If you are looking for something fresh and inspiring, here is a collection of sinks, faucets, baths and showers that will make anyone’s bathroom a conversation piece!
The Waterfall faucet from Bandini allows water to flow in a wide, refreshing stream into a clear basin.
I love the ledge(s) above the faucet, which can be used to accommodate things decorative or functional. A sleek shelving system and mirror are available to complete the suite of offerings.
From Disegno Ceramica comes this whimsical wash basin set in a base counter which graphically illustrates the sink’s name: Splash. The wall hung basin shown below alternately reminds me of a water splash or an amoeba. What do you think?
The shower base design is certainly refreshing, but I wonder if there’s enough clear floor space inside the shower pan so the irregular shape won’t be a safety issue…
Designed by Shiro Studio and Benedini Associati for Agape, the Nivis pedestal sink is made of cristalplant, a new composite material that is inert, non-toxic, recyclable and restorable, perfectly suited for kitchens and baths.
In Latin, Nivis means snow – the blindingly white color and soft, pillowy curves resemble snow drifts in winter. It’s impossible to tell, but the main basin is connected to the small mound high up in the back corner, where the overflow drain is actually located.
The sculptural Prism sink by Bandini is made of Moon stone. Angular, twisted spirals can be set in any direction to suit personal preference.
The triangular stone pedestals look somewhat tipsy when placed side by side but maybe it’s just a matter of perspective…
The Loft basin from Botinger & Roi, a European luxury market upstart, is characterized by bold, bright and funky colors. The pedestal sinks sport a willowy asymmetric look that is both organic and sensuous.
The Swing sink from B Dutch is made of blue limestone. The unique material and sweeping shape make a lovely showpiece for any bathroom. At 63” w x 21.25” d x 2” h or the super compact 17.5” w x 11”d x 4.75” h, it is possible to fit the sink into almost any space.
Like a number of its foreign competition, Kohler‘s Numi serves double duty as toilet and bidet. The toilet also features an large night light panel in the back – very handy for anyone sleepwalking to the bathroom!
Its sleek design is complemented by a motion activated lid and seat, feet warmer (very important in the colder climes unless you have radiant floor heating), and music from built in speakers programmed via touch screen remote. The bathroom has never been so inviting…
From Omvivo comes a seamless and hygienic ‘washing vessel’ that pushes the boundaries of design. The slim and minimalist contemporary sink is available in double or single versions, and in corian or colored glass.