From Reece’s new custom vanity range to pastel hued subway tiles and Eastern influenced baths and basins, this month’s bathroom trend round-up features a diverse mix of the latest bathroom looks.
Reece Bathrooms Posh Domaine range: Bespoke design without the hefty price tag, this new range offers 27 vanity finishes and 13 bench top options that allow for an endless combination of configurations to suit every bathroom requirement, budget and taste.
Available in sizes ranging from 600mm to 1800mm with myriad door and drawer combinations to choose from you can also select from open shelf options, a tallboy, shaving cabinet and on-trend round mirror too. Vanities start from $799.
Beaumont Tiles’ Union range: We brought you 12 different ways to lay subway tiles recently and what better to do that with than the new Beaumont Tiles 2019 subway collection. Available in 10 pastel shades, two sizes and two finishes (satin and gloss), the chameleonic subway tile looks right at home in anything from a Scandinavian to a coastal or chic country interior.
Agape bathware: Available in Australia exclusively through Artedomus, the latest bath ware from iconic Italian brand Agape includes items inspired by the East as well as a rather enviable slimline bathtub.
Neri&Hu’s Immersion bath and Immersion basin address smaller living space constraints and are both inspired by the traditional timber bathing vessels used in Japan and China. The Neb collection, designed by Benedini Associati, includes a sleek bathtub and basin with an extremely thin and elegant profile.
IB Rubinetti TAAAC collection: Designed with versatility in mind by Italian designer Federico Castelli, this new tap ware collection is available at Paco Jaanson. Sleek without being too futuristic, the range is available in chrome brass, glossy white, glossy black and brushed nickel finishes in everything from wash basin mixers to shower heads. From $200.
Highgrove Bathrooms Jones & Jones wall mount blackbutt timber vanity: The timber vanity has been a popular bathroom look for a while now and this latest version proves the trend continues to have legs. Transforming what can be a clinical space into one with warmth is what makes the timber vanity an enduring look.
To create the look and feel of a full-timber grain, a thin layer of blackbutt timber is fused to a solid vanity core in this eco-friendly design. From $980.