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Art House Reloaded by Architectural Ceramics' Architessa Brand Collection.

Viega’s in-wall flushing system.

Ocean Blue.

Island Stone’s Cascade Collection.

The MIX collection by Armac Martin.

The Solace 48-inch Vanity from Native Trails.

Cielo's I Catini.

Spa Scene

Innovative products to beautify the bath

Italian ceramics manufacturer Cielo debuts I Catini, a line of oval, rectangular or round ceramic washbasins perched atop a spare, steel base. The steel-and-ceramic components come in a choice of colors and finishes and feature an integrated drawer or shelf. Pictured above: Catino Tondo with a medicine cabinet that's part of the collection. ceramicacielo.it

Art House Reloaded, a line of dramatically veined, marble-look porcelain tiles made by Architessa Brand Collection, marries durability and opulence. The tiles come in myriad sizes from large-format to mosaic, and in a range of bold patterns. Pictured above: Quarzo Kandinsky adorns a luxe bathroom. Available at area Architectural Ceramics locations. architecturalceramics.com

In the interest of streamlining the WC, Viega’s in-wall flushing system conceals pipes and a water tank. A Viega Visign flush plate operates the system; it offers a wide range of design options and control functions—including LED lighting for orientation or ambiance and touchless activation. Available at Thos. Somerville locations. tsomerville.com; viega.com

The bold veining of Calacatta, Carrara, Statuary and Dolomite varieties of marble is reimagined in watery tones via Ocean Blue, a line of rectified porcelain tiles. The series comes in a matte or polished finish and in multiple formats; herringbone, hexagonal and square mosaics in a matte finish are also part of the mix. Available locally at Best Tile. besttile.com

Island Stone’s Cascade Collection of glass tiles is distinguished by a textured finish that mimics subtle movement on the water’s surface. The tiles come in three sizes and six colors, including Oceana and coordinate with the company’s Glass Essentials line. islandstone.com

The MIX collection of interchangeable cabinet hardware by British company Armac Martin conjures a stylish industrial vibe. Made of solid brass, pieces come in 20 mix-and-match finishes; pictured here: the straight knurled pull handle in burnished brass with a matte-black backplate. Available locally at Push Pull Hardware in North Bethesda. pushpullhardware.com

The solid-oak Solace 48-inch Vanity from Native Trails—part of a transitional bath vanity and mirror collection—is paired with the company’s NativeStone concrete-look surface. Buyers can choose from a range of finishes for both vanity and top. Midnight Oak is pictured above with a counter and shelf in contrasting Pearl. nativetrailshome.com

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