Be Inspired – Think Outside of the Box

Sometimes when designing a bathroom it can seem that there just isn’t anything new to do with the four walls. Sure, niches and art installations can be added but if your tastes are more minimalistic and modern, how do you think outside the box?

If you are Patrick Norguet, you change the shape of the box. Using thin, large format tiles, Norguet created this bath display for Equipe’Hotel.

Norguet Bath Inspiration |KitchAnn Style

The triangular mirror is seamlessly incorporated into the design – though it is a little difficult to see in the picture.

Norguet Bath Inspiration |KitchAnn Style

Newer technology in printing and creating thin porcelains make installing a room like this much more manageable. Imagine all the back beveling large pieces of marble would require?

Norguet Bath Inspiration |KitchAnn Style

I think personally I’d like to see some warmer accents of brass or brushed gold for the light fixtures and plumbing. I’d also swap out the chair for a metallic stool. There are so many different inspirations you can get from this project. Where would you take it?

About Patrick Norguet:

French designer Patrick Norguet (1969) made his breakthrough as a designer at the end of the nineteen-nineties. He is linked to famous brands such as Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Lanvin, Guerlain, Bally, Modus, Molteni&C, Gebruder Thonet Vienna and Van Cleef & Renault.

The work of Patrick Norguet is varied among product design, fashion and architecture. With his designs he perfectly interprets Cappellini’s theory of the union between fashion and design, projecting items of great presence for both sectors, working for innovation but keeping the greatest simplicity.

His works can be seen in permanent collections at museums such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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