Villeroy & Boch was founded in 1748 by iron master François Boch and his three sons, all of whom had previously worked as blacksmiths. The company began in the Lorraine village of Audun le Tiche, where the iron master developed a pottery business with the assistance of his apprentices. The company created the world's first tile production plant devoted only to architectural tiles in 1869. Villeroy and Boch has a long and distinguished history of producing high-quality ceramic and sanitary goods. This expertise has been used to the creation of a wide variety of appealing, contemporary, and comfortable WC units and bidets for the house.
This Swiss-based firm has been in operation for almost a century. The company's products are intended to be cost-effective and ecologically friendly. They have received many design honors throughout the years, including award-winning design. Innovative manufacturing techniques and water conservation strategy are also something Laufen is renowned for. Because it has been created with benefits in mind, Laufen furniture has a really elegant and attractive appearance. The Laufen Pro A units, with their distinct tablet forms, provide a subtle European elegance to the decor. The Pro B and Pro C basins feature a neutral style with a curved front that is equally well-suited for family, corporate, or public building restrooms. Bidets and toilets are comfy, practical, and beautiful. Wall-hung, back-to-wall, and close-coupled toilets offer a distinct aspect of light and space to the bathroom. Stefano Giovannoni created the Il Bagno Alessi series of bathtubs, washbasins, WCs, bidets, and cisterns.
The bathroom is a place that you need use of many times a day. The way you arrange the tiles in the bathroom often influences making your bathroom appear larger. If you have a shallow toilet, a safer choice for a spatial effect is to lay the tile lengthwise. To make your bathroom look bigger, use bright colors specifically for the walls. Furniture on the legs is another way to make the bathroom look larger.