May 15, 2012
StilHuas was founded in 1978 and continuously operated by the Bianchini family.
The company has over 30 years of experience in the luxury bath industry. Their unchanged commitment to the products they produce results in a five year quality guarantee.
The dedication to creating innovative and practical goods made with the highest quality materials rivals their competitors and has ensured their continued success for many more years to come. StilHaus is located in Italy, in the town of Viterbo.
Extremely practical, butlers are perfect for small spaces. Butlers incorporate multiple bathroom accessories and complements into one location without taking up a large portion of real-estate.
May 14, 2012
One of the largest and longest lasting European bathroom accessory companies is Geesa. Geesa has been able to endure due to their commitment for excellence. Doors for their facilities opened in 1885 and celebrated their 125th year in 2010.
Certified according to the ISO (International Organization for Standardization) 9001-2008 standard for design, production and the delivery of bathroom accessories.
Geesa has become a high-end bathroom accessory market leader and exports their supplies to 65 countries.
Geesa stands by all of their products with quality assurance offering a 12 year warranty on all 12 micron layer of nickel and chrome layered brass bath goods.
–Design surpasses functionality without losing utility.–
May 9, 2012
Gedy is an Italian bathroom accessory manufacturer with over 50 years of experience. Opening their doors in 1953, Gedy has now become a European household name.
May 3, 2012
Simply sleek, this satin stainless steel faucet satisfies a smooth seamless style.
Developed by Ces Design, you’re looking at Ziqq. Keeping the design simple allows the eye to rediscover the natural beauty of shapes.
Styled with or without flat connecting rectangular bar.
Minimalistic faucet comes in multiple mounting methods.
Made of stainless steel with a satin or polished chrome finish.
Slightly mechanical design developed by master fabricators Mario Tessarollo and Daniela Lovato.
May 1, 2012
Or two, or three?
Intriguingly simple, these hand-shapes with gestures are wall hooks that are a stunning brew of art and functionality. Gestures include a “thumbs up”, waving “hello”, “shake”, “peace”, “rock on”, “okay”, pointing and even an “up yours”.
Conseptualized by Thelermont Hupton, these are some really creative wall hooks. Each hand is cast in composite materials with a vibrant lacquer finish.
What may look like a scene from Mr. and Mrs. Smith, I assure you this is no movie still-shot, just some more really cool hooks.