We feature here in the scrolling images some interesting and stylish innovations in bathroom fixtures. 1 Robern Vanity Cabinet with TV Here’s how to catch up on the world while shaving or putting on makeup. This two-in-one mirrored cabinet features an 8-inch LCD TV screen tucked into a corner of the door. This unobtrusive placement gives you a clear view of what you are doing and, when the TV is off, a translucent silver covering provides a reflective surface. Robern has all kinds of beautiful stuff: http://www.robern.com 2 Porcher Floorstanding Vanity This little vanity from Porcher…
Check out these stylish designer faucets from Sonoma Forge. They use a new “hands-free” technology that does not rely on infrared – so no hand waving required! With a list price of $1,900, this is not inexpensive but is definitely something that will make a statement in a powder room and then become a conversation piece. Sonoma Forge calls their sensor technology “Sans Hands.” You can visit their website here: www.sonomaforge.com/designer-sensor-faucets.html
This is a company with an unusual story. Their mission is to bring into the mainstream the work of undiscovered artisans throughout the world. We have featured some of their bathroom vanity sinks here. “I founded Native Trails with a dream of bridging cultures, of combining artisan heritage with innovative design and sustainable materials. Bringing the beautiful work of undiscovered artisans to homes all over the world is a passion I gratefully live out every day.” ~Naomi Neilson Howard, Founder/CEO Here is a link to the Native Trails website.
We saw this hand dryer in a faucet at the Dwell on Design. You can wash your hands and then air-dry them at the sink in 14 seconds. No reaching for a towel. This is a way cool bathroom accessory but at $1,800 many will will find it way over the top! Click here for the Airblade site.