Design & Style
The main “Diesel touch” features in the bathroom collection
This is Diesel, and you can tell: Diesel Open Workshop and Misfits Bathroom are the two bathroom collections created from Scavolini’s partnership with Diesel Living, a brand with an irreverent soul that has transferred and reintroduced a few typical kitchen elements into the room dedicated to well-being, achieving the right compromise between domestic functionality and exclusive style. So what is Diesel touch? Let’s find out together what the main features of the entire collection are!
An industrial style marks both of the brand’s collections, which are expressed through an explicit and metropolitan language.
In line with this strong personality is definitely the use of glass, presented with entirely innovative custom shaping: Ribbed and Smoky Glass for the Diesel Open Workshop, Soft Industrial Glass, Soft Steel and Bronze for the Misfits Bathroom line, unique effects shown off by the frame door, wall units, shelves and cabinets.
The Diesel touch can also be seen in the choice of details, which emphasise the industrial twist given to the range, defining a bathroom collection that is never understated and is just waiting to be discovered.
One of the most striking features is the corner or linear plaque with a stud and “mesh” effect texture, available in Bronze or Soft Steel finish, fitted into the thickness of the top as a true style signature.
towel rail designed by Diesel in the Diesel Open Workshop line as a swivel tube for both the washbasin and bidet, which can also be used as a floor-standing partition, and in the Misfits Bathroom model as a side or wall-mounted support, offering the utmost practicality and contemporary design.
Remember how we told you about Diesel Living’s desire to inherit some of the kitchen cabinets and put them in the bathroom under a new perspective?
Namely, two types are proposed and borrowed to house the washbasin: the Misfit CART and Misfit CHEST monoblocs, which respectively take on the shapes of the cart and cupboard designed with the Diesel Social Kitchen model.
The elements not only evoke the silhouettes of the iconic kitchen cabinets, but also reflect their functionality, offering ample space to store clean linen, accessories and all other typical bathroom objects.
In general, the two collections feature various storage cabinets with compositions that also benefit from the heights.
We can see it in this Diesel Open Workshop with 50 cm high base units for the “Shape” white ceramic undermount washbasin cabinet, 125 cm high display cabinet with glass shelves and Ribbed Glass door, large 75 cm high vanity unit with glass door and inner drawer unit. All three are fitted with a Motley Quarz top, Soft Steel profiles and feet and Prestige White Matt Lacquered plain doors. As you can see, Diesel also has a hand in the contrasting combination of materials!