New Bath Technology

The best new products for baths are beautiful and functional.

Bathing Beauties
We like our bathrooms chic, sleek, and functional. Every bit of new technology that adds luxury, saves time, and looks good is on the list. Built-ins are out and beautiful pieces of furniture are in, especially those made of exotic woods and natural materials.

A gleaming bronze vessel for the contemporary bath, “Papillon” is $1,150 at www.stoneforest.com.
It’s crystal clear why this hand-blown and cast glass pedestal and basin makes a strong statement. Vitraform’s “Cubetto” Pedestal is $9,800 (sans faucet) at www.vitraform.com.
No one says modern like Philippe Starck for Duravit. The definitive freestanding tub, Starck Edition 1, “Oval Bath Tub” with whirlpool available, $4,950 at www.duravit.com.
Why wait for a cup in the kitchen? Pick your favorite pod and pour one with this espresso machine before you leave the bath. “Le Cube,” $349 in Titan Gray at www.nespresso.com.
Store it in style with adjustable drawers for customization. DECOLAV cherry wood console, $2,557 at www.decolav.com.
Like stepping into the rain, the “WaterTile Rain” ceiling-mounted shower panel provides a satisfying soak, starting at $535.50 at www.kohler.com.
Natural, Texas-grown mesquite wood tile takes on patina and personality over time. “Mesquite,” starting at $42.66 per square foot at www.annsacks.com.
A two-handled chrome faucet with a touch of glass, “Vivid,” from Moen’s ShowHouse Collection, is $885 at www.moen.com.

 

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