10 Soothing Bath Products From ISH 2017

The Finion bath collection by Patrick Frey for Villeroy & Boch includes a stone composite tub which can be encircled in one of three metallic shades—chrome, champagne or gold—and illuminated in customizable light. Lighting can be dimmed or changed via remote. Photography courtesy of Villeroy & Boch.

The geometrically patterned, glazed titanium-steel BetteLoft Ornament tub by Tesseraux + Partner for Bette is a play on light and shadow. Wall-mounted washbasins are available in the same design. Photography courtesy of Bette.

At an impressive 40 by 30 inches, the AquaSymphony shower head from Grohe transforms a routine shower into a spa experience with a variety of different light and spray selections, from waterfall to light rain. An optional sound system, accessed by app, merges your music—as well as music composed by DJ Moguai specifically for AquaSymphony—with the sound of splashing water. Photography courtesy of Grohe.

The AquaSymphony shower head from Grohe. Photography courtesy of Grohe.

Pipes, the oldest way of channeling water, receive new elegance in the Axor Uno bathroom collection by Phoenix Design for Hansgrohe. The taps have three different handle versions for stopping the flow of water: via the Select button, by turning the Zero handle, or by lifting the ergonomically shaped loop handle. Photography courtesy of Hansgrohe.

The Axor Uno bathroom collection by Phoenix Design for Hansgrohe. Photography courtesy of Hansgrohe.

Advanced technology is in the guise of a graceful swan with the distinctive stainless-steel Alessi Swan kitchen faucet by Mario Trimarchi for Hansa. Operational levers—the swan's wings—allow control over the amount of water and temperature. Water too hot? An LED display flashes a red warning light. Photography courtesy of Hansa.

The Alessi Swan kitchen faucet by Mario Trimarchi for Hansa. Photography courtesy of Hansa.

Emco Bad has two additions to the Asis room system, both shelving products designed to discretely hide paper and toilet brush in bathrooms tight on space. Photography courtesy of Emco Bad.

Asis shelving from Emco Bad. Photography courtesy of Emco Bad.

At home in both traditional and contemporary bathroom interiors, the Vaia series of fittings by Sieger Design for Dornbracht is now available in a matte dark platinum finish. Photography by Thomas Popinger, courtesy of Dornbracht.

The Vaia series of fittings by Sieger Design for Dornbracht. Photography by Thomas Popinger, courtesy of Dornbracht.

The Finion bath collection by Patrick Frey for Villeroy & Boch. Photography courtesy of Villeroy & Boch.

The stainless-steel Pure shower channel from Dallmer, for both floor and wall, provides elegant drainage for level-access showers. Photography courtesy of Dallmer.

The Pure shower channel from Dallmer. Photography courtesy of Dallmer.

Paolo Ulian's Carrara marble Introverso washbasin for Antoniolupi cheekily plays on creativity and destruction with pixels on its three-dimensional surface, which can be broken and removed. Photography courtesy of Antoniolupi.

The Introverso washbasin by Paolo Ulian for Antoniolupi. Photography courtesy of Antoniolupi.

Available in a matte or glossy mineral composite, Carrara marble, or Marquina black marble, washbasin and tubs in the Origin bathroom collection by Seung-Yong Song for Inbani Design are a nod to the simplicity of traditional craftsmanship. Wood accents are solid oak. Photography courtesy of Inbani Design.

The Origin bathroom collection by Seung-Yong Song for Inbani Design. Photogrpahy courtesy of Inbani Design.