Designed by the revered Italian Architect and Designer, Franco Sargiani, the Fantini Acquadolce 2-Function Shower Rose has recently been added to the Rogerseller collection of bathroom products.
Bezzoni Tapware by Barben Architectural Hardware Includes the recently added Time and Design-O ranges featuring solid brass construction.
From colourful curations to metallics and terrazzo, 2019 will see old favourites in bathroom design emerge again, according to Highgrove Bathrooms.
Methven’s T?roa, powered by their VJet™ shower technology, is a sleek stainless steel design, intended to meet diverse shower needs and experiences at different times.
Paco Jaanson recently introduced the Bold Lever tapware range by IB Rubinetterie offering an alternative to the original round hand-wheel, yet with the same industrial flair.
Reminiscent of Vintage Art Deco microphones, the Eccentric by Rogerseller shower collection incorporates distinct elongated perforations that are synonymous with the microphones of the time.
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.
The warm, burnished tones and earthy, industrial sheen of the Spin Brushed Brass Mixer can offer a stylish touch to any bathroom makeover.
Kohler has created a themed approach to modern vintage with coordinated tapware and bathroom accessories.
Kohler’s Converge utilises the latest showering technology
The QUOSS Reno Transformer is the only way to transform 2 taps into a single mixer without breaking walls