Design meets function in today's bathroom. Not only are the necessities aesthetically pleasing, but elements of comfort and convenience are thoughtfully worked in at every turn. See how these new products can better your bath.
A little detail goes a long way when you're making room for all the necessities in a small space. Whether it's jewelry, a travel bag, or just another towel, use these hooks to keep your bath neat and clutter free.
Shown here: Towel Bar Hooks from Moen
Take the guesswork out of choosing faucets and fixtures for your bathroom remodel. This versatile collection offers all the hardware you'll need, leaving plenty of time to customize the rest of the room.
Shown here: Upton Suite from TOTO
Give your guests something to talk about when you add a touch of glamour to your powder room. Embellished with Swarovski crystal, this collection is anything but ordinary; think of it as jewelry for your bath.
Shown here: RSVP Bath Collection from Brizo
Combining clean lines with a touch of Southern charm gives this vanity mass appeal. The distressed finish serves as a neutral backdrop. Add a sleek stone vanity top for a contemporary look or a traditional sink and faucet for casual style.
Shown here: Savannah Vanity from Native Trails
With four pressure options and a price that won't break the bank (around $70), this multifunctional showerhead is perfect for the shared bathroom. Best of all, the DIYer can easily install this option; no need to call the handyman.
Shown here: Flipside Showerhead from Kohler
Made with both relaxation and safety in mind, this spa-like massage tub includes eight jets (with soundproof pumps), automatic safety shutoff, and changeable lighting. Our favorite feature: a water heater that ensures a warm bath from beginning to end.
Shown here: Tonic Message System from Produits Neptune
We know what you're thinking: A fire truck in the bathroom?
Winner of the People's Choice Award, this fun feature actually fits over your tub (and ties into standard plumbing), so it can be removed once your little one outgrows it. Plus, filling a smaller space means less water and energy, which in turn saves on bills.
Shown here: Fun Fire Truck from Safety Tubs
No matter your style preference, every woman can appreciate a vanity with lights, drawer organizers, electrical outlets, and a place for the hair dryer. Now, if they'd just include the hair and makeup stylist with the vanity purchase, we'd be set!
Shown here: Robern Vanity
Why take a trip to the spa when you can have a therapeutic steam bath right at home? Use the Online Shower Configurator to customize every detail to your liking, and then view the final product before even placing an order. Now that's luxury at its finest.
Shown here: Expose Walk-In Shower from MAAX
Contrary to popular belief, safety can be stylish. Look closely, and you'll notice grab bars, seating, and a zero-threshold entry. Integrating clean lines into universal design elements, this shower system give every family access to a comfortable, safe bathing experience.
Shown here: Universal Design Contemporary Shower System form Delta
See more of the latest in bathroom design, products, and trends from the 2010 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show!