Bathrooms

Bathe in colour

Utilising a new material known as Cristalmood, due to its transparency and sheen, the Reflex bathtub is a piece of undeniable beauty and composure.

Deceptively simplistic

These 12 new architectural tapware collections by Italian company Quadro offer an elemental, understated aesthetic.

Mindful materials

In 2016 in the attic space of an Auckland cafe, an idea was formed. Fast forward six years and this Kiwi company is making waves globally.

Sanctuary and curvature

In celebration of its 40th year, Athena has launched two new vanity ranges, designed with Auckland-based interior designer Sonya Cotter.

Living finishes

Named after some of New Zealand’s great walks, a new range of pull handles by Windsor Architectural Hardware offers a fresh take on sustainable door decor.

Nature’s echo

Material Space’s Duncan Rooney talks to HOME about defying trends and a growing desire to work with natural materials and textures. 

Luxury underfoot

A wet-room design, marked by a level-entry shower delivers an enviable feature — without long-term maintenance.

Timeless opulence

Outside of the quintessential black and white aesthetic, Plumbline’s latest collection offers an array of textures, colours, and finishes to cement a feeling of ageless refinement in the bathroom. 

Bathe in colour

Colour is an interior designer’s superpower. Whether your home is dipped in monochrome, or playfully painted in complementary tones, colour has the ability to inspire. 

Sunset pinks

The statement pink-tinted concrete bath and basin were sourced from Concrete Nation, in a tone that is picked up by the chunky texture of the Italian floor tiles.

Cedar and oak

Surrounded by grand old trees, including an 80-year-old oak, the site called for a new home that took full advantage of the garden. 

Motueka bathroom

This luscious bathroom is part of a luxury lodge situated high on a hilltop in Motueka, near Nelson.

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