Hues and materials to keep your cool.


Silestone by Cosentino's groundbreaking carbon-neutral series, the Sunlit Days collection, employs Cosentino's new HybriQ and HybriQ+ technologies. With a manufacturing process powered entirely by renewable electric energy, recycled water, and employing at least 20 percent recycled materials in its composition, the innovative sustainability measures yield a material that is as close to natural stone as possible while retaining exceptional performance. And it's perfect for baths—impermeable, heat-resistant, and nearly impossible to scratch, chip, or damage. Shown in Posidonia Green, a soothing color inspired by the underwater Posidonia oceanica seagrass meadows found in the Mediterranean. Price upon request;


The simple, charming Jura Wall Hung Basin from Claybrook Interiors is created from Marbleform, a sustainable, eco-friendly material developed by the company. Adding to its allure are nonporous, stain-resistant, easy-to-clean, and heat-retentive properties. Designed to be perfectly imperfect, each hand-sanded basin varies slightly and is available in a calming array of plaster pink (shown), midnight blue, and forest green as well as matching pop-up drains and internal overflows for ease of use. $2,370;


Natural woods are pure, unspoiled gifts from Mother Nature, and Native Trails' wall-mounted Topanga Floating Vanity—handcrafted of FSC-certified walnut and paired with the Trough 3619 concrete sink—is no exception. Showcasing a silky-smooth exterior, the vanity is sealed with a low-VOC, water-resistant finish. A full-extension, soft-close drawer provides ample storage space without taking up excessive square footage. Vanity, $2,590; sink, $1,588;


Sailing, a new bath fixtures collection that pays homage to the nautical arts, is the elegant result of a collaboration between Italian brand Fantini and innovative, international design firm Yabu Pushelberg. The subtly faceted vertical element brings a touch of modern sophistication to the utilitarian design of classic boat cleats—also gamely referencing the company's roots in Lake Orta, Italy. Shown: Four-hole Roman tub set. Price upon request;


The latest mosaic collection from New Ravenna is called Biome, a name that refers to the five primary, naturally occurring biological communities of organisms: aquatic, tundra, grassland, desert, and forest. The stunning Stratum design expresses one manifestation of the aquatic biome—glacial ice through the polished colors of moonflower, cornflower, blue Macauba, Ming green, and Dolomite. The effect translates to the feeling of being surrounded by cool sheets of ice or rain. Handcrafted in Virginia. From $268/square foot;


The eye-catching Marie collection is the outcome of an organic collaboration between luxury fashion house Maison Marie Saint Pierre and Baril Design, the brainchild of the two brands' founders: Marie-Eve Baril and Marie Saint Pierre. The artful designs exhibit a surprisingly serene palette, in particular the Two-Handle Lavatory Faucet, which offers custom installation options such as sphere handle placement and the choice of a high-flow or eco-friendly flow rate. Shown in mist, matte black, and blush. $925;