Designs that provide at-home, spa-like amenities.


A work of functional art, Ann Sacks' Claudette Freestanding Bathtub—part of the Claudette Suite for the brand's Curated Bath Collection—is cut from a single block of Catia Black marble. Showcasing a soothingly deep charcoal black with pure, crystalline white quartz veining, the tub is more than just elegance. Marble's capacity to retain heat gives the Claudette tub a singular ability to maintain temperature while the smooth, perfectly carved interior encourages a relaxing soak. $37,340;

Shower Jets

Grohe's innovative new Rainshower Aqua Body Spray transforms at-home bathrooms into rejuvenating wellness retreats. The sleek, modern design lays flush until it's turned on, then pops out to reveal an attractive knurled edge for easy toggling between the tranquil Rain spray and the energizing ActiveJet spray. To cater to individual preferences, the Aqua Body Sprays are angle-­adjustable to accommodate height differences and target multiple relief areas. $162/spray;

Towel Rack

Amba's portable, freestanding Solo heated towel rack not only serves as a stylish accent piece but also ensures warm, fluffy towels for an ultra-cozy, after-bath experience. Newly launched in an eye-catching matte black, the energy-efficient, lightweight model also keeps towels fresh and dry—eliminating dampness, the ideal breeding ground for germs and bacteria. Solo uses dry element technology for a quick heat-up time of 10 to 15 minutes (up to 149 degrees Fahrenheit) and includes an internal cable for plug-in capability that works with any standard outlet. $400-$480;


Graff's Ametis collection just received an upgrade: The multisensory Ametis Ring is now available in 24-karat gold. Imagined by Swiss designer Davide Oppizzi, the Ring's new finish brings an elegant and timeless appeal into the bath while providing the utmost in relaxation—a dual-function water feature offers the choice of an enjoyable cascade or an all-encompassing waterfall flow. Outfitted with an integrated, six-color LED chromotherapy system, the design includes a wall-mount button for easy ambient lighting control. Price upon request;


Reminiscent of the organic split-stone walls you often see in Tuscan villas, Ceramica Fioranese's new Mashup Dolomia features a Spaccato effect—a gravelly, coarse-grain finish that exudes a luxurious tactility. Actually a porcelain stoneware, it takes inspiration from the natural limestone of the Italian Dolomites. The water-resistant and antibacterial properties of porcelain stoneware also render it an optimal, hygienic choice for the bath. Shown in beige. Price upon request;


Salvatori, specialists since 1946 on contemporary uses of marble, has introduced its first tap collection, called Spaghetti, by Sicilian-born designer Elisa Ossino. The new faucet systems are fashioned from gunmetal with textured ribbing, awakening the sense of touch. They are sealed with eco-friendly PVD coating for more protection against scratching and corrosion than traditional materials such as chrome, brass, or nickel. The collection includes taps for washbasins, bidets, showers, and bathtubs. The tub filler is shown here with Ossino’s Balnea Bathtub, $61,500. Fixture prices upon request;