Compartmentalization at its Best
At Bathroomguru Review we are constantly on the lookout for new and innovative ideas for your washroom to inspire and challenge our readers. One online resource that we frequent is Trendhunter.com which looks at emerging trends in many different fields from around the world.
While browsing through their archives I recently came across an article entitled “56 bold bathroom decor ideas. While there was some cutting edge, bold and inspirational washroom ideas, the one that caught my eye was the article on one piece bathrooms.
With traditional lavatory design, everything in your lavatory is either built in or somehow hung from your restroom walls. But Undpartner, an Australian company, would like to challenge your concept of what is a conventional bathing space with its one-piece-bath concept called of all things, the Panay.
The Panay was designed to use wall and floor space better than a traditional bathroom by running all plumbing pipes underneath the structure, which in essence allows you to use it as a self contained or stand alone bath unit.
Essentially, it is a modular one piece sculptural unit made of wood that effectively combines a shower, bathtub and vanity sink with a mirror into a compact beautiful piece of contemporary bath furniture.
Making Every Inch Count
The nice thing about the Panay is its versatility. It can be integrated into your regular bathroom space or you can up the ante by adding one of these self contained bath units into your guestroom or powder-room to increase the value of your home and also offer the wow factor to potential buyers or guests.
For those with limited bathroom space, this low footprint unit is a space saving trendsetter. You can also enhance the openness of your lavatory space by placing the Panay in the middle of your master bath, offering you an unobstructed and free flowing space around the unit, like you would a soaking tub in the middle of your bathroom.
With its compact and elegant modular space saving design that merges your daily bathroom tasks into a logical flow of events, the Panay not only breaks the convention of traditional bath design, it also challenges the way we habitually use our bathrooms.
Ever wondered how they do that? With our categories you can learn how to create a plan and checklist, learn to decorate your lavatory to your style of design, freshen up your home with bath remodeling, these washroom trends embody what is going on in the consumer home decor market and hot product reviews so you can use them as your imagination desires to complete the lavatory of your dreams.