Modern Bathroom, Asian Style

Manufacturer of bathroom faucets, toilets, and bathtubs are often the best sources for modern bathroom ideas. After all, you have a vested interest in modernity, as some home owners go out of their way to buy antique toilets (although it must be said that the refurbished cast-iron clawfoot tubs are a pretty hot niche).

Most of our items offered come from American Standards, and in particular of its Tropic collection: the sink faucet, shower faucet, sink, furniture. And, Yes, that is the main pillar of the American standard: the toilet.
Modern Style Bathroom. Copyright American Standard

Baths fell out of fashion in the bathroom for a couple of decades in the 20th century. Century. Together with Victorian terraced houses, solid wood flooring, and leaded glass windows, bathtubs, were suddenly considered old-fashioned. Baths were ripped out and replaced with this modern tool for swimming, the shower.

Then a change happened: people decided that bathtubs were pretty good, after all. Designers began to develop, luxurious tubs that fit perfectly into the modern bathroom.

This sink is from American Standard, and we consider a mixture of three (count ’em – three!) Collections, manufacturer: Town Square, Copeland, and Brook.

Bathroom Pedestal Sink
Copyright American Standard

The Cabinet threatens behind the pedestal sink: why? It doesn’t seem to do anything, except get in the way.

From a functional perspective, there are two things. First of all, it is the elimination of the need to create a privacy wall creates a natural private space for the toilet–. Secondly, there is storage space for towels, toiletries, toilet paper, and maybe even bed linen. Shelf-access smart is built into the pages so that beautiful things do not accidentally fall into the “unmentionables.”

The two-piece toilet, pedestal sink, and faucet all come from the Town Square collection.