Trends in compact bathrooms. Minimalism and functionality

La firma de equipamiento de baños, Noken, se reinventa para crear nuevas ideas en diseño que conviertan un baño en un lugar muy funcional y práctico.

Nowadays, the use of space in housing is vital, especially in the heart of the city. For this very reason, and with regard to the bathroom equipment firm from the PORCELANOSA Grupo, Noken, constant work is being done in order to create new ideas in design and interior structuring that turn a bathroom into a very functional and practical place, although on a small scale, this helps to reach the most optimal feeling of wide spaces.

Playing with light and the distribution of the bathroom elements are two practices to consider in achieving that desired width in a living space of a few square metres. In turn, opting for an aesthetic and cutting-edge design that is close to minimalism can also help to simplify it and make it simple and at the same time, sophisticated and elegant.

One of the best placed and more suitable collections by Noken that makes a small bathroom bigger is the number of sanitary ware, taps and the NK Concept storage solutions. Because of its simplicity, purity and refinement, in addition to its series of basins and wall hung sanitaryware, this collection by Noken makes the impossible possible, where comfort prevails over ostentation. In addition, they appeal to effectiveness since the cleaning of the spaces is simplified through the absence of recessed elements on the floor.

The NK Concept also brings dynamism to bathroom design. Rounded edges and sinuous curves give the interior design a contemporary look, as well as timeless. It is a series that fits perfectly with the personality of a compact bathroom: cosmopolitan, dynamic and, above all, visually wide.

In short, banking on the NK Concept for bathrooms is to bank on the naturalness of a simple, unique, cozy, comfortable, and free of excess design. With NK Concept creating a little big bath is possible.

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