This year, almost every major producer is offering large-format tiles thanks to new manufacturing technologies. These new expansive sizes make it possible to create virtually seamless surfaces across the bathroom to the kitchen.
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With features like cutouts and raised countertops, the latest off-the-shelf kitchen islands and cabinets offer a wealth of options. These products can adapt to any color, material palette, or out-of-the-box vision.
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.Rockwell Bath Water Monopoly
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.Oceanside Wood-Mode
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.EW 3.2 Alape
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.Amora Ronbow
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.Wye Tub Drummonds
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.
An architect combines restaurant and residential know-how to design chef Daniel Boulud’s home kitchen
Kitchens at Salone del Mobile’s Eurocucina pavilion were geared toward communal spaces. Simple designs in luxe materials allow dining, entertaining, and cooking to easily take place in the same realm. This sleek, paired-down aesthetic also translated to bathrooms, where new technology is allowing for ever-shrinking lines.Ki Collection Scavolini
Oki Sato of Nendo created this minimalist kitchen and bath collection with the goal of reducing clutter and providing a relaxed environment. The design revolves around a container that will hide all of the excess objects in the space, which in the bathroom replaces traditional wall units and redefines the washbasin.C-bonded Washbasin Duravit
A new technology that allows the washbasin to be connected almost seamlessly to the vanity unit. A super slim edge is all that remains. Not only does the c-bonded porcelain achieve a sleek aesthetic, DuraCeram is also incredibly wear-resistant.Koje Leicht
The Leicht kitchen aims to blend the cooking and living space seamlessly with this newly-designed kitchen island that integrates a dining table to create a comfortable space for hosting with ease.Genius Loci Valcucine
The focus of this collection is customization and ease of use in the space. Modular drawer organization is functional and adapts to the daily use of each user. Additionally, the v-motion kit that just launched at EuroCucina opens and closes automatically with the touch of a hand.
The newest collection designed by Giuseppe Bavuso for Ernestomeda is tailored to trendy, urban buyers. It is inspired by large workbenches found in industrial contexts, and features a lot of open space cabinets and framed doors with inset handles.
Axor Starck V Axor
The goal of the transparent Phillipe Starck-designed fixture is to bring the vitality and emotionality of water to life. The mesmerizing display of the vortex in the nearly invisible mixer commands attention.Opera Snaidero
The Opera collection was recently honored with the Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design, and the newest iteration debuted at Milan. Cabinet doors are varnished in Metal Town aluminum and dry oakwood, and the open metal paneling is designed to be a home wine cellar.
Val SaphirKeramik Laufen
Konstantin Grcic created minimalist, angular pieces with Laufen’s innovative material SaphirKeramik, which allows for precise, thin walls. Grcic wanted the collection to be “simple, functional, more architectural, [and] not too expressive.”