WE REALLY ENJOY OUR NEW BATHROOM

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The old bathroom in the 1960s villa was furnished with black tiles and yellow porcelain. It was charming, but not functional. The Elmgren family tore it out and built a new one, they moved walls and laid new pipes. The family chose to put away the two bathroom sinks to make room for a spacious bathtub, but it turned out, the corner bathtub from Logic collection took up less space than they thought. As a result, there was room for two deluxe bathroom sinks as well.

The family's hints and tips for a bathroom renovation

  • Plan thoroughly, ideally with an architect
  • Draw your desired bathroom
  • Plan for details of great impact

We commissioned an architect to identify additional opportunities, a choice we certainly do not regret.

Linus, Dad

The new bathroom has a large shower, a generous bathtub and plenty of storage space.

Lotta, Mom

Hard work pays off

It was a long project that drained their energy. The new bathroom is accomplished, from typically drab 60s to timeless, spacious and fresh.

Eco-smart and lots of space

Creating an eco-smart bathroom with larger surfaces was a clear goal from the start. The family chose water and energy efficient faucets and porcelain with CeramicPlus surface treatment. A huge improvement from both practical and environmental perspectives.

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