Guillaume Goguen. Bathroom. December 07th , 2017.
Freestanding tubs have become very popular in the past few years and the trend shows no signs of slowing down based on the offerings shown at IDS2017. Designers are presenting new finishes and shapes, as well as down-sized versions of luxurious tubs for smaller bathrooms. Native Trails showed this spectacular Santorini soaking tub, which is forged from high-quality recycled copper. Master coppersmiths spend weeks crafting the textured finish with thousands of hammer strikes.
While the use of dark grey might be considered a black cop-out to some, to others it might be as daring as they can muster up the courage to be. Design steps like this elicit applause. Warm woods work equally well against charcoal grey and ebony.
Sink designs such as this one are the updated version of the traditional pedestal sinks. These days the forms are simpler and less intricate, more focused on simplicity and the overall organic beauty. Marble sinks are always refined and elegant. In addition to that, each one is unique. The best way to showcase he marble’s beautiful and unique pattern and veins is in a solid and simple form.
A more formal design from Pier Deco features a powder room basin that has a stunning frame with elegant legs. The metal components add to the fancier feel that the thin legs provide. DXV from American Standard featured several full bathroom settings, such as this sleek and angular double sink vanity. The solid surface that extends to the floor in the front eliminates visual clutter and is very modern. A recessed center console provides space for toiletries or other necessities.
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