One disappearing bathroom collection by Rapsel



And here’s another surprising bathroom collection, again made almost entirely of wood, which is probably the least used material when it comes to this particular room of the house. But as we have already seen, this is not a problem anymore.

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The One disappearing bathroom by Rapsel is an sophisticated solid larch wood bathroom collection designed by Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez won the Italian company the 2009 “Best of the Year” Interior Design Award. This collection includes a stainless steel washbasin, white ceramic toilet and stainless steel shower tray, folding wood shelves and benches.

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It creates a very pleasant and sophisticated feeling, mostly due to the impressing amount of wood included in this collection. Actually, the only features that is not made of wood is the toilet seat. But I’m sure it’s not going to take long before someone comes up with an idea of how to transform that feature too. Until than you’ll have to deal with the old and classic design.

I really like this collection. I appreciate the fact that the designers have chosen to preserve the natural color of the wood. With furniture like this, the bathroom will soon become a place to hang out in.


Published by in Bathroom Vanities, on January 6th, 2010

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