Deco Styling for the Bath

British bath fixture company Samuel Heath, established in 1820, has unveiled an array of ultra-swanky Art Deco–inspired faucets and showers called the Style Moderne collection. The pieces come in a choice of polished nickel, chrome plate, antique gold, and a new and particularly stunning gloss black chrome. Finely crafted in England, they range from $2,500 for a three-hole widespread lavatory set, to $12,000 for a thermostatic shower valve with overhead shower and separate hand-spray. (212.599.5177, www.samuel-heath.com)

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