When it comes to making a statement in the bathroom, it would be hard to miss a showstopping piece like Native Trails’ Santorini freestanding tub in a polished copper finish. The Santorini, while quite eclectic, mimics Mexican traditions with a craftsmanship that reflects the work of skilled Mexican artisans from centuries long ago. This tub also comes in antique copper and brushed nickel finishes.
We love this piece because it is bold, it commands attention and is not likely to be a common addition to the average home bath. This bathtub is definitely for those who are risktakers and want to make a statement. To complement such an elaborate vessel, design your space with dark, deep hues like charcoal greys, black, emerald green and navy on your walls. Pair it with plumbing fixtures in matte black or antique bronze finishes, along with gold or silver accents to achieve a luxurious and even royal bath. Warm, sensual tones like blush pink and sandstone with plumbing fixtures and accentuating pieces in antique finishes, would make for a luxurious and relaxing, spa-like retreat. See below, the Santorini in its other two finishes, Antique Copper and Brushed Nickel.
The Avalon, in a Slate finish, is another stunning vessel by Native Trails. It is crafted in their signature Native Stone concrete, a combination of natural jute fiber and cement, is equally as stunning and would be another breathtaking focal point in your home bath. Avalon’s thick walls provide insulation to ensure a lasting hot, deep, and relaxing soak. It also comes in Ash and Pearl finishes.
When it comes to adding style and originality to your bath, these selections are sure to impress your guests. Shop these stunning collections by Native Trails, plus much more at PDI Kitchen, Bath and Lighting. We have six Metro Atlanta showrooms – Atlanta, Lawrenceville, McDonough, Woodstock, Lake Oconee and Alpharetta, and one Nashville showroom to better serve you. Visit us on the web at relyonpdi.com and follow us on Facebook and Instagram with the hashtag /relyonpdi.
Written by Joi Albright