Get Curve Appeal in Your Bathroom @UK_Bathrooms

Get Curve Appeal in Your Bathroom @UK_Bathrooms

If you want to be not just ‘on -trend’ but ‘ahead’ of trend then get curve appeal in your new bathroom. Curvaceous bathrooms are predicted to be the trend for 2022. Curves are in!

These days our bathrooms need to be not just functional but also a sanctuary of relaxation, a place where we can shut out the world for a little while and rest. And that’s why we agree with Pinterest’s new ‘Predicts’ that curves and soft lines are going to be big in the new year and that they are here to stay. New bathroom collections do away with square, harsh edges and introduce a softer, gentler style that really does give your space that chilled out vibe.

And, its not just bathroom furniture that’s going curvy, it’s everything from toilet to basin, bath to showerhead, taps to mirrors. This ‘rounded’ approach will make your bathroom feel that little bit more indulgent, and a place where you can recharge your batteries, whatever time of day.

One of the most exciting collections with curve appeal is the recently launched VitrA Liquid.  Liquid is a unique collaboration between designer Tom Dixon and the leading bathroom brand and is all about expressive minimalism. It’s soft and rounded forms are generous in proportion and eradicate all sharp edges from the bathroom. As well as looking good, the collection is tactile and functional and encompasses all elements of the bathroom, from ceramics to brassware, tiles to accessories.

Graeme Borchard, MD of UK Bathrooms comments “VitrA are one of the leading brands in bathroom products and I always look forward to their next designer collection. Liquid is, in my opinion, the best yet – its form and function surpass others and it really does lead the way in bathroom design. Ceramics have been extended beyond the traditional realms of basins and sanitaryware, there is even a rotund stool included which be used in the shower or anywhere else in the home.”

Graeme continues “I particularly like the continuation of Tom Dixon’s theme into the expressive showerheads and controls, the whole collection incorporates fatter, softer lines that are more generous, long-lasting and stronger.”

Taps and showers are available in chrome or gloss black finish for a contrast.  The products can be combined flexibly to create a unique style and purpose and are designed for use either in the home or professional environments, including offices, hotels and restaurants. At a time when there is more emphasis being placed on the bathroom, this unique collection is both innovative and contemporary and will certainly add curve appeal to your space.

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