Arteriors Inspiration Blog



August 17, 2017 by arteriors

As striking and versatile as many of Arteriors’ designs are, nothing showcases their form and broad functionality quite like the application in bath or washroom space.

We’ve combed through our Instagram feed to pick out some of our favorite wash closet and ensuite installation featuring Arteriors’ product.

Interior designer Gregorie Bylenga of Duo Design Studios uses two pairs of Stefan Sconces to bring this “zen master bath” together.

The sconces’ vintage brass, with its matte finish, brilliantly complements the serene bamboo tile

“Matte surfaces invite touch, and are one of the biggest material trends in 2017 and beyond. Seen in rounded shapes for the bathroom, accessories have an ergonomic feel.” – WGSN


No must-see list is complete without the Caviar Pendants – whose soothing curves help foster a tranquil, harmonious tone throughout the space.

“Streamlined lines and curved shapes create a sense of calm in the bathroom…Waterfall faucets and circular soaking tubs encourage the user to linger and unplug from the stresses of daily life.” – WGSN

A pair of these spherical spectacles, from the Laura Kirar for Arteriors collection, adorn this washroom install from Interior Consultants.


Black, white, gold and glamorous. The Lechtford Chandelier, with its jewelry-like collar and four tiers of fluted glass rods, is the proverbial icing on the cake – shining bright above a classic clawfoot tub in this bathroom installation by SuzAnn Kletzien Design.

“Water inspires clear glass fixtures, hardware and accessories. Dimpled textures, organic imperfections and gem-like facades reflect and refract light, mimicking the patterns of moving water. Crystal clear applications, like those seen at Crate & Barrel, create a floating effect and seem to fade into the background.” 


Handcrafted with an antique gold finish, the Osgood Pendant provides a brilliant contrast to this master bath’s clean, white color palette. Photo via Becki Owens.

The space is contemporary and luxurious, but completely accessible at the same time.

“Gold isn’t gaudy, it’s just uber-luxurious.” – Elle Decor