In the current post we present six examples of new products bath and bath accessories stylis and innovative. Bath that combines elements of traditional and modern designs resulting in high artistic merit. via
A Place of Respite
A bath with soaking tub made by designer Patrick Sutton of Patrick Sutton Associates taking inspiration from the elegant classic look of a London townhouse.
A ceramic bathroom collaboration duravit with Philippe Starck. This design combines the efficiency with chic. Ceramic chic which can be used for storing toiletries such as soap, hand shop or a toothbrush.
Porcher’s new freestanding bathtubs are available in traditional, classic and minimalist designs; each offers light or chromatherapy, air massage, water massage and more. Pictured here, the Tetsu Slim/Tetsu Wide tub is inspired by clean-lined Japanese design.
Home by the Sea
Porcelanosa began life more than 30 years ago in Castellon, Spain, beside the Mediterranean Sea. Today, its line of mosaic porcelain tiles—including Mosaico Glacier Marinos, pictured here—offers vibrant colors reminiscent of the company’s original seaside home.
A Sculptural Motif
Graff’s Fontaine faucet collection combines sleek, modular lines with metallic shades to create a sculptural look reminiscent of an Art Deco skyscraper. Available finishes include polished chrome and brushed or satin nickel.
Form meets function in Sonoma Cast Stone’s Double Wave Tub with its unique geometric shape. The curves of the tub follow the contours of the human body. Further enhancing the bathing experience, the tub offers embedded heating coils to maintain water temperature. Finishes include MetalCrete, pewter, bronze, steel and copper.