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Fanfare by Architessa.

Stone Forest's Trough Console.

Studio Number 10's cabinet knobs and pulls.

Artis White by Porcelanosa.

Fibo’s Crescendo collection.

Falper's Lancetta tub.

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Designed by Lucia Carlomagno for Italian luxury-bath company Falper, the sculptural Lancetta freestanding tub is distinguished by an unusually high backrest that lends comfort and ergonomic support. Made of Cristalplant, a durable, stone-look engineered surface, in a matte finish. falper.it

Fanfare, a recent offering by Architessa, is a vibrant collection of Japanese-made, glazed-porcelain mosaics. Available in Aqua, Cobalt and White, the tiles come in circles, triangles, stars, scallops and more. Pictured above: Scallop Aqua makes a bold statement. architessa.com

Stone Forest elevates the classic trough sink with its elegant Trough Console. A honed Carrara marble basin sits atop the manufacturer’s Elemental Classic Trough Vanity Legs, pictured here in polished nickel. Find at area Ferguson locations. stoneforest.com; ferguson.com

British maker Studio Number 10 uses reclaimed wood sourced from historic buildings to create cabinet knobs and pulls, embellishing them with gold and silver leaf and a coat of clear resin. Find at Push Pull Decorative Hardware in North Bethesda. studionumber10.co.uk; pushpullhardware.com

A dynamic, undulating surface characterizes Artis White, a 3-D ceramic wall tile made by Porcelanosa. The sleek, 13-by-40-inch tiles come in bronze, silver and matte or high-gloss white; pictured here in an airy, modern bathroom masterminded by Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath. Available locally at Marblex in Fairfax, Virginia. marblexinc.com

Designed with a 24-by-12-inch-tile look, Fibo’s Crescendo collection of three-dimensional, 24-by-94-inch wall panels offers easy installation and an affordable price point. The line includes four hues; Gris Grande is pictured. Find at USA Cabinet Store locations. usacabinetstore.com; fibosystemusa.com

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