LG Hausys’ HI-MACS acrylic stone has been showcased in an eye-catching bathroom design by the Atvangarde Interior Design Team.
With its hygienic and waterproof qualities, HI-MACS was specified as the ideal material both for the walls as well as the fittings in the bathroom.
The furniture, countertop and sink are composed from the natural acrylic stone, and the ability to seamlessly join it has made it possible for the entire structure to flow smoothly, whilst also achieving a surface that is easy to maintain.
As the bathroom is designed for children, the architect chose contrasting colours for the doors and draws and, matching the colours to the HI-MACS used elsewhere, used waterproof pastel shades on painted MDF. Additionally, the handles were painted in contrasting colours to create a more powerful visual effect.
The use of HI-MACS Alpine White to clad the wall was used to give the rest of the room a neutral appearance, whilst the fact there are no visible seams ensures a continuous surface.
The design team opted to introduce the colours Banana, Lemon Squash, Light Green and Gray in harmony with the fitting.
Another striking element of the design is the radiator created from HI-MACS, which uses the same design which is found in the wall cladding.
Equipped with a stain effect stainless steel towel rack, the radiator provides the necessary warmth due to the copper coil that sits behind the HI-MACS cover.
LG Hausys Europe,
HI-MACS® by LG Hausys,12 Avenue des Morgines,
Phone: 01892 704074
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