Bathroom Vanity.

From a kitchen post (two posts prior to this one), here’s a bathroom entry this time. Yes, I am so into our house hunting project that my online time is usually spent on bookmarking sites and shops about home design, furniture inspiration, interior design and architecture. I am even subscribed to my favorite home design blog’s feeds on my Bloglines getting a daily dose of ideas and inspiration. Its latest blog post features this Mastella’s unique modern vanity bathtub. It has organic curves inspired by an egg’s shape only with a flat edge making it ideal for practical wall placement without sacrificing style. This is the perfect tub for my ideal bathroom.


For great finishing touches to my dream minimalist bathroom, the following are the perfect eclipse towel and toilet paper rails bathroom accessories I found at Manufactured by H20 Bathware, these bathroom accessories are made of solid brass and are finished with polished chrome.

Eclipse Paper Holder Eclipse Towel Rail

By the way, if you are considering on renovating your bathrooms and looking for online stores to shop, check out the complete range of bathroom furniture, suites, accessories, tiles and taps at They have an extensive array of quality products at reasonable prices.  Take advantage of the Massive Stock Clearance Sale where hundreds of their stuffs are reduced to irresistible deals.


  1. Anna Vetroweich says:

    That’s quite different! I love odd bathroom fixtures. I found this really neat Whirlpool Tub that I think would be a fun addition to a bathroom. Who doesn’t like TV in the bathroom?!

  2. Joseph says:

    You have started a very interesting discussion on bathroom design. I’m a cabinetmaker who really does not want to make kitchens and bathrooms for a living, because the most of what is done in the US is just boxes with a “choice of doors and drawer fronts,” the most of which are made in a factory somewhere. Boring. I want to do something else if I can, but what?

    European design just absolutely blows my mind, and I find myself reading quite a bit on it, even though these are often modular kitchens and bathrooms that one would simply send away for and have installed by a local craftsman. But what fascinates me is the utter innovation of those designs, so I find myself returning to them quite a bit.

    I am also looking to design two bathrooms and a kitchen for my wife in too-small spaces in a tract home, which necessarily lets out those wonderful European designs that excite me so. And whenever I find myself going out on a limb with some idea or another, my wife always grounds me by saying, “If you stick with the classics, you won’t grow tired of them.”

    So, what do you do that is different and yet timeless and practical and stimulating to make if you’re a cabinetmaker? Damned if I know, but if I ever figure it out, I mean to make it for us and splash those babies all over the Internet!

    What you’ve written, though, has given me quite a bit to think about, and I thank you for sharing your concepts.

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