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  • water mark

    The Waterfall takes outdoor bathing to new heights. Designed by Mark Suensilpong for Jane Hamley Wells, the teak-and-stainless steel shower column rises 7 feet above its spacious base.

  • a showering achievement

    The graceful lines of a ship's hull inspired the slender curve and natural wood composition of the Aqvaplana shower panel from Aqvadesign. The 2-inch-thick panel—constructed of ebony, paduk, zebrawood, or other rich species—provides a discreet hiding plac

  • artful ablution

    Napoli's sculptural shape and artful aesthetic wraps bathers in soothing luxury.

  • asian appeal

    An affinity for Japanese design united architect and clients and yielded this serene soaking space.

  • new material

  • bachelor bath

    Troy Adams describes the client for this Los Angeles master bath remodel as “a dream customer” who gave him carte blanche to create a “cool spalike concept that was also masculine.”

  • new material

  • inside out

    Small, versatile, and sustainable with strong indoor-outdoor ties. These were the goals Tom Lenchek, AIA, had in mind for his own vacation home in the Cascade Mountains. The lone bathroom in this 1,400-square-foot cabin is a microcosm of those ambitions.

  • expected showers

    RainSkyM shower panel with three spray options operating individually or in combination.

  • tranquility for two

    The Consonance whirlpool comprises two distinct soaking areas and dual controls for a shared experience tailored to individual preferences.