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Elle Decor Italia

Marble tiles as haute couture fabrics: dress up your bathroom!

Italian leading brand Elite Stone creates unique environments with custom-made finishes in natural stone

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The bathroom featured in London project, Dragonwyck, is defined by a smart mix of total-white marble and steel/wooden finishes. The immaculate stone is used for both the classical freestanding bath tub and wall covering. Furniture include with the Vanity top, which is entirely built in Cremo Delicato with extendible drawers made of marble and upholstered with hand-stitched leather

Rather than facing the occasional crisis, marble bathrooms are an increasingly established trend: ask Elite Stone, which traditionally focuses on such stunning natural stone to transform your house’s most intimate habitats into fully equipped, charming, precious, and almost representative spaces. All bathroom layouts conceived by the Verona-based company make abundant use of marble panelling as if it was some sort of high-fashion tailored suit, with the aim of delivering a truly inimitable design. Although boasting different styles, the brand’s solutions share the same philosophy, that of producing projects as unique as a single marble slab in nature, so to faithfully fulfil the clients’ ever-changing needs and requirements. 

The bathroom featured in London project, Dragonwyck, is defined by a smart mix of total-white marble and steel/wooden finishes. The immaculate stone is used for both the classical bath tub and wall covering – see the Calacatta Borghini Imperiale panelling, here serving as ideal background to the freestanding tub built in marble. Floorings are made of Cremo Delicato slabs, with wooden and brass marquetries meant to enhance the tiles’ geometrical patterns while generating a highly decorative surface. Forget the old mere cladding systems, and welcome Elite Stone’s actual artworks on your walls and floor in the name of unmatchable interiors.

Extensive experimentations on natural marble stone have given way to a brand new marble cabinet of essential design that still hides a few outstanding artisanal touches: entirely built in Cremo Delicato, the Vanity top features extendible drawers made of marble and upholstered with hand-stitched leather. Golden taps and fittings, along with an artful use of suffused light to illuminate the environment homogeneously, help highlight the stone’s whiteness.

Located in London, Villa Lancaster’s bathroom radiates a slightly darker feel resulting from the combination of steel and brownish marble: Cipollino is indeed marked by grey-green nuances, as shown by the sink cabinet’s top and flooring. For a deadly evocative effect.

Lastly, the company’s flagship store in Verona guards a little gem: Grey Onix bath tub, a solid block of Grey Bubble onyx turned into a freestanding bathtub exalting fine craftsmanship and providing a pleasant tactile experience thanks to its perfectly smoothen surface.

www.elitestone.it

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by Laura Arrighi / 19 June 2017

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