Instabilelab, not your ordinary bathroom Instabilelab, not your ordinary bathroom
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Instabilelab, not your ordinary bathroom

Written by Redazione |

23 September 2019

A wonderful world of incredible graphics: this is the new concept of bathroom designed by Instabilelab, thanks to its collections of waterproof graphics dedicated to floors, walls, ceiling and trendy showers and made to amaze and engage.

In fact, the company has been able to go beyond the traditional use of the wallpaper, creating unique graphics and outstanding effects thanks to the research for new textures and materials: this way, Instabilelab now offers a combination of products and wallpapers that create a real scenography.

In addition, Instabilelab offers wallpaper that depending from the fabric can be used for: humid areas (such as the shower area) called FibraTex and FibraGlass, for floors (Texfloor) and lamps (Beautiful Light) and for carpets as well (Carpetia); all of these items can be used in bathroom environments individually or all together (creating the project Custom-me) with an unique image for and outstanding result.

A surprising project for unique and exclusive environments with a strong visual impact.

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