From the exotic to the sustainable, from traditional to high luxury, the warmth of wood is available for use in almost any kitchen and bath application.

Branch Out
Encased in a solid wood skirting, Robin (shown) and Nottingham faucet designs seem to grow like tree branches set into a vanity. The Italian-made faucets are U.S.-certified. Both series come in three models and are available in beech, walnut, cherry, or wenge. PSCBath. 305.885.7710.

Island Hopping
The 6-foot terrazzo stone Harmony Soaking Tub is designed to revitalize the spirit. The tub features an intricate handcarved teak surround inspired by Balinese art. Customization options include wood stain, terazzo selection, wood carvings, and inlays. All of the maker’s products can be completely customized. Island Living. 949.302.9232.

Teak a Seat
Touted as a Personal Shower and Spa Experience, the Omega shower was created with the help of Italian designer Pininfarina. The shower features a cascading showerhead, rainfall ceiling tile, a handheld shower, and four body sprays set in black stone, which sets off the sleek contoured teak seat. The design is intended to modernize the look of a bathroom while invoking calming natural influences. The shower also incorporates a steam generator and an aromatherapy outlet. Jacuzzi. 800.288.4002.

Custom Craft
Walnut, American cherry, tigerwood, and teak are among the species used in the new line of standalone furniture from Craft-Art. Simplicity and minimalist design are the basis for each custom piece. Homeowners can request vanities, dining tables, kitchen work islands, desks, and even sofa and end tables. The freestanding pieces are made from FAS and FEQ lumber, and several sustainable and reclaimed wood species also are available. Craft-Art. 404.352.5625.

Mod Modular
The Modus system connects spaces in the home, removing the distinction between kitchen and living space, the maker says. Vertical storage units called “curtains” are designed to transform the room’s architecture to change the perspective of space and focus attention on the worktops. Finishes include dark oak, teak, and white gloss lacquer. The Italian brand is available through Haute Living. Binova Techno-Ligical Kitchens. 312.329.9000.

Make It Maple
Cognac is the darkest, richest finish available on Timberlake’s maple cabinetry, and is available on six maple door styles from the Portfolio Select series, including sierra vista, shown here. The warm “furniture brown” color blends well with kitchens’ adjoining living spaces, and addresses consumers’ requests for darker maple finishes. Timberlake Cabinetry. 800.967.9674.

Usable Art
With its curves and linear graining pattern, the Solid Bamboo Vessel Sink is a piece of functional and sustainable art. Measuring 17 inches in diameter and 6 inches deep with a wall thickness of 13/8 inches, the sink offers a maintenance-free finish, the maker says, and is guaranteed for 10 years. Totally Bamboo. 760.471.6600.

Random Rings
Crafted entirely from Texan mesquite wood, Mesquite Knot tiles are made by cutting a tree on its radius to reveal the tree rings’ natural irregularities. Resulting installations offer a stunningly random look. An aggressive shrub, mesquite is considered a renewable resource and is the most stable of all hardwoods. The tiles’ smooth, honed finish is hand-rubbed with tung oil and can include an optional UV protectant to avoid discoloration. Ann Sacks. 800.278.8453.

From the exotic to the sustainable, from traditional to high luxury, the warmth of wood is available for use in almost any kitchen and bath application.

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