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5 Stylish Bathroom Scene-Stealers

Fresh takes on tubs, faucets and more for palatial loos

By Eric Mutrie


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


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


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


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


 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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