A Room For Rest


If I want to be alone, some place I can write, I can read, I can pray, I can cry, I can do whatever I want – I go to the bathroom – Alicia Keys

It’s no longer uncommon to hear people say that it’s a bathroom that makes or breaks a place. At Vianaar, our bathrooms are set up with a keen eye for detail. In fact, we’ve frequently been complimented on our efforts. This is one room where you can be truly alone so it’s essential that you always feel at ease and have ways to enjoy your own company.

An abundance of space accompanied by a sense of calm defines each of our bathrooms. As we are driven by the philosophy of maximum comfort and minimum effort, we maintain a clear distinction between the wet and dry areas. Gracious use of white and natural colour palettes complement the filtered light that pours in through the frosted windows.

Besides the beautiful white walls in most of our bathrooms, we also occasionally use IPS, which provides a modern yet versatile appeal. Furthermore, the Portuguese inspired flooring adds an element of colour and culture. As the concrete walls can be moulded to suit one’s needs, we try to create interesting textures and even shelf space within them. The copper fixtures add not only to the rustic charm, they also have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.

Besides the layout, we also take our environmental responsibility very seriously. The use of aerators provides for water conservation and environmentally friendly materials are used in the construction. As active experimentation is an important part of our design process, we fuse functionality with luxury to create the perfect experience for you. Whether it’s the addition of double vanity, a skylight or a deep tub to soak in, our final objective aims to ensure that our bathrooms make for a space where you can truly relax and unwind.

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