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    Current bathroom trends: The interior trend of nuanced whites

    Bathroom trends in 2021 (and beyond) are steering towards wellness spaces that are full of character, personality and timeless style. It has been suggested that to achieve this, designers need to inject a bit of colour – but not always, as we discover when looking at some of Duravit’s latest innovations…

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    It is sometimes considered and believed that white creates a cold and lacklustre impression. However, used correctly, the colour represents calm, purity and lightness.

    It therefore forms the basis for a range of furnishing styles; striking wall colours can infuse a room with character that work especially well when combined with a subtle understatement in white. Off-white colours, and underused tone that can create an understated, authentic atmosphere, are used to counteract a sterile atmosphere.

    Image caption: XViu asymmetric washing area option with Viu above- counter basin positioned on the left and a generous vanity unit finished in high-gloss white varnish. | Image credit: Duravit

    Image caption: XViu asymmetric washing area option with Viu above-counter basin positioned on the left and a generous vanity unit finished in high-gloss white varnish. | Image credit: Duravit

    Unlike pure white, the fragmented white tones lend the room warmth and a pleasant brightness. The bathroom looks larger, and a cozy atmosphere is created by combining calming natural tones and materials.

    So, with bathrooms fast becoming so much more than practical spaces, creativity can come in all different sizes and colours – including white.

    Duravit is one of our Recommended Suppliers and regularly features in our Supplier News section of the website. If you are interested in becoming one of our recommended suppliers, please email Katy Phillips.

    Main image caption: Happy D.2 Plus sets the scene with its light tones and injects current trends in terms of colours, design, and finishes. | Image credit: Duravit

    Hamish Kilburn / 01.11.2021

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