The dream of a unique and sophisticated bathroom
Refined atmospheres and a definite taste for décor are the leitmotiv of the new Scavolini Bathrooms Baltimora collection. In line with the style of the kitchen programme by the same name, one of Scavolini's greatest historic successes, the new bathroom line reviews the dictates of classicist architecture in a contemporary key.
An exaltation of the concept of "Made in Italy", the absolute value that has always been the hub of the company mission, Baltimora is a proposal with an important character, designed for an international public able to embody the dream of a refined, exclusive bathroom, thanks to the valuable solutions and multiple opportunities for personalisation. There is a wide, diversified range of handles, making for a total of 18 different solutions ensuring maximum personalisation of the ambiance. Other special features of the programme include the elegant mirror units offered in the Luxury versions, with sinuous sculpture-like relief décor and the refined, important Miró frame; the large display cabinets to furnish prestigious environments and the architectures with neoclassic style moulding offered in various different depths and widths, fixed or able to be opened; the bases with curved end elements; the dedicated lighting with elegant wall lamps that complete and exalt the overall result. Careful attention is paid to detail for example in the wooden feet of the units and washbasin holding base with fixed drawer.
Stand-alone or combined with wall units and cupboards, vanity unit compositions bring prestige to small or complex spaces. To the side, a detail of the suspended composition in Nimbus Oak with Black Quarz top. Simpler in design, this composition has exquisitely figured handles and features Black sanitary fittings and chromed accessories with a severe elegance.
Baltimora completes the articulated programme of environments for the bathroom furnishing range, which also includes a further 6 collections of contemporary design furniture that differ according to door type and opening system, with a total of 165 different finishes and more than 1,500 articles. The common thread running through all collections is the great modularity, the numerous different finishes and colours and the painstaking attention to detail.