Perhaps proving their classic status, brass and marble continue to feature in the latest bathroom collections. From Greg Natale‘s statement marble creations to a brass range that features designed-to-match tapware, door hardware and bathroom accessories, there’s much to love about the latest in bathrooms.
Greg Natale X Teranova: Colour and pattern abounds in Greg Natale’s new ‘Largo’ collection for Teranova. Featuring nine marble floor tiles and six basins there’s plenty of statement geometric motifs (a Greg signature) and the collection draws on neo-classic European architecture and Art Deco design influences too. Designed to create drama – from the foyer to the bathroom or powder room, the basins partner beautifully with the tiles offering seductive curves, fluted edges and bold shapes. We love!
CIBO Design for Bunnings: Located on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, CIBO Design has been making affordable bathroom wares for Bunnings for the past seven years and the latest collection offers a rather stylish look.
The new ‘Freshwater’ range is inspired by a coastal aesthetic with the vanities featuring v-groove doors, ceramic tops and oversized round timber handles in black, white or oak. The vanity is available in wall hung and full height versions in 600, 900 and 1200mm wide.
The new ‘Mornington’ wall hung vanity is available in 900 or 1200mm and in either white or oak veneer cabinetry with half round black or white handles. Each vanity has a quartz stone top and ceramic counter-top basin in a choice of four on-trend colours including white, matt pale pink, matte grey and white and matte black and white.
“We’ve been designing and making custom bathroom furniture in our Sydney workshop for more than 25 years and are delighted to be working with Bunnings to offer Australian-made bathroom products exclusively to their customers,” says Darrin Ingleton, CIBO Design managing director.
Novas: One of Australia’s leading creators of design-led architectural products, Novas has just released its Frame range of designed-to-match tapware, door hardware and bathroom accessories. Taking the guess work out of finding fittings, fixtures and door hardware that match, the stylish range is available in chrome, matte black, satin nickel, gun metal, satin gold and satin bronze.
“Unity amongst fittings and fixtures like tap ware and door handles can give a home a truly premium feel, and Novas has taken the hassle out of this with its Frame collection,” says Melbourne interior stylist and Novas ambassador Aimee Tarulli of Archer Interiors.
The design takes inspiration from the elegance of a classic bag clasp and the mechanical detail of a timepiece and suits an array of interiors. “The flexibility of the Novas Frame collection’s hero bezel design allows it to look at home in limitless compositions, whether it be art deco, industrial, minimalist or modern,” says Novas Creative Director Nicholas Johnston, who designed the range.
Methven: Methven has added to the Maku range of taps and mixers, with the new Maku2 series featuring a handset, hand shower and rail shower designed to create a cohesive look across basins, baths and shower units. There are three new shower designs created in chrome with graphite finishes.
The new Maku MK2 handset features Satinjet technology that uses twin-jet technology to create optimum water droplet size and pressure, with over 300,000 droplets per second. In addition, the handset is easily screwed into existing hoses, avoiding plumbing fees and time spent waiting for an appointment.
Beaumont Tiles: Spacious Slabs is the new range of large-scale tiles from Beaumont Tiles and at 1200mm x 2700mm they sure are colossal. In fact, they form part of a select group of tiles known as ‘slab tiles’ due to their size. Made from high-quality 6mm thick glazed porcelain, the range comes in six stone designs, with matte or polished finishes. There’s Pietra Silver, Arabscato, Volkas, Pulpis, Statuario and Calcutta.
“Spacious Slabs are amongst the best priced in the market and a great option for renovators who are looking to take a luxe for less approach to their reno, and want to jump into the slab tile look,” says Christie Wood, Beaumont Tiles’ strategic designer.
Elio by IB Rubinetti: Available locally from Paco Jaanson, this new range uses shape and pattern to create a distinct look. Designed by renowned architecture studio Archea Associati, the collection features a variety of unique bathroom shapes including a softly curved square design that is sure to catch the eye.