High End Bathrooms Take Inspiration from Luxury Luggage
Like it or not, the bathroom is often one of the most neglected areas of any home. It isn’t because bathrooms are particularly unloved, but rather it is due to the lack of utterly breathtaking bathroom fixtures. These high end bathrooms inspired by classic luxury luggage could easily change that.
These stunning bathroom furniture pieces are the work of Spanish design firm Coleccion Alexandra. Their Bathroom Collection pieces turn up their (figurative) noses at conventional washroom design, opting instead for clean modern lines, sumptuous leather accents and rich wood grains.
You’ll find no flowery carvings or soft, flowing curves in Coleccion Alexandra’s bathroom furniture. These boxy pieces call to mind the steamer trunks of years gone by – or perhaps the ever-present cases that follow bands from one venue to the next.
The effect of putting these crisp, clean box shapes into a washroom is a startling one. Pair them with fluffy linens and you’ve got one of the most visually arresting juxtapositions you are ever likely to see in a bathroom.
Ultimately, the result is a very masculine-looking room. This effect can be easily softened with a curvy clawfoot tub and large round mirrors. Or, perhaps, install rectangular mirrors with dark frames to play up the manly look.
However these pieces would fit into your specific home, there is no denying that they are elegant, gorgeous bathroom elements that are poised to remind you of all of your world travels every time you see them. In addition to bath furniture, the Traveler series also includes bedroom and living room furniture like wardrobes, dressers and cabinets.
About Coleccion Alexandra
“Coleccion Alexandra is a young, dynamic and family-run company that designs and manufactures exquisite and handcrafted furniture. It has a highly personal philosophy, developing a unique concept from the perspective of the designer, not the manufacturer of traditional furniture. Therefore, it does not limit its collection to furniture design, but includes decorative items, home textiles and lighting, ALL with a unique and distinct style.”