From a crisp green basin to elegant rounded tapware and statement marble baths, this month’s bathroom round up is a truly mixed bag.
Brodware Halo range: Available in over 40 striking finishes, the new Halo range from Brodware includes basin mixers, wall sets, kitchen mixers and more but it’s the gorgeous round lever that we really love. The bespoke finish option is super convenient also as it means any bathroom, powder room or kitchen can be fully customised. From $611.
Gallaria Atollo bath: While it never went out of vogue, marble has been at the forefront for a while now and this bath should ensure its relevance for some time longer. Made by Sydney based Galleria under its ‘Mamo’ brand, the luxury freestanding bath is a beautifully carved artisan piece that features soft curved edges and is finished with anti-stain products for longevity.
The bath is available in five finishes including white marble ‘Bianco Carrara’, earthy toned ‘Silver Travertine’ or the black and white organic marble swirl of ‘Juparana’. The bath is also available in matte ‘Shanxi Black’ and a sleek ‘Dark Jade’. From $37,990.
Bocchi mint green basins: While the pastel basin is definitely a bathroom trend, this is the first time we’ve seen a crisp mint green iteration and it certainly evokes the 1970’s! The two ceramic designs (square and egg shapes) are available in over 30 colours ensuring a hue for everybody. From $770.
Loughlin Furniture vanities: Founded by Rob Loughlin, who started his business as a pop-up store at Sydney’s Paddington Markets, Loughlin Furniture designs and hand makes bespoke bathroom furniture and more, mostly from solid timber. The company’s latest creation, the ‘Airlie Vanity,’ is the result of a collaboration with former Blockheads Kyal and Kara and features deep drawers, shaker profile end panels and a timber detailed finger pull. From $3005.