Vanity, Vanity: Bath Trend

Vanity, Vanity: Bath Trend

In addition to providing smart storage solutions for modern-day bathroom needs, new vanities strengthen the connection between the bath and the rest of the home with designs that reference residential furniture:

Not Only White, vanity, Box, trend, bath

Box by Not Only White: Designed to be the answer to a “tidy bathroom,” the Box collection features a series of modular storage options that create a place for everything, from hairbrushes to toiletries. Natural oak boxes contrast with sleek Himacs cubes. Also available in Himacs, the Box boxes can be used with the company’s other basin and shelf collections as well.

A System, Alape, Bath, trend, vanity

A˘ System by Alape: The new bathroom furniture collection features various configurations and storage options. The furniture and countertop are made of wood-effect walnut laminate.

Rui Pereira, Ryosuke Fukusada, Bug Collection, vanity, trend, bath

Bug Collection by Rui Pereira and Ryosuke Fukusada: Part of the Ventura Lambrate exhibition Another Perspective, which was curated by ceramic manufacturer Cotto in Milan this year, the young designers’ collection incorporates wet-room-friendly cork with traditional furniture typologies, making them more suitable for the bath. /

Kartell, Laufen, bath, trend, vanity

Kartell by Laufen: The Italian plastics expert and the Swiss ceramics manufacturer have joined forces to create a new bathroom collection designed by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba, who created a system of sinks, toilets, faucets, lights, and accessories designed to create flexible bathroom environments for a range of settings and scales.

Lavanity, Thinkk Studio, vanity, bath, trend

Lavanity by Decha Archjananun and Ploypan Theerachai: The Thai designers envisioned often separate wet and dry areas of the bath in one unit for the Ventura Lambrate exhibition Another Perspective, curated by ceramic manufacturer Cotto. With space for a sink as well as a seat, makeup table, mirrors, and pockets for accessories, the Lavanity unites once disparate parts of the bath in one cohesive, space-saving design.

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