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The Electronic Bidet is a seamless integration between toilet seat and bidet. Japanese toilets are becoming more popular in Australia with many people traveling to Asia and experiencing the the hygienic self cleansing japanese toilets. With a combination toilet and bidet most feature heated seats and water temperature control and most japanese toilets have a sanitizing function. The very upmarket japanese toilets also feature sensor flush and a sensor to open and close the seat lid as well as a wide variety of drying functions. Until now there have been very little to the design aspect of japanese toilets but in recent developments we see a trend to soft curves and clean lines.

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The bathroom is now considered one of the most important rooms of the home and no longer merely functional and hardworking spaces where we wash and go, bathrooms have changed dramatically in recent years. And so have Japanese toilets and bathroom tapware. Bathrooms are often a top priority for a home renovation, and with good reason. When it comes time to resell, a “bathroom can make or break a deal.” Bathrooms are fast becoming an area of the home where you can showcase modern design and the latest trends. Far from the bland functional spaces that we saw in the 80s and 90s. It’s about time too given the amount of time we spend in the bathroom. So why not splurge on creating a beautiful space.

If you’re planning a bathroom renovation with Japanese toilets or you are in the process of building, this article is for you. Stay ahead of the trend and future proof your bathroom with these 2017 and 2018 bathroom trends.

Japanese toilets are constantly evolving and we’re now seeing the introduction of strong vertical lines that are achieved through large elongated bathroom tiles. This look provides simplicity and elegance in design. The organic Japanese toilets movement is only just getting started. A range of soft organic finishes and cladding is flooding the market and when combined with high end masonry, it can give a warm function juxtaposition. Wood and stone is always a good combination.

The popularity of Japanese toilets will increase in coming years. In the past, it was often a tricky job designing a functional bathroom with enough room for Japanese toilets. Elegant Japanese toilets are now available in a range of sizes, and some much smaller to be able to fit almost any space.

Japanese toilets are becoming increasingly experimental and breaking the mould of the traditional silver colourings. Japanese toilets have been around for a while now but it is set to become increasing popular in 2017 when coupled with the new bathroom materials that are coming onto the market. Experimental shapes and colours now offer a palate for almost any design and look. Moving along with the organic trend, we are also seeing plants creep their way into a large number of bathroom designs. Complementing Japanese toilets and tapware can be selected to bring life into bathroom designs and colours that will place emphasis on ferns, green walls and small bathroom plants.

Whilst we can’t predict the future, it certainly seems clear that 2017 will be all about organic materials, bold use of colour, finishes and lines as well as emerging shapes in the world of the Japanese toilets. After a long day at work there is almost nothing more calming, relaxing and able to relieve the stress than a warm bath in your own perfectly designed and built bathroom.

The design of any new Japanese toilets needs to flow, to give the bathroom space a functional, practical but stylish, warm and elegant appeal. Your bathroom needs to be one of those rooms in which everything works and works in such a way that it feels natural and easy to use. Built with high quality, long lasting top of the line parts and components your Japanese toilets will add value to your home and peace of mind for you. Bathrooms are one of the selling points that all new home buyers look at when purchasing – a great way to help guarantee a successful sale of your house is to renovate the bathroom.

Our professional Team of Designers will put together a design to maximise the space, incorporating your shower mixer and chosen products and features. Create bathroom bliss! Our gallery of modern Japanese toilets are guaranteed to inspire you to decorate and relax in style. See our range of Japanese toilets, ideas and inspirations from Galvin Design. Find your style from the range of Japanese toilets and whether its a full bathroom remodeling or just an update, the options are almost limitless – the design options of fixtures.

Be sure to choose Japanese toilets from a quality manufacturer, this will guarantee you value and a lasting result without the expensive price-tag. A reputable manufacturer will export their bath spout all over the world and be showcased in many of the hotels and apartments as well as residential projects. Their manufacturing techniques are always far superior to any one else and will also offer a design aspect to their Japanese toilets.

While we believe that the best design happens when you have a keen sense of your own personal style, there are always foundational design principles that help to create an amazing space. And when it comes to bathrooms, it pays to get the design right – after all, it’s one of the costliest areas to remodel. Bathrooms are hard – not to mention expensive – to renovate. When it comes to a Japanese toilets, go for classic and neutral to ensure longevity. Subway tiles, white walls and brass will all stand the test of time. Look at the space you have: is there really enough room for a bath, a shower, his and hers Japanese toilets. Work with the space you have. You use the bathroom at all times of day, so your lighting needs to work. Go for overhead or down lights, or even a skylight if you can afford it. Wall-mounted lighting is good for the vanity (especially if you have a penchant for tricky eye makeup). If you have the space – and privacy – for a window, go for it. Natural light is beautiful in a bathroom. Whether your intentions are to refresh and reinvigorate or to relax and be pampered, a beautiful bathroom is essential. With so many design elements and trending finishes to play with it can be difficult to find your style. Here are four design tips to consider when designing your dream bathroom. Selection of a Japanese toilets crucial and can transform a bathroom from a basic functional space into a retreat. Tiles have made a huge comeback and are a great way to introduce interest through texture, pattern, matt or gloss finishes to the space.