Neolith® has been used for the incredible bathrooms featured in a new residential project on La Maison France 5.
La Maison France 5 is a famous French TV show that explores the world of renovations and interior design. Journalist Stéphane Thébaut hosts 5-minute episodes showcasing practical ideas, useful tips and the latest interior design trends through real renovation projects taking place all over France.
One of the most recent episodes highlighted the renovations of a home in the 8th district of Paris which is being transformed into a modern and elegant home featuring Neolith® as the chosen material for the two bathrooms designed by Michel Duhaubois, the prestigious leading interior design brand in France.
Bright and Elegant Bathrooms
For the first bathroom, Perene selected Neolith® Blanco Carrara, The Blanco Carrara slabs with subtle veining applied on the walls created a clean and luxurious look. The show demonstrated how installers skillfully positioned the large Neolith® slabs so it would look like Italian marble although thinner and with greater resistance.
Going for a rather different look, the terrazo-inspired Retrostone was used in the second bathroom.The neutral tones of Retrostone chosen for vanity top created an attractive visual contrast against the glacial blue tone used on the walls and cabinets, offering a very refreshing appearance of the space.
Neolith® Pietra di Osso was specified for the floors. Inspired by limestone, it offers a neutral base which perfectly combines with the rest of the bathroom tones.
This wonderful comprehensive renovation completely transformed the monotonous interiors into an elegant home with a very characteristic style evoking Parisian sophistication.