Want to bathe in luxury? Italian designer bathroom company have recently launched a new collection of baths that could make bathtime even more divine!
The Divina Collection has been produced in collaboration with designer Massimo Farinatti and helps fulfill the idea that the ultimate bathroom experience should help promote relaxation and wellbeing.
There are three shapes of baths in the collection, which help to cover all bathroom needs.
There’s the classic rectangular shape of Divina, with its centre taps and deep bathing experience:
The asymmetric Divina O is wider at one end than the other. It’s a bit of a different design, but could make a strong statement in a contemporary home:
Last, but definitely not least, is the semi-circular Divina C. This is a very good looking corner bath that’s ideal for bathrooms where you can’t fit a standard rectangular bath. Unlike some corner baths though, this one definitely doesn’t compromise on size:
All three of these baths have been carefully designed and made to provide users with a luxury product. They don’t skimp on space and each of them has a deep interior, so you can sink down comfortably and enjoy some quality time to relax.
The relaxation element is enhanced by the addition of the hydromassage feature. It’s a great way to feel like you’re at a spa, yet be in the comfort of your own home.
In keeping with a luxury product range, there are a number of accessories, fixtures and fittings that you can choose from too. If you’d prefer to have a coloured side on your bath, rather than polished white, then panelling is available in a range of finishes, including grain, wenge, striped white and soft white.
There are also side and central trays available – great for propping up a book to read, or somewhere to rest your glass of wine – and a head rest to ensure your whole body is enveloped in comfort.
If you’re keen to create a luxury spa-like bathroom in your home, then the Divina Collection could tick all the right boxes!
Discover more about the range in the video below:
For more details, visit www.novellini.co.uk/divina.html or check out their Facebook page www.facebook.com/novellini.official
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