Clean Lines and Warm Colors Define These Modern Bathroom Ideas

Our selection of the best bathroom fixtures and tiles has a decidedly pared-down, cozy feel.

The Tono collection, designed by Foster + Partners for Porcelanosa, is handsome and
highly customizable, with materials including marble, ceramic, Krion, and wood.


South Korean designer Seung-Yong Song created Inbani’s Origin series, a collection reminiscent of an Asian spa. The tub, pictured here, is available in either Ceramilux or marble.


Of the three tubs Kohler is releasing this spring, the Ceric is the most minimal. Slightly more rounded at its base, with a gentle curves, it proves that simple doesn’t have to be boring.


Bold and geometric, Tilebar’s Highland Nightglow tile features Nero Marquina
and white Thassos marble, composed with elegant symmetry.


The Masterpiece collection by Waterworks honors the natural beauty of stone. The parquet design, shown here in a petite size with Cipollino and honey-onyx marble, comes in 64 colors.


Jee-O’s Slimline Structured Black series offers a versatile and elegant solution for a modern bathroom’s shower and faucets. All fixtures are available in either a brushed or a polished finish.


For Boffi’s elegant Garden washbasin, Piero Lissoni encircled part of the stone
countertop with a ribbon of sturdy stainless steel.


The Bits & Pieces collection by Gordon Guillaumier for Ceramiche Piemme is available
in seven earthy tones, each style a reinterpretation of traditional terrazzo floors.


Artceram’s File 2.0 is minimal, but it still packs a punch. The commode is available in black and white, as well as in brighter colors, including blue sapphire and the red coral pictured above.


Davide Aquini’s 80s ceramic tile collection for Ornamenta was inspired by the Memphis Group, whose influence comes through in the 16 screenprinted patterns of dots, dashes, and stripes.


With warm colors and materials, the Hammam collection by Monica Graffeo for Rexa Design is meant to evoke a serene bathhouse.


Ornamental but not excessive, Kreoo’s solid-marble Nami washbasin was designed
by Enzo Berti to resemble draped fabric. The result is quite sculptural.


Designed by Piero Lissoni, Patchwork for Nemo Tile features intricately cut lines or grid patterns on each individual tile. When laid in place, they almost appear stitched together.


For his first collaboration with Bisazza, Ferruccio Laviani reinvented a classic: the Scottish tartan. The Mosaico collection’s four patterns are each dubbed a man’s name. Pictured here is William.


A steel frame and deep, rectangular washbasin make Cielo’s highly customizable Milano collection look architectural. The stark design is softened by its ceramic surface.


With satin matte finishes and clean lines, Duravit’s Luv line by Cecilie Manz feels at once contemporary and timeless. Its official release will take place this May during New York’s ICFF.


The first-time collaboration between Ex.t and London-based designer Samuel Wilkinson, Float is inspired by outer space: a marble shelf and globe-shaped light appear to hover on a mirror.


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