7 Ways To Create A Hotel-Worthy Bathroom September 14, 2017 | BY Grace Ma Inject that wow factor into your bathroom with eye-catching features that make you want to linger. START GALLERY Art & DesignTatler Homes #bathroom #interior #Axor #Laufen #Hansgrohe #maisonvalentino #sleekfurniture #moderninterior #Kohler #Gessi #ambience Related Stories A Guide To Living Well September 3, 2018 | BY Elizabeth Lee A Fashionista's Guide To A Stylish Life August 31, 2018 | BY Hong Xinying Here's A Smarter Way To Design Your Dream Bathroom August 29, 2018 | BY Hong Xinying LG Presents Innovation Of The Year At Tatler Design Awards February 9, 2018 | BY Hong Xinying 6 Stylish Stores To Visit For Decor Inspiration January 9, 2018 | BY Hong Xinying 9 Cosy Ideas For A Family-Friendly Living Room September 16, 2017 | BY Michele Koh Morollo photo_library 7 Ways To Create A Hotel-Worthy Bathroom September 14, 2017 | BY Grace Ma × Turn On Add a whimsical touch with the Axor LampShower, designed by acclaimed Japanese studio Nendo. A wide-rimmed shower crest and warm ambient lighting are fused together for a heightened sensual dimension to your shower. Designer Oki Sato from Nendo explains, "It is neither a lamp nor a shower; it is a hybrid." It's also guaranteed to be an illuminating conversation starter. Available at Hansgrohe Singapore, 69 Mohamed Sultan Road (Related: 5 Ways To Add Calming Elements To Your New Home) Advertisement Click To Skip Architectural Slant Designed by Konstantin Grcic for Swiss bathroom specialist Laufen, the Val collection uses the patent-pending SaphirKeramik in a range of architecturally clean washbasins and bathtubs. Thinner, but twice as strong and more hygienic than ceramic, the innovative material is used to craft extremely narrow (1mm to 2mm) radii edges and fine surface structures that are functionally decorative, making these bath pieces the perfect space-saver for the eco-conscious. Available at Carera Bathroom, #01-02, 26 Tai Seng Street (Related: 9 Bathroom Ideas For A Great Spa Experience) See Through Technological innovation meets design ingenuity in Axor's first transparent washbasin mixer, the Axor Starck V, developed with renowned designer Philippe Starck. The tap is made from sustainable and durable organic crystal glass, and controls the water flow at four litres per minute, which helps save water without compromising the user experience. Available at Hansgrohe Singapore, 69 Mohamed Sultan Road (Related: Designing a Customised Bathroom Retreat) Sculpted Bodies The stainless steel-made Gessi 316 range charms with its patterned body, giving a refined touch that is at once decorative and high-tech. It comes in steel, black-metal copper and warm steel-brushed versions. Another stunning find is the Rettangolo K tap which breaks the conventional design of its peers with an oblique cut that changes its silhouette – reminiscent of the letter K – when mounted on the washbasin. The striking faucet is available in finishes such as chrome, finox, black metal and copper. Available at Gessi, 165 Penang Road (Related: Must-See: Amazing Presidential Suites Around The World) Gilded Beauty With these Maison Valentina pieces, your bathroom may well be the next art gallery in the house. The collection features oversized mirrors, ornate washbasins, and bathtubs clad in sinuous curves, gold trimming and other elaborate details. Handmade by artisans with fine luxury materials such as brass, marble and glass, these statement pieces are rich in texture and design. (Related: 4 Stylish Hotels Every Design Savvy Traveller Should Visit) Advertisement Click To Skip Gold Rush Add a hint of glamourous refinement to your bathroom with Kohler's 6mm-thin washbasins featuring exquisite gold edges, made from a unique material that is harder and more durable than ceramic. Pair them with tall minimalist faucets in chrome, titanium or French gold finishes from the Composed collection to get the look of a stark yet elegant beauty. Available at Kohler, 52/56 Peck Seah Street (Related: We've Found The Sleekest Bathroom Throne Ever) This article was adapted from Singapore Tatler Homes August-September 2017.