Steal This Look: A Conceptual Bathroom, German Design Edition

Yesterday, we featured an exclusive look at the Washington, DC renovation by interior architects and designers Lea Korzeczek and Matthias Hiller from Studio Oink, based in Leipzig, Germany.

In the bathroom on the second floor, the designers took a windowless cubby-style bathroom and transformed it into a conceptual and serene space. Designers, as they say, aspire to “the balance between poetry and function, simplicity and play”. The bathroom is exactly that: it’s full of functional solutions and playful design details. Here’s how it all fits together.

The retractable door, painted in pink, opens to the modern white bathtub.  Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista;  style by Alexa Hotz.
Above: The pocket door, painted in pink, opens to the modern white tub. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista; style by Alexa Hotz.
Wall tiles with a pin-sized blue dot give the bathroom shower a perforated look.  Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista;  style by Alexa Hotz.
Above: Wall tiles with a pin-sized blue dot give the bathroom shower a perforated look. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista; style by Alexa Hotz.

Materials

Bathroom walls are painted with Farrow & Ball Slipper Satin in Estate Emulsion finish;  $ data-src =
Above: The bathroom walls are painted with Farrow & Ball Slipper Satin in Estate Emulsion finish; $ 110.
The bathroom and shower wall tiles are Pico ceramic tiles by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Mutina in Blue Dots White.  The drain is a regular linear shower drain with a tile insert.
Above: The bathroom floor and shower wall tiles are Pico ceramic tiles by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Mutina in Blue Dots White. The drain is a regular linear shower drain with a tile insert.

Lighting and mirrors

The Elise Fouin Grillo cable / small wall light is installed in the mirrored medicine cabinet.  Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista.
Above: The small Elise Fouin Grillo wall / cable lamp is installed in the mirrored medicine cabinet. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista.
A trio of customizable Robern M-series mirrors is available through Robern.
Above: A trio of customizable Robern M-series mirrors are available through Robern.

Faucets and accessories

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