In the residential bathroom, “transitional” style—an admittedly ambiguous label, but one that has nonetheless persisted in the industry—has lately and happily edged closer to contemporary. The shift is certainly attributable to design trends found in the hip hospitality sector. Here’s a selection of items that are new to the market.
With a 17-inch bathing well, wide deck, and integrated lumbar support, this oval soaking tub offers comfort and easy access. The center-drain, 66-by-36-inch acrylic fixture is available with straight or fluted shroud.
(Courtesy California Faucets)
Offered in 30 finishes, the sinuous design is made of solid brass. The collection includes high- and low-profile faucets, as well as a full complement of tub fittings. Made in California.(Courtesy Laufen)
Kartell by Laufen
Pairing transparent polycarbonate accents with ultra-thin ceramicware and fittings, this collaborative bath collection is available in six colors.(Courtesy Kallista)
Pléo Wall-Mount Toilet
Offered in Stucco White or Linen, this sleek toilet has 1.6 GPF/1.0 GPF dual-flush capability. WaterSense certified.
Secured with a magnet, the hand shower docks into the traditional showerhead, extending the functionality of the fitting without breaking into the wall. 2.5 GPM; available in four models in a variety of finishes.(Courtesy Moen)
Arris Tub Filler
Proprietary mounting plates resist wobble after installation. Available in chrome and brushed nickel. ADA compliant.