Terracotta tiles, bathroom fittings with a vintage look and bathroom cabinets in colonial style: Spanish bathrooms bring Mediterranean glamor into your own four walls. The country’s furnishing style in the heart of southern Europe is eclectic and is characterized by many influences of different architectural styles. At the heart of the design concept is the relationship with nature that is typical of the Mediterranean. We explain what the most important furnishing principles are, what you have to pay attention to when planning the room and how you can bring Spanish flair to the bathroom.
Generously cut, practical, stylishly furnished and designed in natural nuances: the bathroom in the Spanish style has a lot to offer. Perhaps that’s why Spanish bathrooms are more popular now than ever. They bring a romantic touch from other epochs with them, combine style with functionality and ensure sensual aesthetics through the use of fine materials. But what is the charm of the Mediterranean baths? It depends on the successful mix of materials and styles. Since the Spanish colonists conquered large parts of North and South America in the 16th and 17th centuries, immigrants have left many deep traces in the colonies. The colonial countries also had a great influence on Spanish architecture. This is reflected in the interior design of the haciendas.