In recent times, bathrooms have become more luxurious than the other livable space in a house. We have seen and learn in different forums about bathrooms, from gold to semi precious stones wall cladding to diamond studded plumbing fittings.
Interior Design Giants gives you a selection of 5 TOP luxury bathroom brands that I believe are the best in the world.
From Offenbach in Germany, Jado is one of the largest luxury brands in Europe. From Swarovski embedded faucets to golden 20s design, Jado designed bathroom fittings to meet the design requirement of architects and designers around the world.
It is for now a baby brand but with young potential and ancient knowledge. Maison Valentina comes to renew the luxury bathroom world design.
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From the royal families to the Hollywood celebrities, many are avid fan for Dornbracht.
Some unique shower features like the horizontal showers, have caught attention of bathroom designers around the world.
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The TOTO Group, a Japanese group, is a company creating and providing lifestyle value. Looking to “tomorrow” and leading to the future, they offer an “every day” exceeding expectations like never before.
TOTO aims to contribute to finding solutions to global social issues by combining its business and CSR activities and focusing on the environment says the Madoka Kitamura – President Toto group. http://www.toto.co.jp/
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It all started with a small workshop in the Istanbul district of Kartal. The year was 1942 and an eight-man team worked tirelessly to supply the country with a variety of earthenware products that couldn’t be imported to Turkey during the Second World War.
The Dr Nejat Eczacıbaşı Ceramic Factory, as it was then called, was the forerunner to Vitra.
A bathroom is a room for personal hygiene, generally containing a bathtub or a shower, and possibly also a bidet. In North America and some other regions, it characteristically contains a toilet and a sink; hence in North American English the word “bathroom” is commonly used to mean any room containing a toilet, even a public toilet (although in the United States this is more commonly called a restroom).