Creating a luxurious bathroom with DXV

Don`t we all have a dream or fantasy about soaking in a magnificent tub in our luxurious bathroom. I know that I do….but my dream bathroom may look very different from yours. You may imagine something more modern and streamlined while I may fantasize about the look of classic glamour. Either way, the luxury brand DXV will help you realize your ultimate luxury bathroom reality.
The DXV flagship portfolio of luxury bath and kitchen products was launched in 2014 to celebrate the distinguished 140-plus-year heritage of American Standard by reimagining the most influential design movements during that time: Classic (1890-1920), Golden Era (1920-1950), Modern (1950-1990), and Contemporary (1990-Present).
Luxury brand DXV and American Standard are divisions of LIXIL Americas, another one of this years Blogtour KBIS sponsors and their booth at this years Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) had me jumping up and down in excitement! Since their inception in 2014, DXV created the DXV Design Panel consisting of 4 interior designers to share inspirations by using the high-style DXV collections. This past year their Design Panel represented some iconic cities in their design inspiration: Charleston, Palm Springs and Miami.
Which one of these bathroom designs fulfills your luxury bathroom fantasy? “Southern Classic“ Charleston (1890 – 1920)
Susan M. Jamieson, ASID, recreated the “Southern Classic” city of Charleston, choosing architectural elements from this locale’s historic homes and marrying them with modern fixtures. Here, she placed the DXV Fitzgerald freestanding tub, with its clean design lines, directly beneath a more historically styled Palladian spiderweb window. DXV Pop under counter lavatories and Randall widespread faucets further complement this combination of classic and modern presentation.
A whimsical pop of green upholstery makes a bold graphic statement amongst the black-and white Georgian floor and grisaille wallpaper finishes this gorgeous bathroom.
If you want to recreate this stunning bathroom, here are the DXV products you would need:
“Mid-Century Resort“ Palm Springs (1950-1990)
The DXV “Mid-Century Resort” bathroom designed by Beth Dotolo and Carolina V. Gentry combines Hollywood glamour with desert modernism for a leisurely trip through time. The angular lines of the DXV Seagram freestanding soaking tub made it a dynamic focal point for their vignette, perfectly capturing the essence of the bold, modern style that is Palm Springs. I don`t know about you but I really want that gold duck! 🙂
Dotolo and Gentry’s DXV “Mid-Century Resort” bathroom combines Hollywood glamour with desert modernism for a leisurely trip through time. They incorporated uniquely modern design elements and paired them with glamorous touches throughout their space. Bright whites, bursts of colors and organic patterns are all set off by a few rich hits of quirky fun, setting the tone for a true sense of leisure that’s as timeless today as it was yesterday.
Here`s what you need to recreate this luxurious bathroom in your own home: Seagram Freestanding Soaking Tub with Deck Contemporary Floor Mount Tub Filler Seagram Wall Hung Dual Flush Toilet Pop Rectangle Vessel Lavatory Percy Faucets, Shower and Accessories Now all glam may not be your style and you might prefer a luxurious bathroom that is contemporary and modern with clean lines. Good news: DXV has that for you too! “Contemporary Beach“ Miami (1990 – present) Inspired by the present-day contemporary design movement in Miami, Genevieve Ghaleb created this DXV “Contemporary Beach” bathroom that highlights pure form, symmetry and precision. The room’s elements feature simple, clean lines and sensuous curves, including the exquisite Lyndon freestanding soaking tub.
When Genevieve designed this bathroom, she had created this room for a busy gentleman in need of intentional daily luxury. A lot of the elements feature simple, clean lines. Add bold lighting and accessories and you`ve got a bathroom that is strong, sleek and sexy.
Listed below are the DXV products required to recreate this luxurious contemporary bathroom in your home Percy Faucets and Shower Lyndon Freestanding Soaking Tub Contemporary Floor Mount Tub Filler SpaLet AT200 Dual Flush Smart Toilet I don`t know about you but I am ready to redesign my master ensuite ASAP! I hope I was able to inspire you also with all the luxurious DXV product and these fabulous bathroom vignettes!
Glamorously yours, xoxo