Smaller bathrooms were a focus for many vendors like Zitta, who showed this shorter tub that still offers a deep soaking experience. The headrest at the tall end makes it extra comfy. Keeping one end tall and thin, and the other attached to the corner for the fixtures helps make the most of a smaller bathroom space.
There was a time when pedestal sinks were the most fashionable and everybody had one. With time we discovered that, although they look graceful and beautiful, they‘re not the most practical type storage-wise. But that didn‘t make pedestal sinks obsolete. In fact, it made them more interesting . There are still a lot of interesting pedestal sink designs today, a lot of them being adapted to the modern times. They range from very simple to sculptural and eye-catching and each such freestanding washbasin has its own unique particularities in addition to the defining characteristics.
Native Trails also showed their Avalon 62 tub that looks like concrete, but is actually a mix of natural jute fiber and cement known as NativeStone. The thick shell ensures that a hot soak will last a long time. Produits Neptune featured a number of colored tubs for those who want to add a bold touch to the bathroom. This red one is marvelous.