Perrin and Rowe tub filler flanked with a pair of Afina mirrors (both available at Designer Bath) seen at the Walker Zanger tile showroom in Los Angeles (WZ tile is available at Tile by Design in Danvers)
While we may be separated by about 3,000 miles and a significant difference in wardrobe styling, interior design choices on the West Coast appear to be very similar to what is available throughout East Coast showrooms. New Englanders may lean toward more traditional looks to fit within the framework of our older homes, and our vibe may not be as minimalist in nature, but it is nice to see that we still have access to the same types of high-style bath products that our sun-kissed neighbors get to enjoy.
Below are more snapshots of favorite brands from our Beverly showroom that I spotted while on a recent trip to visit West Coast design destinations, including the inaugural WestEdge Design Fair in Santa Monica that artfully showcased the latest in contemporary, progressive design.
Laguna copper lav sink from Native Trails with Water Decor faucet
(both available at Designer Bath)
Walker Zanger on Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles
Visiting a tile showroom is a great way to experience complete vignettes that really highlight a products beauty. How amazing is the chevron textured tile behind the equally textured copper sink from Native Trails? Also loving the black lav faucet ... great combination!
a newly introduced contemporary faucet from Rohl
Seen at WestEdge Design Fair
I saw a real mix of contemporary and traditional styles at the WestEdge Design Fair. Rohl had a number of vignettes set up that included some new products paired with some of their best sellers. Perrin and Rowe, part of the Rohl brand, is very New England looking. In fact, we have the console sink below in our showroom.
traditional (very New England in style) Perrin and Rowe bath
a neat single unit thermostatic shower, hand spray and tub filler
the Turn lav faucet
The modern Turn faucet from Rohl’s Jorger collection was inspired by the Infinity Tower in Dubai. The helix shape was very eye-catching and it’s available in a variety of finishes including a warm yellow gold called “Sunshine.”
a new stainless copper single bowl kitchen sink from Rohl
We don’t have this sink in our showroom yet, it’s that new! The finish was brilliant:
• the look of copper with the durability of stainless steel
• zero-edge side walls with “TangentEdge” = easy to clean
• fully insulated with “quiet coat” sound deadening technology
water filtration systems from Everpure on display at WestEdge Design Fair
Fresh filtered water delivered with ease makes Everpure one of my top-picks. We have a working system installed at our showroom coffee bar sink. I visit it throughout the day to fill my drinking glass with crystal clear, cold water (no water bottle waste!) A small filtration unit is placed in the cabinet below the sink. Ask to see it next time you stop by!
Blanco finishes are inherently anti-bacterial with a Hygienic+Plus shield
Blanco Alta Compact kitchen extendable pull-out spray facuet in white
Modex sink in new cinder Silgranite finish from Blanco
“Modex features a unique 3 inch profile that sits above the counter and offers a generous amount of task space thanks to the dual draining design and large integrated cutting board.” –Blanco
Modern geometrics mark the latest kitchen collections from Blanco. Their signature Silgranite finish is now available in Cinder, which looks like a warm cross between a slate and a soapstone. Blanco was one of the generous sponsors of my California field trip. We got to see their products while visiting the new Poggenpohl showroom in LA. Read more about Blanco and the other WestEdge-Modenus-BlogTour sponsors in future LA design updates on Design Vignettes.