The latest bathroom products are helping homeowners relax and get away. Whirlpool tubs with air jets and customizable shower systems fit nicely side by side, while unobtrusive faucet and sink designs offer graceful lines and soothing curves. A combination of calming features and fresh looks is transforming ordinary bathrooms into at-home spas.

Hansgrohe. The Interaktiv faucet line includes five styles -- 1901, Solaris, Stratos, Monsoon, and Metro -- with identical spouts that allow the handles to be changed while internal valving remains intact. The line includes a range of three- and four-hole widespread kitchen faucets, a 4-inch convertible widespread lavatory set, and a three-hole Roman tub set. (770) 360-9880.

Sterling. With the Quick Install mounting system, Finesse shower doors can be installed in less than 10 minutes with an Allen wrench. The adjustable frame accommodates a range of openings. The doors feature tempered glass with round corners and come in polished brass, silver, nickel, and white. (800) 783-7546.

Delta Faucet. The Total Escape custom shower system allows users to mix and match a variety of traditionally styled shower components, including showerheads, handles, coordinating hand showers, volume controls, tub spouts, and body sprays and jets. A thermostatic valve allows users to individually adjust each element. Polished chrome, brass, polished nickel, and satin nickel finishes are available. (800) 345-3358.

Toto. The Dalton universal height toilet features a decorative, shelf-like tank lid and the company's Siphon Jet Gravity flushing system. The space-efficient unit is available in cotton, colonial white, Sedona beige, bone, gray, and ebony. (770) 282-8686.

Price Pfister. Ideal for small spaces, the Parisa single-control Roman tub faucet is the first single-control unit manufactured in North America, the maker says. The faucet features the company's TwistPfit installation system with above-the-counter mounting technology. It comes in polished chrome, brass, and brushed nickel finishes. (800) 732-8238.

Elkay. The Allure single-lever bathroom faucet offers graceful curves and a streamlined profile. It comes in chrome and coordinates with the company's Allure kitchen and bar faucets. (630) 574-8484.

Geberit. Manufactured with the PF2 engineered pressure vessel and the company's in-wall carrier system, this pressure-assist toilet provides stronger, more efficient waste extraction, reducing clogs and eliminating double flushing. The unit's tank can be installed between studs behind the wall. (800) 225-7217.

Aquatic Industries. The four new models in the Infinity Series of whirlpool tubs feature an effervescent air bath system with three massage settings and air jets that release thousands of warm air bubbles. The units also include a programmable Shiatsu Back Jetting System, 16 to 17 full-size hydrotherapy jets, and a pulsating neck pillow. (800) 555-5324.

Grohe. The Taron shower panel includes a showerhead, a dual-spray hand shower, four body sprays, a thermostatic valve, and a concealed shampoo/accessory tray. The blue glass and chrome unit connects easily to existing water supply lines. (630) 582-7711.

Blanco. Crafted with surgical-grade, 18-gauge stainless steel, Blancodevon stainless steel lavatory sinks feature a satin finish. The round bowl design shown here has a flat rim for drop-in and undermount installations. A smaller round style and two oval units also are available. (800) 451-5782.

Kohler. Purist faucets feature minimalist design and simple lines. This lavatory unit has a square-angled gooseneck spout and comes with cross or lever handles on cylindrical bonnets and curved escutcheons. Five finishes are available. (800) 456-4537.