Most bathroom ranges have a singular image, but TONO is about choice, allowing for multiple configurations within the same family. The project was a collaborative venture that brought together several companies whose expertise lies in different materials. For instance, we worked with Noken to develop ceramics and brassware, L‘Antic Colonial on the stone, and Systempool, who are KRION® Solid Surface specialists. As a result, TONO works across a wide range of materials and finishes, offering greater choice to designers and users.
A light turquoise bathroom is very bright, the gentleness of the blue-green combination allowing much daylight into the space. It‘s impossible to deny the bathroom‘s sophisticated look which is likely created by glass elements that emphasise the colorfulness of the space.
By adding vinegar to the rinse cycle! Distilled white vinegar, to be exact. One cup is all it takes. Seriously, skip the fabric softener and opt for vinegar, which will strip away the built-up detergent and restore the towels‘ softness. To get the job done, add half a cup of baking soda to the rinse cycle. If you‘ve already washed your towels with vinegar, you can even rewash them using the baking soda instead of detergent. Simply pour the baking soda over the towels and go!
As opposed to some far-fetched, futuristic fantasy, the bathroom of the future will be made up of several essential, realistic components: sustainability, technology and good design will be key to bathroom innovation. One company in the vanguard of this is Noken, a manufacturer of bathroom equipment and part of the Porcelanosa Group.
Turquoise has many shades and all of them seem playful, even when they are displayed in a very bright and polished space. They bring some warmth into the room, despite its natural cool hues, and take the seriousness away from the plain cold tiles!
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