Sense of serenity: Fonte by Rexa Design

Introducing the Fonte (meaning “fountain” in Italian) collection by Monica Graffeo for Italian brand Rexa. Fonte is said to be inspired by the Japanese bathing rituals. In Japanese culture, the bathroom is a comfortable and relaxing space. This philosophy inspired Graffeo to create a line of Corian and elm wood washbasins, shower trays and bathtubs that create a serene and calming bathroom landscape. The collection is made up of multifunctional pieces, such as small stool with a seat that can be overturned to become a tray table for holding toiletries, a laundry basket that also serves as a towel rack, and mirrors that incorporate shelves.  Meanwhile, the bath can be installed in the center of the room or against the wall, and both freestanding and integrated countertop washbasins are available. All fittings are made in Corian with furniture and accessories in solid elm.





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