Sure, a bathroom is a sometimes-unsightly necessity for any home – but its interior can at least be made modestly more minimalist by hiding the essential fixtures when not in use, and more modern and comfortable through the use of linear and repetitive wooden design objects.
Clean and contemporary, a series of fold-up solid-wood shelves hide a concealed sink and disguise the toilet. Even when opened and in operation, the entire aesthetic – designed from start to smooth finish by Rapsel – is a convincingly pleasant balance of coziness, usefulness and cleanliness.
A slide-out shelving unit adjacent to the toilet adds a reading-material surface as well as additional storage space while a visually-matched third element completes the set, like the last in a sequence of conceptual steps. This likewise-functional piece sits directly on the floor serves as a permeable wood shower drain.