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The Latest and Greatest Bathroom Products in TO

Need ideas for a washroom reno? Look no further

By Designlines

How many self-care routines involve a relaxing soak or hot shower? Plenty, we’d wager, which makes the state of one’s washroom a top-of-mind consideration in these mentally and emotionally trying times. Below, we’ve put together some of the season’s best new bathroom stuff that’s a sure upgrade to any space.

Mathroom Decor

Precise curves meet crisp edgework for a tailored, naturalistic feel in Riobel’s Parabola faucet. Available in black, chrome, polished nickel and brushed gold. From $500, at Taps.

Set in Stone

With concrete and a varied palette, Kast has sculpted a set of seven colourful basins. Of those, we’re fond of the Elm Mini, a compact, wall-mounted sink with distinctive pinstripes. From $4950, at Cesario & Co.

With Age Comes Beauty

Launched in the 1960s, the Arne Jacobsen– designed 060A shower head by Vola has aged well. Its newest finish, a matte eggshell white, is a welcome update for the modern era. From $3725, at Ginger’s.

Tranquil Tub

Dubbed Mood, Wetstyle’s elliptical bathtub features dual backrests, as well as a shelf just wide enough to lay down a book, some incense or a glass of wine. From $6800, at Roman Bath Centre.

Home Workout

Scavolini’s Gym Space puts exercise equipment to work in the loo, using what appears to be stall bars to mount a vanity, mirror and shelving. Available in light and dark wood. From $3500, at Scavolini Store Toronto.

Originally published in our 2020 Reno Issue as “Squeaky Clean”.


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