Element Interior Design & Styling has covered the three bathrooms of a luxury house on the southeast coast with this porcelain series
The contrast of volumes and geometric textures that it is able to reproduce have been determining factors in the choice of the Origami model by ITT Ceramic to cover the three bathrooms of a luxury house located on the coast of the Coral Sea. The project was carried out by interior designer Toni Empringham, owner of the firm Element Interior Design & Styling, who assures that "this ceramic series, combined with the details of the accessories in black (full trend), allows an exceptional result to be obtained".
According to the Australian interior designer, the bathroom is a very important room in today's homes. "Now, this space has a dimension that goes beyond the functional and has a lot to do with relaxation and well-being, so design and decoration are fundamental," says Toni Empringham. In this sense, the walls of these three bathrooms have been dressed with a coloured porcelain mass 100% made in Spain, in 45x90 format, inspired by the Japanese technique of papiroflexia with which authentic paper sculptures are achieved. The soft stone effect and the volumetric play of Origami, whether in White, Grey or Graphite, ensures an avant-garde aesthetic but full of warmth, seeking the sensation of comfort that every bathroom requires.
Element Interior Design & Styling has taken the utmost care of this project, from its initial conception to the final delivery, pursuing an objective that marks each of its works: Improve through design the quality of life of people who live in spaces, whether residential, commercial or professional.
It is worth mentioning that Toni Empringham started her interior design studio barely two years ago. Her training and experience in the world of art and interior design have served as the basis for consolidating a company that, as in the case of ITT Ceramic, has in personalized attention one of its main distinctive qualities.