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13 of the Most Luxurious Bath Products Out There

The latest trend for bathrooms is turning them into private spas. As you can imagine, the transformation can be rather spendy. Here’s just some items that scream ‘spa’ as well as ‘I have enough disposable income to splurge on stuff like this.’

Translucent Bathtub from Jason International, $10,800.

13 of the Most Luxurious Bath Products Out There

Art Deco Mirrored Vanity by Maitland-Smith.

Programmable Shower from Kohler.

Illuminated Faucet from KWC America by designer Bruno Sacco

Walk-in Shower Rooms. This one is from Diamond Spas, $3,312.

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Glass Vanity Tops. This one is from Domani USA, $700 to $900.

Steel Soaking Tub again from Diamond Spa, $7,720.

Shower Arch from Hansgrohe.

Radiant Floor Heating.

Hammered Copper Sink from Native Trails, $545 to $675.

Steam Shower Module from Lasco Bathware, which includes 8-color chomatherapy lighting and an aromatherapy system.

Foot Spa from MTI Whirlpools, from $820.

Mixed-Media Fixtures; this one is from Neo-Metro. The toilet is $3,600 and vanity $5,350.

For more information regarding these products, visit bhg.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ModHomeEcTeacher on Apr 23, 2008:

All we ask for is a big, walk in shower where you get to walk around a wall and be in a gloriously tiled shower.  You'd die if you could see our little fiberglass capsule.


SoundOfVision on Apr 22, 2008:

I'm using Firefox. I just went to IE and the box appeared, weird. Usually FF is the one that works, hehe.


 


Can I adjust it to work in FF?


 


Thanks Bruno.


bruno on Apr 22, 2008:

SoundOfVision, what browser are you using? If you're not seeing the insert link popup, it may be a bug, or you might be on an unsupported browser. Thanks,


Bruno  


 


SoundOfVision on Apr 22, 2008:

Hey there!


Thanks! :D


Yeah, I know it should be like that, but I don't get that insert/edit box. I just get some gray square. :/


DIY Maven on Apr 22, 2008:

Hey Vision. Welcome to Curbly! To make links in comments--or anywhere, for that matter--just highlight the subject text in the comment itself. The chain link icon will appear above; after you click on the icon, the insert/edit link box will appear. Then just copy and paste the URL into the link URL box. Hope this helps!


SoundOfVision on Apr 22, 2008:

Wow, amazing. :D


 


p.s. can I ask one tiiiiny question, since I'm new to Curbly...how do I make links? rich text's way doesn't work and I can't switch to HTML. O.o


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