or a comprehensive modernisation project. Standard furnishings will never be able to fully meet individual concepts. As bathrooms are meant to be enjoyed for many years, it is worth investing some time in individual planning.


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For today and tomorrow