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AUG 2019

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Jacuzzi Luxury Bath offers four families of vanities that range from contemporary to traditional in design and are crafted to coordinate with the European-made Jacuzzi Premium Barrea, Mincio, Razzo and Salone Collection of faucets, fillers and accessories. The vanity sets range in size from 24" to 72" in length. Shown is the Barrea vanity. Circle No. 168 on Product Card Devon&Devon's Jazz vanity pays homage to the design of the Bauhaus period. A marquinha black marble top and chrome detailing add sophisticated elements. The vanity is available in double- or sin- gle-door versions, in combinations of marble and wood. Lacquer colors include deep black, pure white, warm grey, cream and mud. Circle No. 167 on Product Card Blu Bathworks 45º bathroom furniture line is characterized by a unique 45-degree design feature, and designed as a modular range of wall-mount vanities from 27½" to 71" wide with coordinating blu·- stone vanity tops and framed mir- rors with LED lighting. Two design options are available with a Vintage or Distressed Oak drawer front. Circle No. 170 on Product Card Habersham's Vanity Expressions delivers elegant and customiz- able vanities designed from the company's unique sideboards and chests. The Provence Vanity, shown, is a classical French design with a modern twist that emulates a clean and refined style. The piece features French-styled legs, pierced circle apron and an intricate door pattern. Circle No. 169 on Product Card In this bathroom presented by Plain & Fancy Custom Cabinetry, beaded inset Vogue doors, crown molding and a traditional white finish create a classic look. A double vanity with a built-in beauty area and ample room for storing linens, toiletries and small accessories make this a comfortable space to begin and end the day, the company notes. Circle No. 172 on Product Card Echoing European trends, Costrel wall-mounted vanities by Jeffrey Alexander offer multiple configu- rations based on size, number and layout of drawers, number of basins and available colors. The cabinets, available from Hardware Resourc- es, are available in gray or white. Each comes with an acrylic resin top and rectangular vessel sink. Circle No. 171 on Product Card Cielo has introduced Milano and Narciso, two bath furnishing collec- tions designed by Andrea Parisio and Giuseppe Pezzano. Narciso, shown, features a ceramic washba- sin and built-in makeup vanity that is set within a steel structure. The basin is offered in 16 colors, while eight varnishes and five solid wood types are available for the vanity. Circle No. 174 on Product Card MTI Baths integrated Half Waterfall Vanity Sink is available in a variety of configurations, including 12 sink variations, custom bowl placement and counter lengths ranging from 24" to 72". A floating shelf comes in four lengths up to 48". The shelf, like the sink, is made from the firm's SculptureStone, which is a non-po- rous surface. Circle No. 173 on Product Card in kitchen designs for years; this trend is showing up in bathrooms as well. The finish mix allows designers to add some character to smaller spaces." "The wider range of finishes and details offered for wood and metal products expresses the market's openness and developing taste for more interesting appearances," says Lacava. "Metal consoles in brushed brass or matte black, woodwork with metal inserts on door and drawer fronts or countertops are gaining popularity," he says. While he believes all shades of white do well in the bathroom due to the connotation of cleanliness and hygiene, he also sees demand for colors falling in the natural spectrum, but diverting away from white, such as gray, blue, taupe, black and natural wood. In addition to the strength of white and gray paints, Wilcox says that in stains, neutral and taupe shades are important. "Visual and physical texture is very important as well. With the cleaner design lines, the finish is even more important, and making it look rustic, or vintage, or acquired is very meaningful to the consumers today," he says. Yang notes, "Colors are still definitely leaning toward the natural, capturing the organic colorations of wood and muted stones and the varying shading of unlacquered brass." She also mentions the popularity of fluting as a popular decorative element. manufacturers say, but a broad range of options allows for creative, indi- vidual design as well. "White and gray painted vanities are still king," Spence says. "These classic colors can help create a calm, relaxing bathroom environment. For those with a more eclectic style who prefer a pop of color to liven up the space, they turn to rich hues like navy blue. Matte black and gold toned hardware are also trending," he adds. Nat Mucha, executive v.p. of bath for Cerritos, CA-based Fairmont Designs agrees that white and gray are holding strong in painted finishes. For natural wood, he says, "dry finishes" are most popular. He also sees the trend of mixed use of materials continuing to grow. "Initially driven by the lighting and quickly followed by the hardware segments, we are seeing multiple metal finishes gaining popularity, including various tones of brass and black," he notes. Neilson sees combining different materials to add warmth and texture to more contemporary lines as a major bath design trend. Consistently pop- ular materials are those that integrate natural influences, such as concrete and reclaimed wood products, Neilson adds. When it comes to color, gray is still in style, and they're seeing increased warm gray tones, she says. Baber notes a trend toward warm stains and paints as well, along with combination finishes. "We've seen paint and stain combinations 88 Kitchen & Bath Design News • August 2019 PRODUCT TREND REPORT

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