Ahead is an adverb that we really like to use: if of place, it indicates the direction in front of you; if of time, it expresses anteriority, a kind of precedence that speaks of a past time.
If we attempt to analyse the trends of recent years, it emerges that the search for sinuous shapes and rounded lines is the must have to be used in interior design, a mood that finds a wide range of applications especially in bathroom furnishings.
It may seem like a modern trend, a contemporary extravagance, however, the “en suite” bathroom is by no means our invention, rather it has very ancient roots that are lost in history.
Each coin has its flipside, which is not just a detail, but part of its identity.
When we talk about well-being of the senses, we are led to consider hearing exclusively in its physiological function and it remains complicated to unfold all the potential for enjoyment related to furnishing objects.
Every time we pronounce a word, our mind inevitably recalls all the meanings contained within it, and we place it in an ideal framework that represents it visually.
When we look for bathroom furniture, there are always many questions floating in our minds. Are we going all in on look or functionality? How much do we want to spend? Is a single or double washbasin better? But most importantly, which material to choose for the top?