The stylish Beyond bathtub by Claudia Danelon and Federico Meroni

When you design or decorate a home you want every little piece of it to be as beautiful as the rest. This means you have to pay special attention to each room. The bathroom is as important as any other part of the house and it should be treated as such. Still, it’s particularly difficult to find pieces for this space that meet such expectations. You can be one step closer with the Pietraluce bathtub.

The bathtub was designed by Claudia Danelon and Federico Meroni and it’s part of the Beyond Collection. What makes this bathtub so unique and stylish is its minimalist design and delicate lines. The tub is fixed in a monolith block in cladding polystyrene and it has a self-standing frame. The bathtub itself is very simple. It has a minimalist design, with a curved shape and delicate lines.

The egg-shaped tub is modern creation with a very stylish and chic look. It’s dimensions and design also allow it to be versatile and easy to incorporate in both small and large bathrooms. The overall dimensions of the tub are 185x109x60h. The monolith it stands on measures 245x80x45h. The tub is available in several different colors and textures including matt white, matt black, glossy white and glossy black. You can choose the one that better complements your home.

Published by in Bathtub, on April 4th, 2012


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