Fans of more traditional bathroom arrangements will like this one also from American Standard. A corner shower with a partial glass wall toilet with a tank and single basin vanity comprise this tiled bathroom. Any of these elements would be easy to incorporate into an existing bathroom for an instant design refresh.
The Suite borrows its elegance from retro and classical bathtubs. Its sinuous lines and the signature fold back edge give it a distinguished look and a strong identity. Further more given that it revisits the classical tub design it fits in a variety of different bathroom decors and styles.
Another new design this year focuses on architectural details. Following the trend of black framed doors and windows this shower has a matte black frame that sits on the outside of the glass leaving the inside seam-free and a snap to clean. Zitta’s shower glass is also coated to resist spotting and ease cleaning. The look is perfect for an urban bathroom design that needs a bit of edginess or for an industrial element in other bathroom design styles.
First up this bathroom from American Standard’s luxury line DXV shows how you can combine a traditional bathroom with leading edge bathroom fixtures. Dark gray paneled walls and a herringbone floor set the stage for modern sconces and a floating backlit mirror that sit above a floating vanity. A modern rectangular sink and floating wall unit complete the main section. The wall-mounted toiled is minimalist and helps add a sleek edge to the room.
Freestanding bathtubs are usually the most interesting and eye-catching ones. The ones in the Papillon series are especially beautiful. Each tub is carved is carved from a single block of material and is made to order with the possibility to be customized. You can choose from seven different materials and finishes including granite travertine sandstone limestone and Carrara marble. The sandstone version looks very much like a wooden bathtub and that can potentially give the entire room a luxurious spa-like feel.
Painting the walls a fresh light color. Keep in mind that less contrast (e.g. lighter walls surrounding your white porcelain fixtures) will make the space feel bigger whereas higher contrast (e.g. darker walls) will add higher energy and visual busy-ness to the bathroom.