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Bathe big in tight spaces

Bathe big in tight spaces

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    Edge collection

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    Edge collection

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    Iñaki Kapero

    iOS collection

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    simon whitmore

    iOS collection

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    Lucas Finlay Photography

    iOS collection

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    Edge collection

Two new bath collections from Victoria + Albert make the luxurious look of freestanding bathtubs and vessel sinks feasible in small spaces. The iOS line features a double-ended, oval design with the tub measuring approximately 59 inches long, 31 inches wide, and 23 inches tall, and the sink measuring 21 inches long and 4 inches tall. The rounded corners and double-ended entry of the Edge collections’ sink and tub make for a sleek, urban aesthetic. The tub is about 59 inches long, 32 inches wide, and 24 inches deep, while the sink’s 17-¾-inch-by-12-5/8-inch frame is approximately 4 inches deep. Both collections are cast from a proprietary combination of ground volcanic limestone and resin and have a glossy white finish. Victoria + Albert, 800.421.7189; www.vandabaths.com.