Interior designer Emma Merry, of Emma Merry Styling, selects her Most Wanted products from our November issue and explains why they have caught her eye
Italian bathroom manufacturer Scarabeo Ceramiche has unveiled DecorLab patterns which can be applied to its Teorama 2.0 and Glam washbasins.
These could be a complete game changer for clients who want to dip a toe into the world of colour within the bathroom space.
Many clients still remember the avocado bathroom of their grandparent’s home and, as a designer, suggesting coloured sanitaryware is still a big ask.
I would use these in association with the tiles to really create visual interest.
With its rounded corners, the Dune sink from Abode takes on a much softer aesthetic than other models traditionally found on the market.
I’m particularly enjoying the draining grooves, and the way they run in a fluid formation.
Pair this single or 1.5 bowl model with fluted glass cabinets and I think this granite sink would be a winner.
The Dune sink is available in a choice of Black Granite, Grey Metallic and Frost White, which ticks all the trend boxes for neutral kitchens.
What’s not to love about the New Classic range from Laufen, it’s designed by Dutch architect Marcel Wanders!
The New Classic bathroom collection basin has a huge nod to mid-century furniture.
It features modern, wenge-style wooden legs while keeping the look of a traditional washstand.
I would use this vanity washbasin as the hero piece in a cloakroom, where I would pair with simple herringbone tiling and cool brush nickel finishes.
Read senior designer from JS Geddes Joanna Geddes’s Most Wanted from Kitchens & Bathrooms News September issue.