Quartertwenty is an architectural and hardware designer based out of a studio in Portland. We like their streamlined collection of bath hardware cut from 10-guage steel, including The Holy Roller, a toilet paper holder that “looks great even when empty!”
Indigo Traders, a Portland shop and online store, calls the traditional Turkish bath towel its signature product, which it sources from a family of skilled weavers in Turkey. The flat-woven towel is lightweight, spun from cotton, linen or silk, and loved for its absorbency and softness.
Adorn the sink or shower with a bar of handmade, cold-pressed soap from Carlton’s Rough Cut Soap Company. Made from all-natural or organic ingredients when possible, there are many scents, from the sweet Dandelion to the herbal Citrus Sage to the floral Lavender Cedar Wood.
“I’ve used Heath in almost every project I’ve ever done, and I’ve been a Heath nut for many years,” architect Michael Howells said. He loves the California-based Heath Ceramics tile for its handmade quality and the depth of the glazes. The Classic Field collection comes in eighteen shapes and sizes, making it a versatile choice for any bathroom project.
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