We offer a wide range of colours so that our products blend harmoniously into your bathroom landscape. For those who like it elegant and timeless, our products are also available in high gloss.
Our standard colours include: pure white, stone grey, anthracite grey and high gloss anodised. The colours to order are pastel yellow, ruby red and lavender blue.
Can't find the right colour? Ask us, and we are sure to find a solution.
First in the morning, last in the evening. That's a very good way to describe our bathrooms. When designing at a young age, the focus is on the needs of the next 20 or 30 years. The motivation varies from a raised standard of living for two-person households, to starting a family with one or two children, to a multi-generational house with a granny flat to enable grandparents to be cared for or children to be cared for by grandparents in the first step. It is always important to think about accessibility right now.
What does accessible mean?
Participation does not work without accessibility. If places, spaces, means of communication are not barrier-free, fundamental things are denied. But what precisely does accessibility mean? Many people think of accessibility in terms of ramps, wide doors and avoiding trip hazards. Accessibility means that public places, buildings, workplaces and homes, but also means of transport, everyday objects, services and leisure facilities are designed in such a way that they are accessible to everyone without assistance.
Accessibility affects everyone
Accessibility also affects people without disabilities, as they may need it themselves at some point. Because in most cases an illness or an accident causes a disability. And of course, none of us are getting any younger. The 50+ generation is now the biggest section of the population in Germany. Many people are also choosing an accessible bathroom conversion in order to stay in their own home in old-age. At the same time, the bathroom should remain a feel-good zone and not have the appearance of a sterile hospital bathroom. Today, the 50+ generation wants luxury at first glance and assistance at second glance in the bathroom. We fulfil this wish with our barrier-free products: Whether hinged support bar, shower hand rail, shower rail or stool. It doesn't matter whether your leg is broken, you want to sit comfortably while shaving or you can only enjoy your bath to a limited extent without assistance: Accessibility affects us all.
Accessibility in the bathroom?
Accessibility is particularly important in the bathroom - Erlau's domain. It is not just about implementation in accordance with relevant standards of barrier-free planning such as DIN 18040 in Germany, Ö-Norm B1600 in Austria or SIA 500 in Switzerland, but also of designing the most private of all rooms with aids that not only enable everyone to use them without restriction, but also simply look good. Accessibility and design are certainly not mutually exclusive.
The accessible bathroom is luxury
Once you are a happy owner of an accessible bathroom, your life is much more luxurious. Why? Because an accessible bathroom represents comfort in all stages of life. Accessible bathrooms are especially for young families, people with disabilities and senior citizens, but also for people of all ages who love progress and simplicity.
A barrier-free bathroom combines practicality with comfort and elegance
How does it work? Very simply. When planning, ensure sufficient movement areas, wide corridors, level access and room planning so that different types of use can be realised.
Erlau brand accessible bathrooms
At first glance, you see a stylishly fitted bathroom. With an accessible bathroom featuring Erlau solutions, you only recognise the helpers at second glance. Whether it is the shelf or the shower rail for you to hold onto, or a practical hinged shower seat, which is unobtrusively at your disposal. All helpers blend harmoniously into your designer bathroom. Our accessories are also eye-catchers and round off your future-orientated bathroom. Treat yourself to the luxury that an accessible bathroom offers.
In addition to a sanitary room, there are often other areas and products in the living space that need to be made accessible. These include, for example, windows and doors, walls and floors, furniture and fittings as well as mobility and technology. As a suggestion and guide, we can recommend gabana - the Agency for Accessibility. Here you will find recommendations for products and manufacturers involving the subject of accessibility. Mrs Grundmann from gabana gives the Erlau the following assessment:
"Expectations and habits in the home often change rapidly. With its stylish products, Erlau provides timeless and accessible comfort, which not only I, but now also many of my customers appreciate. Insider information: Tradesmen particularly praise the well thought-out and easy-to-fit modular grab bar system.”