What the Pros Know: Bathrooms

Photographer: courtesy of Waterworks
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Photographer: courtesy of Waterworks

Darryl Carter: “I gravitate toward fixtures that are time honored, such as a European-style exposed shower. I often use Waterworks’ Etoile Exposed Thermostatic System. It comes in an unlacquered brass finish, which only improves over time.”

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Photographer: courtesy of Classic Clawfoot Tubs

Ellen Hamilton: “I love old-school clawfoot bathtubs. I recently had a project where I sent six of them overseas to a transplanted Brooklyn family. They just had to have their favorite tubs.”

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Photographer: courtesy of THG

Alex Papachristidis: “I still love nickel but I feel like I’m seeing it everywhere. So, I’m going back to gold finishes, which add old-world glamour to the bathroom. The THG Spirit Widespread Lavatory Set in polished gold is a favorite of mine.”

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Photographer: courtesy of Urban Archaeology

Celerie Kemble: “In my home, clear-glass legs support a marble slab and double sinks. They add unexpected delicacy, and I don’t for one second regret the trade-off of storage for sparkle.” Straight Legs or Industrial Base washstands in glass;

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Photographer: courtesy of Martin Brudnizki Design Studio by James McDonald

Martin Brudnizki: “At the Soho Beach House in Miami, I designed bathrooms using hexagonal concrete tile. The shape creates an interesting pattern, while the material can withstand spills, sun, and sand.” Ann Sacks Honeycomb tile;

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Photographer: courtesy of Circa Lighting

Alexa Hampton: “Bathroom lighting should be glamorous. I like it to look like crystal barware, with faceting and 1920s-style sex appeal.” Try: Hinkley Lighting’s Tides sconce () or Hampton’s cut-crystal Ava sconce, left;

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