With the Colombine ensemble, Sanijura confirms its fine reputation. Here, the brand plays with contrasts, in order to infuse comfort and finesse into the bathroom.
A very contemporary vertical mirror goes with an elegant solid oak shelf, while the frosted glass countertop matches a solid oak under-table with openwork. The whole is lit by two black bubble suspensions, creating a pleasant light atmosphere. Combining beautiful materials and a sense of comfort, the designers imagine a piece of equipment that is both decorative and functional.
Robust and warm, solid oak has become inseparable from the Sanijura universe, which masters all its variations. Colombine is once again the illustration of this, since this set gives pride of place to this beautiful material. With a length of 140 cm, the washbasin cabinet is indeed distinguished by its openwork and graphic solid oak structure. The interior of the cabinet is also backlit, to allow light to pass between the cross members of the structure.
The bathroom cabinet with graphic shapes is associated with a black frosted glass table, a mirror with a lacquered wood frame and a solid oak shelf. Minimalist, the Colombine set will bring a touch of character to the bathroom.
A set on the way to becoming iconic.
Known for its bathroom equipment, Sanijura has been developing exceptional products for over a century, paying particular attention to the most complex demands of its customers. It was also by responding to a call for tenders for medicine cabinets in 1960 that Sanijura invented the first French bathroom cabinet. Sanijura's creativity was then illustrated in the creation of modular and turnkey furniture.
The choice of the editorial staff
Combining refined design and technical qualities, Colombine bathroom equipment brings softness and sensuality to this intimate space. A great achievement that the Muuuz editorial staff salute by awarding it the Muuuz International Award 2020 in the “Interior equipment / Bath equipment” category.
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