Reinterpreting the industrial style: cement and veining enjoy harmonious interpretation.
Using a black and gray palette, the designer has created a timeless yet modern bathroom, in which two very powerful elements stand out: the gray floor with cement effects, in Dekton® Kreta, and the monolithic-looking countertop, in Silestone® Charcoal Soapstone.
Floor and wall cladding in the same material to unify spaces
Inspired by the typical New York style loft without walls, the interior designer planned a metal and glass structure that also serves as the front of the bathroom.
A strong-looking half wall in the same material as the floor – Dekton® Kreta – is vertically integrated into this structure.
On the horizontal plane, the Silestone® Charcoal Soapstone countertop stands out. Creating a very attractive contrast of planes and volumes.
In contrast, and to add a sense of lightness, the designer has opted for two beautiful and delicate Marie Top vanities in Silestone® White Zeus, featuring a round design.
With its soft, rounded lines, the Marie Top vanity is the perfect choice to place on the countertop. Although this project has a distinctly industrial look, its one-piece design, with no visible joints, enhances its attractiveness.
A large-format, grey floor is always the right choice. In this project, the Dekton® Kreta material from the Industrial Collection provides a cement-like finish, ideal for an industrial or urban decorating style.