Eight bold and bright bathroom products.
1. Rise by Enrica Cavarzan and Marco Zavagno for Kos
The founders of Zaven, a multidisciplinary studio, began with a rectangular surround in bio-based solid surfacing, then integrated a deep basin in a contrasting circle or oval.
2. Laufen Pro by Peter Wirz for Laufen
The Vetica Group managing director’s decades-long collaboration on a comprehensive bathroom suite includes a 59-inch tub of Marbond, a hygienic cast mineral composite coated in ultra-thin acrylic.
3. Squar[e] by Giovanni Barbieri of Giovanni Barbieri.
Fostering a sense of movement, nine different tiles from the acclaimed stone and tile designer segue from flat squares to 3D irregular shapes in wet-pressed, hand-painted clay. Through Arto.
4. Blossom Pinks Handle Tray by Autumn Adeigbo for Kazi
For her namesake collection with the homewares brand made in Rwanda, Uganda, and Ghana, the fashion entrepreneur and Parsons grad devised a 16-inch-diameter tray handwoven of raffia and sweet grass.
5. Lutezia by Jean-Michel Wilmotte for Ceadesign
Drawn from the Wilmotte & Associés Architectes founder’s tapware for his Lutetia, Paris hotel project, the bath fittings’ rounded lines reinterpret early 20th–century hydraulic valves.
6. Soleil by Justina Blakeney of Jungalow
The doyenne of bohemian contemporary puts her own twist on a traditional suzani quilt with her cotton shower curtain depicting sun medallions that beam with positivity.
7. Tortoise 02 by Jessica Davis of Nest Studio
The self-described design geek’s petite knobs (around 2 inches) mimic the art deco motifs of her brand’s larger pulls, and are available in unlacquered brass, verdigris, or polished nickel.
8. Arroyo by Karin Jeske of Tesselle
The tile company founder, who trained as a textile designer, converted her photograph of a leafy riverbed into a precise half-drop repeat, then transferred that to 8-inch-square cement tiles.