It’s that time again when we bring you our latest fabulous bathroom finds. From Hollywood Regency style vanities to chic vintage inspired tapware, this month has been a great one for bathrooms.
Kohler Artifact collection: Inspired by Edwardian tapware, this new range by Kohler has smart vintage lines (detailed turnings and finials, elegant spouts and swing-lever handles) and is available in oil-rubbed bronze, vibrant brushed bronze and polished chrome finishes. From $199.
Stegbar Grange black shower screen: Testament to the staying power of black as a legitimate bathroom finish, Stegbar has released a new range of slim black shower screen frames. “Not just an on-trend hue, black is also timeless and ever-sophisticated,” says Stegbar marketing director Christine Evans. Oui oui!
Vanity by Design vanities: Jen came across this company recently and we’re pretty taken with their vanities that are organised into three classic collections – Hamptons, Hollywood Regency and Contemporary. Made from solid timber and natural marble or granite bench tops, these are pre-fab with flair. From $1400.
apaiser SOKA bath and basin collection: Reminiscent of a Japanese bathhouse, I can’t think of a more minimal, linear, sharp-edged range. Both the bath and basin feature functional shallow trays too. $820 (basin) and $6195 (bath).
Scarabeo Bucket basin: This basin looks much like a bucket with the chrome ‘handle’ working as a nifty hand towel rail. Available in nine designs including one emblazoned with a paint drip, another with a basketball hoop and another with a fish, these certainly are conversation starters. From $950.