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How structured storage can transform bathrooms

Washrooms don't need to be big to be functional, but they do need to be well designed. Duravit's collaborations with Cecilie Manz and Kurt Merki Jr are producing beautiful results

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The handle-free drawers of Duravit's Luv freestanding bathroom unit by Danish designer Cecilie Manz provide plenty of storage space: they open via tip-on technology and close with self-closing action.
The handle-free drawers of Duravit's Luv freestanding bathroom unit by Danish designer Cecilie Manz provide plenty of storage space: they open via tip-on technology and close with self-closing action.

A comfortable bathroom doesn’t need to be spacious, but it does need to have enough storage space to cope with everything from cosmetics to cleaning materials.

Even the largest bathrooms can appear smaller when cluttered and messy, but with a little creative thinking and the correct bathroom furniture it is possible to create a home for all those everyday bathroom items.

Duravit's stylish furniture collections have discreet additional storage space and unique storage compartments designed to help keep bathrooms clutter free.

The company works with leading designers to create elegant freestanding units, such as the Luv series by Danish designer Cecilie Manz and the XSquare wall-hanging units by Kurt Merki Jr. Duravit furniture is designed to ensure that bathroom essentials of all shapes and sizes can be stored in drawers or practical compartments within which there are also organiser systems that look great and help keep things tidy.

  • Duravit's XSquare mirror cabinets by designer Kurt Merki Jr are available in four different widths from 600-1200mm. Optional storage boxes, a board for accessories and a magnetic strip for small accessories, such as scissors or tweezers, ensure a perfectly organised interior.
    Duravit's XSquare mirror cabinets by designer Kurt Merki Jr are available in four different widths from 600-1200mm. Optional storage boxes, a board for accessories and a magnetic strip for small accessories, such as scissors or tweezers, ensure a perfectly organised interior.
  • With a luminosity of at least 300 lux, Duravit's Brioso mirror cabinet with LED light band guarantees the user a perfect and uniform illumination. Cabinet sides match furniture finishes, here in Chestnut Dark.
    With a luminosity of at least 300 lux, Duravit's Brioso mirror cabinet with LED light band guarantees the user a perfect and uniform illumination. Cabinet sides match furniture finishes, here in Chestnut Dark.
  • Duravit's L-Cube vanity units come with a choice of one or two drawers, offering plenty of storage space. They are fitted with high-quality drawer dividers in Maple or Walnut. The interior of the body is rendered in elegant Diamond Black.
    Duravit's L-Cube vanity units come with a choice of one or two drawers, offering plenty of storage space. They are fitted with high-quality drawer dividers in Maple or Walnut. The interior of the body is rendered in elegant Diamond Black.
  • Duravit's DuraStyle bathroom furniture series is characterised by its discreet design. The tall, visually unobtrusive cabinets offer ample storage and premium functionality. The closed fronts are smooth and sleek and the surfaces not interrupted by handles.
    Duravit's DuraStyle bathroom furniture series is characterised by its discreet design. The tall, visually unobtrusive cabinets offer ample storage and premium functionality. The closed fronts are smooth and sleek and the surfaces not interrupted by handles.
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The storage potential of wall areas is frequently overlooked, but wall-mounted shelves can provide additional space for toiletries and towels or can be used for decorative display purposes.

Mirror cabinets are a good option for making dead wall space useful and offer an extra light source, giving the visual impression of a larger, more open room. They are essential for shaving and applying make-up and keep essential toiletries hidden from view. This leaves the area around the washbasin uncluttered, making mirror cabinets the ultimate all-rounder in the bathroom.

For more information and technical support, visit: duravit.co.uk

 

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