An open bathroom with a lot of daylight benefits from light turquoise interior. It creates a feeling of familiarity and security, the soft colors not dominating the room but rather making way for the abundance of natural lighting. Wood and turquoise match very well. Even though they appear contrasting, it‘s precisely their differences that make them such a good match. The turquoise tiles that resemble fish scales are on the colder spectrum of colors, while the well-known sight of wood feels wonderfully warm.
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!
When an internationally renowned architecture and design practice collaborates with a globally respected ceramic and bathroom manufacturer to create a new bathroom range, you can be sure of a striking result. And so, when London-based Foster + Partners joined forces with the Castellón-based Porcelanosa Grupo, a new vision in bathroom design and development was born.
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