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In this design example, the old attic bathroom was given a thorough renovation and makeover. The result: The slanted room has been transformed into a modern, well-lit dream bathroom. Skilfully used light-dark contrasts and the trendy bathroom fittings in Matte Black have created a stylish wellbeing zone. 

Yin-and-yang style in matte black and white at the bath tub.
Yin& Yang in the bathroom

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The clever division into visually defined zones make this rooftop bathroom look not only cozy, but also much larger than it is. The pine-look vinyl flooring and natural accessories add to the coziness. The eye-catching feature is the free-standing, oval bath tub made from mineral casting, flanked by a geometric, floor-standing faucetThe bath tub low and white, the faucet high and matte black: what a strong design couple in yin and yang style! The fresh play of colors continues at the white marble sink. Here, too, a single-hole faucet with matte black surface design ensures ease of use. 

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The pre-wall element installed at the sink space is designed with a large-scale mosaic in black and white anthracite tones. Just like in the shower space, the glass tiles create a trend-conscious setting for daily personal care. In the floor-level shower, a matte black, angular overhead shower pampers the entire body with a pleasant rain shower. The flat, concealed faucet in Matte Black provides more free space than a protruding faucet. Other contrasting design elements are the radiator and sliding door with horizontal lines – in stylish shades of black and gray.

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