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Duravit: Creating A Green Oasis of Wellbeing

Today’s bathroom is more than just a place for daily cleansing. It is a cosy and modern retreat and with maximum comfort and a feel-good factor. Matching decoration provides touches of colour.

Used as decorative elements, plants create a welcoming ambience in the bathroom. As a contrast to the cooler tiles, they thus convey a sense of the natural world and enhance wellbeing. Alongside the decorative aspect, plants subsequently improve the interior environment.

Features such as high humidity, higher temperatures, and low incidence of light need to be taken into account when selecting the right bathroom plant. Hardy plants ideally fit the bill. Peace lilies (Spathiphyllum), lucky feathers (Zamioculcas zamiifolia), aspidistra, and in light bathrooms, also aloe vera are especially well suited for the cultivated ambience of the personal feel-good green oasis.

Whether with high-gloss finishes such as ME by Starck or White Tulip, or bathroom furniture with real-wood elements such as with Cape Cod – plants are the perfect complement to every bathroom and any individual style.

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Here are a few top looks to consider:

 

The stand-out feature of the Cape Cod bathroom furniture collection is its perfect fusion of material and design. Made from solid natural wood, each piece is unique. The version shown here in solid Vintage Oak combines with the plants to offer an elegant option for a natural bathroom.

Cape Cod von Philippe Starck

 

Refined green combined with the ME by Starck wall-mounted toilet, toilet seat and lid with soft closing mechanism, Duravit Rimless® flushing technology, and SensoWash® Slim shower-toilet seat.

ME by Starck WC

DuraStyle

 

DuraStyle

Designed by Matteo Thun & Partners, the bathroom series is deliberately understated – and blends harmoniously into virtually any ambience. Combined here with light colors for a calmer overall impression.

 

ME by Starck Keramik with Brioso furniture

 

ME by Starck Keramik with Brioso furniture

Asymmetric furniture washbasins with storage surface to the side (ME by Starck) and a matching vanity unit (Brioso) combined with drawers and open racks are also particularly practical.

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