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W2 by Wetstyle: Sleek and Chic

High style and top-notch quality don’t necessarily mean big dollar. Case in point, the new W2 collection from Canadian manufacturer Wetstyle. The new line includes three soaking tubs: The Cloud tub features a rolled rim for a timeless look and offers an optional base; the Wave tub is, as you might guess, inspired by the sea and nestles into an alcove as small as 60 x 30 inches; and the Straight tub is the collection’s most modern design, with tapered lines and gently rounded corners. Each model incorporates a hidden overflow channel to the drain, which simplifies installation.

Pairing with the tubs is the W2 Element bathroom furniture collection, a sleek line of wall-mounted, renewable oak vanities with washbasins, mirrored medicine cabinets and linen cabinets. Soft-close doors and drawers keep things quiet and spa-like, while integrated pulls and fully finished interiors add a sense of luxury. Two colorways are available: mocha and charcoal gray.

All of the tubs and washbasins are manufactured by hand of an eco-friendly, thermo-insulating stone composite that is durable and slip-resistant. Glossy or matte—you decide.

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