Design Seen: Saturation Point

Classic finishes and nature-inspired designs soak the bathroom in style...


Philippe Starck channeled coastal scenes when creating the Cape Cod collection. The pure forms include this white high-gloss vanity with cabinet ($6,545) and washbowl ($560), which is made of Duravit’s most durable ceramic. 888.387.2848, duravit.us

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Maison Valentina

Crafted in Portugal, the Lapiaz bathtub ($52,146) is a luxe interpretation of nature’s rugged karst formations, with grooves and fissures rendered by hand in polished brass, mirror, and lacquer. maisonvalentina.net; 703.369.3326, demoraisinternational.com

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DXV by American Standard

The Percy pressure-balanced shower trim ($235) features an X-shaped handle, a polished chrome finish, and a sleek profile that gives minimalism a letter-perfect edge in the bathroom. 800.227.2734, dxv.com

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Art deco hotels and buildings built in London during the early 1900s have an enduring design influence. This Perrin & Rowe Deco faucet ($1,719) with a polished chrome finish borrows a few signature moves from that era. 800.777.9762, rohlhome.com

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Traces of 19th-century industrial design pulse through these polished bronze XL Pearl wall-mounted hooks (about $600 each) by Dimitri Agraphiotis, owner of the Los Angeles–based stone and bath specialist Compas. 310.854.3023, compasstone.com

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Everyday-elegant Focal-series bath accessories mark designer Michael Berman’s first collaboration with Labrazel. Each crystal piece is mouth-blown and cut and etched by hand in Italy. 860.232.6300, labrazelhome.com

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The vintage industrial safety light reimagined: the Compass sconce ($1,450) features a glass bell shade ensconced in a woven brass cage, secured by a knurled ring. This classic nickel finish is one of three options. 800.899.6757, waterworks.com

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Ann Sacks

Andy Fleishman’s Geode tiles for Ann Sacks are made of concrete and present geometric designs and contrasting textures. The Spoke tile (starting at $75.59 per square foot) in light gray is one of five patterns. 800.278.8453, annsacks.com






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