Fur­nish your bath­room with style

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With con­tin­ued ac­cent placed on re­laxed and com­fort­able liv­ing at home, the bath­room has seen a wealth of cab­i­net and fix­ture de­signs that ful­fill the needs of the most de­sign savvy. At this year’s pop­u­lar In­te­rior De­sign Show, IDS2016, the bath­room in­dus­try was in full stride. Sim­ple, clean lines with an in­dus­trial edge, apron­front farm sinks and el­e­gant hand­crafted, pre­ci­sion-molded pieces were all on dis­play. I was cap­ti­vated by the se­lec­tion at the GODI ex­hibit (www. godi­bath­room.ca). Their Ital­ian-de­signed col­lec­tions show pro­gres­sive de­sign fea­tures that com­bine high style with prac­ti­cal beauty. Here are two very dif­fer­ent takes on the well-dressed bath.

From the El­e­gant se­ries, this mod­ern col­lec­tion fea­tures 3-D con­tour­ing. The de­tails on the van­ity show di­a­mond-cut shapes. A white high­gloss fin­ish on the solid oak struc­ture ac­cen­tu­ates the three-di­men­sional de­sign. The coun­ter­top is crys­tal white quartz with un­der­mount basins. Above the van­ity is a solid wood framed mir­ror shaped to com­ple­ment the 3-D im­age. Unique to this se­ries, LEDs run across the top of the mir- ror, avail­able in dif­fer­ent col­ors. For smaller bath­rooms there is a 30-inch sin­gle van­ity. The float­ing style lends a light, mod­ern as­pect to any room.

In their Vanilla Sky se­ries, GODI gives full reign to the clas­sic lines of fine fur­ni­ture. The wood de­sign is hand­carved on the solid wal­nut draw­ers, and their curved shape of­fers am­ple stor­age. The or­ganic curv­ing shape of the mir­ror is a lovely sur­prise. It high­lights the beauty of the wood and creates an ad­di­tional di­men­sion to the set.

Deb­bie Travis

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