The Modern Turkish Bath

  • Jorge Arango

The Istanbul-based Armadi Art is famous for its over-the-top wall-mounted bathroom vanities (a crystal version tops out at $50,000). The firm’s newest vanity collection is Aqua, which comes in a wide variety of materials—glass, wood, and leather (embossed to resemble crocodile skin)—and can be customized to any size. Clients can also choose rounded corners or right angles, along with any color combination from a veritable rainbow of hues, and within a subsection of the collection called Picturesque, they can select photographic imagery (fall leaves, grass, bamboo stalks) or a painterly digital image for the cabinet doors. Prices range from $3,000 to $10,000 on stock items, and custom pieces go much higher. (201.794.7900, www.armadiaqua.com)

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