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If House & Home has anything to say about it, 2013 is all about bathroom decorating. It's now at the top of designers' lists — you may have noticed our love of statement tubs in recent issues.

For the past 30 years, PierDeco Design has been at the forefront of bathroom trends, creating state-of-the-art bathroom furniture. Modern materials and sleek designs make them tastemakers in the industry. (This blog post is sponsored by PierDeco Design.) Here are a few of our favourite new products from the company: 

Acclaimed Italian industrial designer Antonio Bullo created the Day Evo Bathtub. Available in teak or cedar wood, the tub's clean, modern lines exemplify a sophisticated, Scandinavian style. The Yell Okoumè Shower Column complements the tub's minimalist look.

The multilayer wood Next Step Evo Bathtub takes the Day Evo's sharp lines and softens them, creating a warm, inviting silhouette. The wall-mounted Shift Hub offers an unobtrusive, architectural alternative to the standard sink.

Indulge in a spa-like experience at home with a sleek stainless steel shower column that features adjustable rainfall, flexible jet showerhead and a square brush handheld shower. Did we mention the AquaMassage Shower Column has a thermostatic temperature control valve? Finding the perfect temperature just got easier.

Create a dramatic moment with the Red Cube Vanity. A matching statement tub pops against a fresh grey and white room. Opt for the PD-890-S AquaMassage Shower Column to give a room a high-tech feel. The thermostatic waterfall shower column is illuminated by relaxing chromotherapy LED lights.

It's time to up the ante on bathroom design and we've definitely found some new inspiration for our next bathroom makeover. If you're about to take on a bathroom reno and want more information, have a look at PierDeco Design's full range of products at or call 1-855-417-3740.

Photo credits:
1-4. PierDeco Design


Chloe Berge

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