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Whether featuring a more minimalist design or a more appealing aesthetic, washbasins are one of the most functional elements in a bathroom design. Washbasins are imperative in the wellness experience and they come in various sizes and can be made in a wide number of materials. Ultimately, they can completely shift the mood of a bathroom decor. Today, Luxury Bathrooms presents a series of exciting washbasin trends for 2019 that go beyond the conventional and homeowners should definitely considering implementing in their own set.
# Marble Washbasins
Marble is one of the best materials to use in a bathroom set due to its timelessness and aesthetic. Take, for example, the astonishing Boffi monolith washbasin by Piero Lissoni, which carved from Emberador marble or the Petra washbasin by Maison Valentina that features a top in white marble Ibiza.
# Make color a priority
In order to add character and vibrancy to a bath, it is important to have a bit of color. One of the best ways to achieve this is by adding a colorful washbasin that is far from being boring. Example: the stunning Splash basin by India Mahdavi for Bisazza.
# Combine design with art
Sometimes, going maximalist pays off. Featuring an unconventional yet extremely intriguing and artistic design, the Newton washbasin has an organic shape and features cast aluminium spheres that present a gloss black lacquer finish.
# Expressive designs
Rafael de Cárdenas designed this majestic bathroom set that features an expressive yet minimalist washbasin that is further enhanced by the presence of Dornbracht’s Vaia tap. Designs full of expression help add dimension and personality to a space.
# Pick a washbasin that tells a story
Products that reflect cultural aspects are bound to give a whole new flair and aesthetic to your design. For example, the Koi washbasin was inspired by the Japanese symbol while the Symphony washbasin was inspired by the world of music, especially from the 50’s and 60’s. These pieces stand on their own and have a story behind their design that makes them quite appealing.
# Washbasins with vanity units
Washbasins with vanity units will solve a lot of problems when it comes to finding storage space. Kartell by Laufen features an impressive and minimalist collection of products like this that exceptionally bring together simplicity and elegance.
# When it comes to materials, the more, the merrier
Go beyond the basics. There’s nothing wrong in selecting a piece that was handcrafted using various materials, as a matter of fact, it will provide a more unique touch to your set. Take, for example, the Crochet washbasin that features an Estremoz marble top, a glossy white-cream lacquered wooden structure as well as polished brass vessel sinks and French-styled polished brass feet
# Opt for contemporary Washbasins with clearer lines
The contemporary Narciso washbasin was designed by A. Parisio and G. Pezzano and features a clean-lined and innovative aesthetic.
# Pieces with a geometrical and architectural appeal
Using ceramic, designer Daniel Libeskind created the unique Hera washbasin for Azzurra. The harmonious and sculpted product features unexpected geometrical forms that appear to fold and curve, providing a mesmerizing chiaroscuro effect.
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