Designed by Rogerseller, the Tectonic Accessories collection comprises a series of floating plates that can be positioned in various planes and axis to each other, representative of the floating plates that make up the Earth’s surface and their dynamic relationships to each other – divergent, convergent and transformation.
ThermoGroup has expanded their range of Thermorail 12 volt single bar heated towel rails.
Tina Frey’s Water Bath collection has struck an ideal balance of understated elegance with a handmade edge that makes each item feel personal.
Zone Denmark utilises minimalist design with quality materials to create products that function well, yet are beautiful to look at. Their Ume range of bathroom accessories, available at Oliver Thom, focuses on a soft design and colour range.
ThermoGroup’s new square vertical Thermorail heated towel rail can make a bathroom design statement during any home renovation, especially where space is limited.
Kohler’s “vintage” collection of bathroom accessories references the form and ornamentation of the Edwardian period to match their Artifacts tapware.
Bentu’s Hui Bathroom Accessories are made using new and recycled demolition concrete.
From colourful curations to metallics and terrazzo, 2019 will see old favourites in bathroom design emerge again, according to Highgrove Bathrooms.
The industrial look that has crept into bathroom design is expected to remain strong in 2019. Here are Methven’s top five bathroom design elements for the industrial look:
Bathroom design trends for summer 2018/19 include bold colours and remarkable mirrors; along with timeless favourites like brushed brass finishes and bespoke concrete textures.
Kohler has released a collection of bathroom accessories in a range of precious metal finishes: rose gold; brushed bronze; and brushed nickel.
Kohler has created a themed approach to modern vintage with coordinated tapware and bathroom accessories.