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The Modular Esperanto Collection Allows Users to Customize Their Bathroom

 - Oct 5, 2015
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Like a growing amount of modern furniture and decor, the Esperanto bathroom units boast modular designs that allow themselves to be arranged in various ways based on a homeowner's needs or preferences.

Designed by Monica Graffeo, the collection includes cabinets that can be hung from the wall, stood on the floor or placed on existing tables. From there, a selection of sinks, mirrors and lamps can be added to complete the look. The customizable design allows for units to be set up vertically, horizontally or in entirely unique ways. For instance, the long arm of an extendable lamp can be pushed over a toilet on one side of the room and moved to the other in order to illuminate a mirror.

The modularity makes these bathroom units highly functional whether the bathroom be large, small or even non-existent in the case of a bachelor apartment consisting of just one room.