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Zuni 4 Square, from Country Floors’ Antiqued Tile Collection.

The Tempered Tile collection from Realstone Systems.

California Faucets’ Descanso series in burnished brass.

Crosswater London's Arcade Elements Extendable Bath Rack.

Ronbow’s Stack vanity collection.

The Allure waterjet mosaic collection by O’Neil Ruppel.

Ashley from Best Tile, pictured in Promontory.

Porcelanosa’s Tuck vanity in ash.

The Raye Antique Black Copper Tub by Signature Hardware.

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Measuring 71 roomy inches in length with a double slipper design, the Raye Antique Black Copper Tub by Signature Hardware makes a strong statement. Hand-hammered detailing and an embellished plinth impart a vintage look; available at area Ferguson locations. fergusonshowrooms.com

Country Floors’ Antiqued Tile Collection conveys a handmade, aged-over-time aesthetic. These glazed terracotta tiles for walls and floors come in a range of distinctive patterns; the Zuni 4 Square is a graphic, modern, geometric motif. Available at Country Floors in Bethesda. countryfloors.com

For its Tempered Tile collection, Realstone Systems wraps natural stone pieces in foil or leather with pigment to create wall surfaces boasting the polished sheen of glazed tile or the texture of leather. Available in 14 colors through Design Tile in Tysons Corner. design-tile.com; realstonesystems.com

California Faucets’ low-profile, industrial-chic Descanso series of bath faucets is characterized by a cylindrical shape and textured knurling details on the spout and handles, which come in burnished brass or carbon fiber. californiafaucets.com

Crosswater London has expanded its Arcade collection of bath fixtures and accessories with new basins, mirrors, a towel bar—and the Arcade Elements Extendable Bath Rack. Available in polished chrome or polished nickel through W.T. Weaver & Sons in Georgetown. weaverhardware.com; crosswaterlondon.com

An asymmetrical, stacked appearance gives Ronbow’s Stack vanity collection its name. Units feature ceramic basins, drawers and integrated bench seats. Medicine cabinets boast lift-up mirrors, LED lights, outlets and USB ports. Available through Thos. Somerville’s area locations. tsomerville.com; ronbow.com

Inspired by the vintage luxury of 1920s New York hotels, the Allure waterjet mosaic collection by O’Neil Ruppel combines honed marble in a range of motifs. Available as part of the Grandview Collection from Alexandria-based Renaissance Tile & Bath. renaissancetileandbath.com

Ashley is an extruded-brick, wall-tile series from Best Tile, showcasing a glazed surface in three neutral shades: Luminous (white), Atmosphere (gray) and Promontory (beige). The tiles measure two-and-a-half by nine-and-a-half inches and are available at area Best Tile locations. besttile.com

Integrated vertical handles and a laminate surface impart contemporary style to Porcelanosa’s Tuck single and double vanities. Finishes include ash or black. A mirror with an integrated shelf is part of the collection. Available at Porcelanosa locations in DC and North Bethesda. porcelanosa-usa.com

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