Bathtubs, basins and bathroom vanity units come in all manner of shapes, sizes and finishes so its not often that a design truly takes us by surprise. However, this array of modern bathroom furniture, by italian bathroom design company Toscoquattro, really does push the envelope.
This block walnut vanity unit with integrated basin keeps a contemporary scheme looking streamlined. The wall mounted faucet takes the form of a neat glass shelf, complete with a place for a small floral display.
A similar white design appears as a simple console shelf when viewed head-on.
This cube vanity-basin combination provides a unique opportunity for central room placement, creating a bathroom island that is facilitated by a chrome stand tap.
The cube formation can be set against a wall, with a top mounted tap, when space is limited.
The unusual slope of this basins base is a new approach to drainage.
A half-spherical bathroom basin appears to perch precariously on the very edge of this minimalist vanity block; fed by a freestanding faucet it seems almost independent of its mount.
The front of the minimalistic vanity opens up to reveal handy drawer space for bathroom paraphernalia.
Simplistic vanity and basin combos work well as twin units, to keep the look uncluttered.
This freeform bathtub really breaks the mould-and in fact looks like it has been formed using no mould at all.
An independent slide-away drawer unit is an interesting solution.
A storage section accessed via the top of this bathroom vanity unit is an unexpected find, and it’s easy to see how top accessed storage cubbies could keep countertops clutter free.
Simple isn’t always boring, as with these elegantly formed basins.
In this vanity unit the basin color blends with surrounding material; the overall look is as a solid piece of furniture rather than a bathroom specific fixture.
Grate bottomed basins look almost futuristic…
…and some grates don’t bother with a basin at all, and instead provide drainage at the vanity shelf surface itself.