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Eight Stylish Products That Will Give Your Bathroom a Fresh Look

Your bathroom is your sanctuary, so treat it well with one—or more—of these trendy items.

By Tisha Leung July 2, 2024

Curvy Hardware

Be on the lookout for soft curves—home design’s latest trend. The Corsa Collection by Belwith Keeler is all about the round, particularly with its range of pill-shaped cabinet hardware. Airy and well-balanced, the design is ergonomic for a comfortable pull and these items can be placed horizontally or vertically. If you’re a trendsetter or seek an easy facelift for your bathroom, swapping out hardware makes a big impact. (Shown here in alabaster.) $10.99-$22.99, The Plumbing Place, 5678 Fruitville Road, Sarasota, (941) 378-5678, theplumbingplace.com

An All-in-One Handshower

Kohler delivers a spa session and a time-saving skincare routine with its SpaViva handshower and all-in-one cleansing device. Four interchangeable beauty attachments magnetically dock within the handshower: a face brush, a body brush, a body massager and a body scrub brush. Each moves with a choice of three speeds for a 90-minute run time. The handshower alone features a new Microbubble spray function that targets pores with tiny bubbles. $225, Southern Supply Company, 1039 Central Ave., Sarasota, (941) 955-4217, southernsupplyfl.net

Sleek Sink

Duravit’s Happy D.2 Plus is a sink vanity created with architectural precision thanks to the company's patented "c-bonded" technology. The ceramic basin and wood vanity connect almost seamlessly, forming parallel curves with no overhang or recess, and the vanity material wraps around both sides for a sophisticated and unified look. (Starts at $4,095.) Also tech-driven is the collection’s mirror, which can emit cool or warm light based on the time of day. And with defogging capabilities, the mirror remains steam-free. (Starts at $1,760.) Ferguson, 5521 Fruitville Road, Sarasota, (941) 951-0110, build.com

Image: Vola

Scandi Faucet

Simple design wins with this classic Scandinavian silhouette. Designed by Danish architect and furniture designer Arne Jacobsen, the iconic HV1 basin mixer fixture by Vola combines form and function but also a touch of nostalgia. The single-lever faucet features a water-saving aerator and makes an impression in a primary or guest bathroom. Add some pizzazz and choose from a palette of 15 colors, including light green, carmine red and pink. Starts at $1,705, Gorman Company, (941) 927-8511, 6101 Sawyer Loop Road, Sarasota, gormansarasota.com

Wavy Tile

Walker Zanger modernizes the chevron pattern with softened edges for its 6th Avenue collection. The lyrical tile shape, "curved chevron," sets the scene for a calming and soothing environment—a welcoming place to ease in or out of your day. Line your shower in the pattern and make it the star of the room. Bonus: Mosaic tiles on the bathroom floor create an anti-slip surface. The tile is available in more than 100 colorways, and is shown here in a special-order "ice blue." $36.20 per square foot, Tile Market of Sarasota, 1962 Main St., Sarasota, (941) 365-2356, tilemarket.com

Special Soak

If you love a soak in the tub, the Lisse 6632 by Americh has some perks. For starters, it has the look of a freestanding tub, but it’s not. One side sits flat against the wall, allowing for a wall-mounted tub filler—a space-saving win. The curved oval interior, meanwhile, offers reclining support as well as a textured floor to guard against slipping. Some amenities as add-ons include color therapy lights, tub jets and grab bars. Starts at $3,900, Gorman Company, (941) 927-8511, 6101 Sawyer Loop Road, Sarasota, gormansarasota.com

Concrete Sink

This vintage-style bucket sink has the makings of a star feature in the bathroom. Concretti's San Francisco 36 is handcrafted in a concrete blend, a material that shows off natural and organic flow lines that happen during the creation process. The 36-inch-wide, wall-hung sink comes in 17 colorways. Expect an artisanal feel with the way raw concrete holds onto colorful pigments. Dark blue is shown here, and all materials are locally sourced in the U.S. $1,839.99, concrettidesigns.com

Tough Wallpaper

Wallpaper in the bathroom? Yes, please! Designed by a West Coast husband and wife team, Abnormals Anonymous' Mr. Blow withstands steam with its non-woven performance paper, which makes it water-resistant. Its performance qualities also include scrub-, scratch- and stain-resistant details, which means hallways and playrooms are in play for this coastal vibe pattern. Shown in "blueprint" colorway. $157.50 per linear yard, abnormalsanonymous.com

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