Summer is in full bloom and we all search for methods to make these few months energetic, comfortable and enjoyable. We stumbled upon a modern outdoor/indoor shower that promises a multisensorial experience. The Loop Shower comes from Diego Granese of Granese Architecture and Design Studio and imagines a world where relaxation and invigoration go hand in hand. Captured in between the futuristic hollow sphere design, six horizontal streams and an overhead rain shower ensure a luxuriant showering experience. This new Italian product comes with an interesting lighting system that adds an extra dimension to a daily activity. The Loop Shower found on Interior Complex can be used both indoors (in the bathroom or the spa) or outdoors, by the swimming pool or on the deck, even surrounded by green lusciousness in the garden. This sculptural design is perfectly adapted for modern outdoor spaces – complete it with a fantastic view and you have your favorite summer water feature at your disposal.
A vanity bench can always help if you spend a lot of time in the bathroom putting on makeup or doing your hair. Have a look at this incredibly elegant tufted bench from Alice Lane Home that could do the trick. A more compact option is a simple stool, like this gorgeously elegant selection (again from Home Bunch) that matches the style of this bathroom. This vanity from APD Architects actually has its own seated area, with a matching cushioned stool. Even a regular ottoman can work in a bathroom. This one featured on HGTV has a space against a wall right across from the vanity. This next very interesting bench featured on BHG stems out from the vanity beside it, where there’s a window. If the size and architecture of your bathroom make it work, then why not?
you’re a fan of the clawfoot look but you’re searching for a selection that’s a bit more modern, check out the Kado Classic, available through Reece. A contemporary form meets detailed feet in this modern tub find that takes a bit of the past and brings it into the present. When it comes to round bathtubs, which styles are your favorite? And in which types of powder room do you think they work best? Modern? Traditional? Rustic with a twist? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below.