From architects’ favourite to a key bathroom trend with new design options
The many different shades of grey have long been among the best-loved colours in architecture and interior design. This is hardly surprising given that grey is the ideal partner for countless colour combinations, making bright colours positively shine whilst at the same time generating visual calm. Grey further creates the clarity and sense of space to emphasise the impact of rooms, interiors, and therefore architecture.
Similarly, we are increasingly seeing grey used in the bathroom – as exposed concrete or tiles in a range of grey shades, soft grey wall paint through to dark anthracite tones and accessories; these are today’s trends. Grey provides a perfect contrast in combination with wooden furniture; in interaction with sober colours such as the new Duravit furniture colour matt concrete grey it underlines a uniform, timeless look.
The Stonetto shower tray, too, is setting the tone in colour terms: in addition to the stone shades white, sand, and anthracite, the successful collaboration between Duravit and the Viennese design group EOOS is now available in the colour concrete, which creates a new and fresh effect within the room.
The Stonetto features a stone-like yet uniform texture. The silky-soft surface is incomparable to the touch. It is matt and at the same time anti-slip and scratch-proof. Stonetto is made from Durasolid Q, a high-grade cast mineral material. Stonetto is also impressive in functional terms. Its high surface hardness and density mean that the shower tray is extraordinarily resistant to damage and dirt.
The barely visible slope of the tray enables water to drain away perfectly. Even large quantities of water flow quickly through the powerful drain. The homogenous covering enables ease of cleaning.
Stonetto can be installed flush with the floor, recessed or floor-mounted. Duravit also supplies Stonetto in twelve sizes.