Array of inspiration: New Artisan Ceramic pieces from Hastings Tile & Bath

The ceramic tubs and Totem basins are available in more than 12 colors and 12 “deco” patterns.

Hastings Tile & Bath has added new pieces to its Artisan Ceramic collection.

The ceramic tubs and Totem basins are available in more than 12 colors and 12 “deco” patterns. The “deco” designs include intricate spirals, cursive writing, nature themes, lace and linen patterns, and a rainbow of stripes. The designs are applied to the glaze and then baked for permanence. This collection allows users to pick both the “deco” and the background color, either gloss black or gloss white. The primary design colors are matte white, gloss black, matte black, orange, red, olive green, brown, gloss grey, matte grey, platinum outer/gloss white, gold outer/gloss white and gloss white.

The interior of these tubs is crafted using solid surface and the exterior panels are ceramic, each imbued with their “deco.” The rectangular ceramic panels are attached to the exterior of the tub via magnets. The entire tub is supported by a non-showing aluminum structure.

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The Class tub has hand-detailed design in gold or platinum punctuating the Capitone panels of the white ceramic. The Rainbow design and the Words in Gold are available in gloss black. All tubs are available with one to four panels, depending on installation.

Meanwhile, the Totem basins, or Pillars, are crafted from a single ceramic mold to prevent forming any seams. The smooth curvature and elongated shape of these ceramic pedestal sink basins, along with the decorative finishes, colors and patterns create an aesthetic that’s both minimal and lavish.

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