Marble products: Papillon tub and Harbor washbasin by Stone Forest

Stone Forest has launched two new products that use Carrara marble: the Harbor washbasin and the Papillon bathtub.

Carrara marble has been used to create buildings and products for more than 2,000 years. The first peak in activity with pure white marble began during the Roman Imperial period when it served as the primary stone for public buildings. Both Romans and Greeks used Carrara marble for sculpture and architecture.

The 24-inch-wide Harbor washbasin has a curved front profile on a polished nickel stand with a shelf. It comes with an optional glass cover for the shelf that wraps the front legs. The Harbor washbasin is also available as a wall-mount version with heavy-duty iron brackets for in-wall mounting.

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Meanwhile, the Papillon tub was inspired by Italian design, with the tapered barrel-shaped vessel constructed from a single block of Carrara marble. With its natural veining, the Papillon bathtub evokes elegance and organic simplicity. The piece has a unique shape that enables the bather to slip into it.

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