Channeling Gatsby: Bathroom Trend

Channeling Gatsby: Bathroom Trend

Following last year’s release of Baz Luhrmann’s Great Gatsby film, the geometric shapes, streamlined forms and clean lines of the 1930s have been creeping into the interior, particularly the bathroom space, where opulent Art Deco-inspired fittings and fixtures have enjoyed a surge in popularity.

Zephyr Series by Michael Berman for ROHL

Michael Berman’s Zephyr Series for ROHL (faucets, tub filler and shower package) is featured in the Hotel Shangri-La in Santa Monica, California. The design of the Zephyr line is a perfect complement to the Art Deco style of the luxury boutique hotel which overlooks the Pacific Ocean.

Counterpoint by Kallista Fixtures and Faucets_1

Reflecting the minimal elegance of the 1930s and inspired by the simplicity of modern design, Counterpoint by Kallista Fixtures and Faucets has a chic sensibility and sophisticated presence of line.

Savoy faucets by Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez for Zuchetti

Launched last year, the Savoy faucets by Matteo Thun and Antonio Rodriguez for Zuchetti are inspired by the iconic London Hotel of the same name. The design echoes the hotel's Art Deco interior with a sleek body in chrome or platinum teamed with touches of matt color in heritage shades such as burgundy, ocean blue or bottle green. Colors, finishes and typefaces can be combined for complete customization.

1930 Series by Duravit

Duravit's 1930 Series is an original Art Deco design with a bold octagonal theme. Combining cutting-edge technology with a classic style, the range includes corner, wall-mounted and pedestal basins, WC and bidet.

The Pinstripe faucet by Kohler

The Pinstripe faucet by Kohler features pinstripe detailing along the spout and ergonomic cross handles reminiscent of the 1930s Art Deco era. The spout is equipped with an aerator, which ensures smooth, steady water flow. It also comes with easy-to-install and leak-free UltraGlideâ„¢ valves.

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