Livingetc Style Awards 2021 winners: Bathroom Design category

The winners of the Bathroom Design category at the Livingetc Style Awards 2021 are announced

Otto Tiles and Design
(Image credit: Otto Tiles and Design)

As chosen by our judges, Livingetc editor Pip McCormac, Livingetc Editorial Director Sarah Spiteri, Livingetc columnists and interior designers Linda Boronkay and Minnie Kemp and fashion stylist legend Lucinda Chambers, these are the best pieces of bathroom design for  you'll want to use in your next project or update.

Bath - winner: Whitewater bath by Susie Atkinson for Drummonds

Drummonds

(Image credit: Drummonds)

Designed in collaboration with award-winning interior designer Susie Atkinson, the Whitewater bath features contoured sides and a gently raised edge to create the perfect comfort/style combination. 

Drummonds’ craftsmen worked closely with Susie to finesse every element, from initial sketches through to the finished product. 

“Reinterpreting this classic shape feels friendly and familiar, while the height is super luxe with its long side you can lie back on” says Pip McCormac. 

Shop this bath here.

Tiles - winner: Carnival by Otto Tiles & Design

Otto Tiles and Design

(Image credit: Otto Tiles and Design)

These Memphis-style sustainably produced encaustic tiles were designed by founder Damla Turgut using a palette inspired the desaturated colours seen on a trip to Tulum. Consisting of three geometric patterned tiles and one complimentary plain, the handmade are tiles crafted from recycled and sustainable materials using eco-friendly production methods, and can be used indoors and out, on walls and on floors.  

“I love these colours and the deigns are so much fun. I could easily integrate them into any number of projects and you could be really imaginative about where you use them” says Minnie Kemp.  

Shop these tiles here.

Shower - winner: Henry by Waterworks

Waterworks

(Image credit: Waterworks)

The goose-necked shower has a whiff of Victorian industrial bathhouse style, but still feels very elegant and up to date. It's available in a variety of finishes, but what makes it stand out - literally - is the wide arched shape. It is expansive and bold, and the design itself is no mean feat, requiring casting, turning, forging, hand-fitting and hand-polishing.

“This is such a sensational shape” says Sarah Spiteri. “It’s a piece that can really define the whole look of your bathroom.”

Shop this shower here.

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