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Including vanities, fixtures and accessories in a wide range of styles

If the kitchen is the heart of the home, then what is the bathroom? Not to be overlooked, our bathrooms can—if designed thoughtfully—be a space of tranquility that inspires rest and self care. Rid yourself of dull bathroom interiors and spruce up your space with our selection of design-forward bathroom furnishings—each of which make inspiring anchors to inform your total restroom renovation.

Bathroom furnishings

Winemaker Bathroom Vanity

Handcrafted in the heart of California’s wine country from oak staves salvaged after their useful life in the winemaking process, Native Trails’ Winemaker series is distinguished by intricately placed horizontal slatting and generous graining. This bathroom vanity features open shelving and spacious, soft-close drawers with discreetly integrated pulls, resulting in furniture that is as functional as it is beautiful. From $3,395, at Yorkwest Plumbing Supply Inc.

Sink Basin, Toronto Design

Otō Basin

One glance at Mudd Concrete’s Bōl collection and you’ll find yourself charmed by its artisanal allure. The collection of bathroom furnishings comprises a variety of washbasins—including the petite and powerful Otō—that introduce a gentle, curved form to express a more organic beauty than your typical bathroom sink. From $1,200, at Casson Hardware.

Zucchetti Design, Bathroom Furnishings

Sablier Faucets

Fresh off the proverbial runway of Milan Design Week, Sablier is Zucchetti’s new collection of stainless steel faucets designed by Monica Armani Studio. This high-design fixture showcases a unique treatment of its material—sculpting steel with delicacy, and highlighting fluid and delicate contours reminiscent of an hourglass silhouette. Pricing upon request, Roman Bath Centre.

IKEA Bathroom Furniture

LETTAN Mirror Cabinet

The sleek LETTAN mirror cabinet combines space-saving functionality with a minimalist design, making it a versatile addition to any modern bathroom. Its mirror-effect glass doors create an illusion of space and light, while the interior shelving provides practical storage for everyday essentials, perfectly fit for small Toronto condo quarters. $279, at IKEA.

Toronto Bathroom Design

Casita Shower Trim Kit

Add an element of luxe to your bathroom design with a hit of classic brass hardware. From the Casita collection between Kohler and Studio McGee, this brass shower trim kit combines classic and modern influences in a timeless expression for the home. The faucets showcase the artistry of precision machine knurling and delicately stamped levers while the entirety of the collection displays stacked connection points in a subtle homage to the raw beauty of pipe fittings. From $905, at Kohler Signature Store.

Marset Lighting

Roc Light

The best bathroom furnishings serve not only a functional purpose but an atmospheric purpose as well. Marset’s Roc wall light designed by Joan Gaspar doesn’t settle for just providing light, it also manages to create an ambiance. Featuring a pressed glass diffuser, this transformative bathroom fixture can fit into nearly any space to provide light for those stubborn dark and awkward corners. From $525, at Robinson Lighting & Bath.

Bath Mat

Lateral Bath Mat

Teak wood is water-resistant and thrives in humid climates, making it a natural fit for the bathroom. Replace your soaking fabric bath mat with one that remains sleek and slip free for days on end. If you’re after the ultra-modern look, this bathroom accessory in black will add a touch of elegance to an otherwise utilitarian object. From $75, at CB2.

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