Rituals of decadence

Eden Stone considers the delight of bathing and simple rituals through its collection of handcrafted baths and basins.

The Curio Bay bath by Eden Stone.

When it comes to winding down at the end of the day, there’s arguably nothing quite like the experience of a natural stone bath.

Incorporating natural materials like stone into daily rituals invites a sense of slow luxury. In the Eden Stone range, there’s a sense of organic and whimsy in some pieces, and solidity and permanence in others. What binds the Eden Stone collection together is the beauty of irregularity that nature provides.

Every bath and basin is handmade, making them unique, sculptural works of art. Each piece also has slight colour variations which ensure absolute individuality.

The Sweet Pea composite stone bath by Eden Stone.

Handcrafted from crushed quartz, marble and stone, Eden Stone baths are available in 17 designs, while there are 14 options for stone basins. The Eden Stone team also works with clients, architects, and designers to create completely bespoke pieces intended for specific spaces.

The majority of the range is available in three colourways: ivory white, dapple grey, and onyx black, each with a subtle terrazzo fleck that accentuates the organic form of the baths.

The Ivy Fleur bath by Eden Stone.

In terms of material performance, stone naturally retains heat, and Eden Stone baths are designed with a thermal cavity to ensure they heat up quickly and remain warm longer.

Using augmented reality, Eden Stone offers a service on their website in which clients can scan a QR code and place any bath or basin into an existing space to determine the size, style or colour best suited to the bathroom.


The Curio Bay bath by Eden Stone.

Enter your details below to go in the draw to win a Curio Bay bath from Eden Stone valued at $3,874.00!

*Competition is open to those residing in New Zealand only. Entries close at 5pm on Sunday 3 September 2023. The winner will be drawn at random and notified via email on Monday 4 September 2023. 

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