At a time when the master bath serves as a personal sanctuary, Villeroy & Boch’s Memento collection delivers calm and rejuvenation by eliminating the extraneous and focusing on the essentials. Sleek with rectilinear forms, these pieces are unabashedly contemporary and available in a range of colors and finishes allowing for individual expression to unfold. An extensive collection, Memento is comprised of wall and surface-mounted washbasins, vanities, cabinets, mirrors, toilets and a bidet. With the recent arrival of new light wood furniture, the timeless style of Memento is further highlighted. Made of real oak veneer, its rich texture creates visual contrasts in the bath. Villeroy & Boch’s Memento demonstrates the art of minimalism, yet is still sleek and functional.
Apaiser is a great source for luxury round stone tubs, such as the Eclipse Stone Bathtub shown below. In fact, Apaiser tubs are perfect for spaces that showcase building materials such as stone and tile. Soft edges are a highlight of this piece, and it’s also available in a range of hues and materials. Keep in mind that when it comes to the modern powder room, a round tub has the power to soften the bold lines of the space. Yet you don’t have to play it safe with the bathtub, as shown below by a bold selection in black, a Caroma product purchased from Reece.
You’re pretty lucky if you have a large enough window in your bathroom that could use a seating area right beneath it. A bathroom reno featured on Beneath My Heart uses an upholstered loveseat bench with added accent pillows for the window area. How about a built-in? This vanity featured on Home Bunch has a bench area near the window, while this other example (also from Home Bunch) creates a window seat out of a bathroom storage unit. You could also try a bathroom storage unit on a much larger scale with a bench as well, like the third option below from BHG. Built-ins are great, but they’re not for everyone. You could try a simple wicker bench with an elegant cushion to place by your bathroom window, like the one below featured on House of Turquoise.