The question of whether one can make a small bathroom functional, without compromising on aesthetics, is common to anyone looking to renovate. Will the room feel cramped? Does it have to be plain? The answer is no. Combining practicability and visual harmony is possible, and actually not so difficult.
Concealed cisterns are becoming increasingly popular, not only as valuable space savers in the bathroom but also as a design choice, though they are not the most attention grabbing details of a residential or commercial project.
Rogerseller's new new entire home living solutions reflect the way our home's central rooms have changed – bathrooms a place of wellbeing and kitchens for socialising.
When Swiss plumber, Caspar Melchior Albert Gebert opened his first plumbing business in 1874, little did he know he was on track to create a legacy of more than 140 years
A collection which holds true to its title, 'Armadio al Centimetro', the Centimetre Wardrobe, is a truly customisable, precision-engineered fitted wardrobe system for every space.
Swiss brand Geberit creates a touchless bathroom experience with a new touchless flush plate designed by celebrated Swiss designer Daniel Irányi.
Geberit, a global leader for sanitary systems and piping solutions, introduces truly sustainable products for commercial applications.
The Geberit urinal partition walls provide privacy between urinals in public bathrooms.
In a kitchen renovation, we see how the Zip HydroTap contributes to space saving.
With its minimalist, linear design simplicity, the state-of-the-art Gessi Rettangolo range, brings a dramatic sense of elegance and sophistication to any bathroom.
Insights from customers and kitchen designers have driven styling at Fisher & Paykel, and resulted in a ‘designed to match’ approach to kitchen appliances to create a cohesive style that responds beautifully to the ongoing trend for open-plan kitchens.
Oliver MacLatchy is a carpenter, builder, tinkerer and inventor with a massive love for timber. The result of that passion is Wood Melbourne, spouts made from reclaimed wood, designed and crafted by hand in his workshop in Melbourne. Each piece goes through 12 stages to become the beautiful, sustainable fixtures they are. Through a series of images we get to see some of this laborious and careful process.