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5 Stylish Bathroom Scene-Stealers

Fresh takes on tubs, faucets and more for palatial loos

By Eric Mutrie

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Cloud by W2 by Wetstyle
The rolled rim and sensual curves of this elegant soaker make it a perfect showpiece; position it in the centre of a room to admire it from every angle. Manufactured from durable and eco-friendly Wetmar Bio, a proprietary mix of soy and mineral stone, it’s available in matte or glossy finishes. An overflow channel prevents flooded floors if you get distracted while filling up the tub. $4345, at Canaroma Bath & Tile

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Shawà 2 by Antonio Lupi
This freestanding stainless-steel shower column is a refined modern twist on the exposed-pipe bathroom fixtures popular in urban lofts. Choose it to add an intriguing hit of edgy industrial character to formal setups. Suitable for both indoors and out, it includes a curved streetlamp-esque showerhead, plus a handshower attached to a 150-centimetre hose. $9990, at Ernestomeda

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Dressage by Graff
This all-in-one walnut vanity is a sophisticated blend of rustic and modern. A sink, mirror, toiletries platform and storage drawers are each attached to a cabin-chic log set on elegantly splayed legs. The staggered heights of the components create a playful sculptural profile. $12,175, at Tiles Plus

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Pebble by Ronbow
French designer Ora Ito returns the bathroom sink to its simplest form with this river rock-shaped vanity. The glossy-white wood unit’s base slides out to provide a place for toothpaste and shaving cream, while an LED light ring around the mirror delivers beauty salon-like illumination. Cabinet modules can be wall-mounted a stone’s throw away to provide extra storage. $10,640, at Amati Canada

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 Libera 3D by Novello
Configure the lacquered particle-board elements of this modular vanity system, available in a range of colours and finishes, to create geometric compositions that maximize space and establish a graphic focal point. Open shelving provides a place to show off your designer fragrance collection, while extra toilet paper can be stashed out of sight in push-to-open drawers. Call for pricing, at Roman Bath Centre

Originally published in Issue 4, 2016 as Bathrooms Look Book: Stylish Standalones.


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