Cerulean and navy accents create a spa-like atmosphere for bathrooms, while powder blue adds a subtle and unexpected edge to kitchen designs.
3×6 Adriatic Sea
These recycled clay tiles are finished with a semi-reflective glaze. As all of Fireclay’s tiles are handmade, each will have subtle differences in tone and crazing—making them all the more unique and beautiful.
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This playful style is a reproduction of an antique bath with the added modern twist of offering the ability to customize the color of the round feet. The tub is made of Vitrite, a stone mineral composite that offers the same look as traditional surfaces but is much lighter.
A completely customizable cabinet system provides myriad options for hidden storage, electrically powered cabinet mechanisms, and modular organization systems that fit a variety of user needs.
Originally launched 44 years ago, the EW 3.2 is a modern update on the classic compact basin that was groundbreaking at the time of its origination. The new version uses modern production technologies and is available in many color options, including this striking Yves Kleinesque blue.
A high-style vanity featuring a Carrera marble top and cabinets cut at 45-degree angles that give an added element of surprise and maximize storage space.
Named for the Wye River in Maryland, this classic tub is modeled after an 18th-century Bateau bathtub. The cast-iron exterior can be left raw and black, or be primed, polished, or painted in practically any color.