Pleasant times in the bathroom – glass as a design element

Refreshing and cleansing, recuperating and relaxing: the modern bathroom can satisfy a wide range of needs. Whether the focus is on functionality, design or the wellness aspect, is primarily a question of taste these days.

But one thing is clear: with the use of glass, practically all design ideas can be realized in the bathroom, even a complete glass bathroom must no longer remain a dream.

Glass provides bathrooms with lightness and something indefinable. It can optically enlarge small bathrooms or lend large bathrooms elegance and charisma. Other charming features are coloured glass tiles which are as simple to lay as ceramic tiles. Shower cubicles constructed completely in glass are an invitation to the senses - and meanwhile already regarded as classics. Whether as a transparent eye-catcher or decorative element: glass showers convince through their robustness and consistent aesthetics.

An excellent synthesis of form and function is the glazed radiator unit Thermovit Elegance. The classically elegant radiator made completely of glass offers a unique aesthetic dimension of warmth. In the shape of the heated mirror Thermovit Elegance Mirastar, it attractively provides warmth and comfort because, thanks to the heating function, the mirror does not become steamed-up.

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Date: 6 September 2007
Source: www.saint-gobain.de

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