Specialising in the production of large-scale slabs for walls and decorative furnishings, Infinity Surfaces offers a wide range of quality, Italian-made engineered surfaces.
The slabs are all scratch-resistant, heat-resistant, durable and easy to clean, making it a great choice for kitchens and bathrooms where high-quality finishes are always a worthwhile investment.
Bathrooms, specifically, are great rooms to invest in and can easily increase the value of a property.
Here, the team from Infinity Surfaces share their three top tips and products for creating a luxe modern bathroom that will be well worth every cent.
- Choose porcelain
“Nothing says opulence like a porcelain-clad bathroom! Typically, a smaller area in the home, people have now started to expand this space into a larger sanctuary. Using porcelain such as Infinity Surfaces is the perfect way to bring a contemporary and fresh feeling to the space. It’s also a good way to keep the space timeless so you don’t have to renovate often. Trending across interior design, well-thought-out bathroom installations have become a definitive statement of design luxury. Being non-porous and durable, Infinity Surfaces not only offers a variety of aesthetics but also surfaces that will stand the test of time. In this bathroom, Calacatta Oro was used. It offers classic marble veining but with touches of gold amongst the grey. The consistency in this design makes for a continuous and soft flow on your countertops as well as wall/vanity cladding that will not date.”
2. Opt for large-format slabs or tiles
“Gone are the days of having to select your grout colour and tile size – large-scale Infinity Surfaces porcelain slabs create seamless walls with few join lines. This is a jaw-dropping wall cladding installation featuring Crystal Ice Infinity porcelain. ”
3. Go for a mix of materials
“From the walls to the floors, we all know that porcelain is a popular choice for flooring, and Infinity large-scale slabs are no different. Seen here is our industrial Concrete Grey utilised for the bathroom and shower flooring. Modern bathrooms allow for us to be creative with mixing materials, and as you can see, bringing in a natural wood finish works well even though it’s not an obvious choice.”