Bathroom Casa Maijo

A reform of two bathrooms in which colour and vintage aesthetics are combined in a harmonious and calm way.

Bathrooms full of colour and vintage air

The restyling of these two bathrooms in a private home was designed by the Argentinian designer Silvia Soqueff. In both of them, the aesthetics is marked by colour, with our Tabarca series in white, sky and green; and the vintage air given by the hydraulic-inspired tiles on the floor.

In the blue and white bathroom, the main bathroom had a bathtub, which has been replaced by a closed shower box, with niches inside for towels and bathroom products. As Soqueff herself explains, ‘all the sanitary fittings are suspended to make it easier to clean the floor’ and a ‘low volume was built to cover the toilet water tank at the same time as providing a support shelf for objects’.

The light wood of the furniture and the lighting area, in white ceramic and opal glass, manage to create an indirect light that helps to add calm to the atmosphere. In this renovation, the original window of the house has been maintained, which looks out onto a large garden and encourages the entry of natural light.

The smaller green bathroom, on the other hand, follows the same aesthetic as the large one, but maintaining, in this case, the bathtub area. In this one, the washbasin area is separated from the other one by a wall completely covered with our tiles.

In general, both bathrooms stand out for their colour and vintage aesthetics and we love the result!

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