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Colour expertise by Villeroy & Boch and Gesa Hansen

Published: 6 January 2022 - Neil Mead
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Villeroy & Boch and designer Gesa Hansen have revealed their personal colour secrets with their digital Colour Wheel, which allows you to easily experiment with different shades to set the tone for your new bathroom. The Colour Wheel is accompanied by interior design examples which illustrate how the colour selection can completely transform a bathroom.

Colour changes everything

It’s a real game changer: colour has made a dazzling comeback in the bathroom over the last few years, and it’s hardly surprising. Colour creates atmosphere and evokes emotions – it’s both a personal statement and a reflection of current trends. This is particularly true when it is skilfully applied. To help you achieve perfect effects, Villeroy & Boch and Gesa Hansen are revealing their personal colour secrets with the digital Colour Wheel. 

Find your favourite colour

Strong red shade? Serene blue? Or maybe you prefer an earthy greige? The first step in planning any colour scheme is deciding which shade will set the tone in your new bathroom. Villeroy & Boch’s digital Colour Wheel allows you to very easily experiment with different looks. Numerous interior design examples illustrate just what can be achieved with different colours – and how the colour selection can completely transform a bathroom.

Skilful combinations

 

Professionals like Gesa Hansen use different methods to skilfully combine colours. The Colour Wheel allows everyone to very easily experiment with combinations such as triad, monochrome, complementary or analogue. To complete the look created with the Colour Wheel, Villeroy & Boch offers products such as the Artis and Loop & Friends washbasin collections as well as bathroom furniture from the premium Finion collection. You can find the perfect sparring partners for colourful experiments in the Legato and Collaro bathroom furniture series or the timeless Subway 3.0 complete bathroom collection. And with the Colour on Demand concept, a bath can also add a colourful touch to your dream bathroom. 

Find the Colour Wheel and colour tips from Gesa Hansen at: https://www.villeroy-boch.co.uk/bathroom-and-wellness/inspiration/bathroom-design/colour-in-the-bathroom.html

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