Floor plan for an Axor Urquiola bathroom

Bathroom planning: tips for more individuality in the bathroom

The bathroom has now progressed from the functional wet cell of former times, and has become a living space where we spend lots of our time. Better quality of life, a new feel-good culture and a yearning for peace and tranquillity are all factors that now pervade the bathroom. Since everyone defines “feel-good” differently, bathroom planning demands customised solutions.

The holistic bathroom
At Axor, exchanging ideas with renowned designers and architects produces a wide variety of feel-good rooms – adapted to fit different lifestyles, the space available and the aesthetic feel. Going beyond the mere product and its pure self-cleaning functionality.

Create a homely atmosphere with the right materials
The right materials also contribute to a sense of “feel-good” in the bathroom. Cosy elements such as wooden floorboards, large windows and warm lighting create a homely atmosphere.

Discover Axor's feel-good rooms, and gain inspiration while planning your bathroom:

Axor Starck Organic bathroom.
The organic minimalist bathroom combines powerful shapes with sensuous materials. It is ideal for lots of different room sizes.
Bathroom featuring Axor Citterio.

Separation of feel-good and functional areas

Axor Massaud bathroom

Bathroom comfort and natural materials create a place of relaxation

Axor Urquiola bathroom
Combining the bathroom and sleeping area creates a shared area for socialising along with private areas of retreat.
Bathroom in old building with Axor Showerpipe.

In the shower, modern showerpipes are particularly suitable for a renovation because existing connections can be used for added convenience.

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