Alan Tanksley’s Golden Era Bathroom
Designer Alan Tanksley and DXV recently collaborated on the "Golden Era Bathroom," inspired by the period of 1920 – 1950-a "time that spans from Art Deco to the post-war Abstract Art movement."
Channeling the influences of everything from the work of Piet Mondrian to post-war San Francisco Art Deco apartment buildings, Tanksley incorporated DXV's designer vanities, sinks, and tub/bath fittings.
Tanksely utilized contemporary bath fixtures in an exceedingly eclectic room: geometric floor tiles reminiscent of Mondrian abut luxe shower and bath surrounds in natural stone.
The juxtaposition creates a stunning space-primary colors conjoin with a variety of organic and geometrical shapes, with an ultimate effect of lovely, daring excess.
Products employed by Tanksley in his design include the Fitzgerald Tub and Pop Sink.
See DXV for their entire line of bathroom furniture, tubs, showers, and fittings, and to read more about the Design Movement project. And check out more art-deco inspired bath fittings on Designer Pages.