A cloud mirror, jungle tiles and a mighty stone bath. These are the products that caught my eye this week
Roca has extended its Ohtake basin range with a new countertop design and added matt black to the six colour options which also include pearl, coffee and matt white.
The basins were originally designed by the late Brazilian architect Ruy Ohtake who was known for incorporating sweeping curves into his elegant designs.
The Cloud wall mirror is new from O&A London. The mirror has a metal frame and measures 1658mm high. An unusual feature is a small marble shelf set into the glass at the bottom corner.
Best known for their fabrics, Lelievre Paris also designs bespoke rugs using hand tufted, hand knotted and hand woven techniques.
The company has worked with a variety of designers including RDAI, Marco Lavit and Jose Levy and is keen to create capsule collections through further collaborations.
Dornbracht has added custom versions of its MEM tap handles to the range including natural products such as seashells, egg shell and stone from Nature Squared.
The resulting option of five finishes and seven materials allows for 30 possible combinations.
From Zak+Fox a collection of sheers takes inspiration from Greek mythology. The Arethusa collection, available exclusively from George Spencer Designs, includes plains, stripes and checks predominantly woven in linen.
Waterworks has launched a collection of basins and baths carved from Italian stone and marble.
Four wall hung basins are carved from single blocks and for two of the designs there is the option of a smooth or textured finish. But the real show stoppers are the freestanding baths available in a choice of subtle and dramatic stone.
Lapicida’s new Saint Jardin Jungle porcelain tiles feature a vibrant pattern of wild jungle leaves against a midnight background.
The tiles are suitable for both internal and external walls, they are frost resistant and have antibacterial properties