Alright, I ascertained my customers love the kitchen and the bathroom atmost.
If, during my first professional experiences, I was more focused on the living room, now I hear more and more “we could turn down the space for the bedroom and the living room, but we really desire a big kitchen and bathroom”.
The trend is clear: we love the bathroom, we proudly show it to our guests and we want it to be good-looking, relaxing and trendy.
That’s how Cersaie perfectly shows which direction is taking the world of bathroom interior and like every year I get lost in the stand of Ideagroup, from new surfaces, details care to choose the perfect closet for the bathroom.
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I tried to understand which are the favourite trends of my followers through Instagram surveys (they’re still in my Instagram Stories in evidence) and the results show different tastes.
Now, I’ll try to answer to these questions and I’ll give you some advice.
Floor standing closet or suspended closet
As far as I’m concerned, I prefer the lighter suspended closet. However, if you have small houses, where the room is not that wide, the ground standing one is a good solution.
More precisely, my favourite one is neither suspended, nor floor standing, but it has short legs, like the closet by Form collection, just presented at Cersaie.
Countertop washbasin, built-in washbasin o half built-in washbasin
The countertop washbasin is for sure the most appreciated solution of the last year, and, in my opinion, it is still going to last for a pair of years. People will say the countertop washbasin doesn’t protect the bathroom from the water squirts: do not trust! Just be careful not to set the washbasin too low.
The solution of the built-in washbasin is very interesting and it generally has a great aesthetical effect.
In the end, the half built-in washbasin is perfect for those situations where the bathroom is not so big and recovering some room is necessary.
Round mirror or Square mirror
I don’t have only one answer: I would choose the round one if you like a light and asymettric composition, while I’d prefer a rectangular one for a rigid composition.
I could talk about the finishing for hours, because the bathroom closets have reached a very high customization.
You can choose among hpl, opaque painted, shiny or soft touch, veneered wood, polymeric material and millions of other choices I don’t even know. Ideagroup catalogue is very wide!
Take advice from the seller, but keep two simple rules in mind:
- The bathroom elements are various (bathroom fixtures, taps and fittings, shower box, shower board, bathroom closets, mirror, floor, upholstery); that’s why you should try to coordinate every element. Select a style and pursue it until the end.
- Do not look just at the appearance: a complete bathroom closet must be good-looking inside and outside. Check the bodywork and be sure it’s good and useful for you. Whatsmore, Ideagroup closets bodyworks are easily customizable: the colours and the shapes are up to you!
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