From Engineering on November 03, 2009 in Bathroom Remodel
Ultra minimalism, solid materials and full functionality are all evident here in the Latis Bathroom Collection. Set to debut globally this December by designer Thomas Coward of Omvivo, the collection features luxury dual-function bathtubs, sleek trestle vanities and unique basins. All made from earthly elements of natural stone and timber.
Latis, whose name was cleverly inspired by the Celtic Goddess of Water, includes a range of bathroom furniture designed for all lifestyles. Their back-to-basics approach is apparent throughout the collection with simple lines and flexible design. Efficient, uniform and elegant, the simplistic pieces are reminiscent of Old World with a contemporary twist.
The sculptured natural stone basins are offered in rectangular and round shapes and come in various finishes. They sit atop oak tables with your choice of stone or wooden lower shelves. The deep rectangular stand-alone tub is sleek with clean and simple lines. The bathtub is undercut at one end to allow for the optional wooden open-shelf unit convenient for a dish of pretty bath soap or an owl collection.
Omvivo also offers lighting, accessories and other lines featuring basins and wash planes. With the highest quality materials, attention to detail and traditional craftsmanship, the Australian company offers you the uncomplicated bathroom.