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Classical architecture at its best. An axial procession through a hall lined with black and white prints leads to a perfectly placed window with a view of the landscape beyond. The sculptural and symmetrical design of the tub, with its burnished exterior and simple footed base, fills the architectural need for balance and proportion.

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At Waterworks, we absolutely love stone. It has a remarkable history that is around 4.6 billion years old, reflecting that its formation is extremely complicated. As the earth was formed, secrets were disguised in multiple layers beneath the surface. When man discovered these hidden gems, quite by accident, he wanted to extract them from gigantic mountains and large mounds. Of course, he had to construct tools and corral thousands of men with their raw strength to haul huge blocks from the site. The early use of levers and fulcrums helped ease the job.

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A bold statement in blue, pictured in The Perfect Bath, courtesy of Mitchell Design Studio! This is a dramatic, sophisticated and glamorous design statement with floor-to-ceiling marbleized wallpaper, brass fittings and washstand softened with a wood floor.

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We have been talking about a gentle shift in bath design for about a year. It started with the launch of our new Architectonics palette (expanded to 123 colors) and has continued to the installation of more active and colorful stones.

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