New Marble Bathroom Fixtures & Accessories from Marmo
Marble Bathroom Accessories from Marmo
Thought you’d seen it all when it came to marble decor? Then this latest batch of marble bathroom accessories is going to rock your world.
Marble bathroom accessories – as well as marble basics for the kitchen and living room – are everywhere these days. I’ve featured numerous marble brands on the blog in the past, and I refuse to hear any argument suggesting that marble is a fleeting trend we’re going to see the back of shortly. I think marble is here to stay, and this latest collection from Marmo proves it.
This stellar new range of marble bathroom essentials from Marmo is packed full of divine basin and shower mixes, tapware, accessories and a whole host of other designer must-haves for your wet room. The complete series features 72 items in total, so it’s by no means a small debut.
The tapware – which is the portion of the range I’m losing my mind over the most – comes in chrome, white, black, gold, brushed nickel and rose gold components. So pick your favourite finish and you’re good to go.
Handcrafted by two iconic marbles (white Carrara and black Marquina), the best part about this range of marble bathroom accessories is that no two pieces are the same; every item has its own unique marble vein running through it, so you end up with a bathroom that’s truly one of a kind.
Created by Antonio Gardoni and Federico Castelli, Marmo combines the skillset of Italian artisans and the most refined industrial processes. The result is a range that celebrates the power and durability of its materials (metal, stone and water), all in striking geometric shapes. And again, nobody can tell me that geometrics are done; not in bathrooms and kitchens, anyway.
The price for this range starts at $880, so it’s not exactly considered a bargain buy, but it’s a timeless designer element I’d probably give my right arm for.
The Marmo marble bathroom range is available locally through Paco Jaanson. Click here for more.
What do you think of this marble bathroom collection? Do you think marble is here to stay? Share your thoughts in the comments below.