Oceania bath collection by THG



The legend says that starfish are actually stars fallen from heaven and now trapped within the waves of the sea. Well, starting from this beautiful idea the designers from THG Paris used Murano glass to obtain incredible translucent effects for the knobs in the bath collection called “Oceania”. The name of the collection gives us a hint about the source of inspiration for the designers: the ocean and the life forms inside it, the starfish in particular. The objects in the collection include a wall shower and lav set, a lav set, a tub set and handle, all in the same shape of starfish that seem carved in an surreal translucent material.

The delicate handles have tiny indentations as they try to respect as accurately as possible the natural shape and aspect of a starfish and the result is amazing. If you associate this nice collection with a blue flooring , walls or even tub, you will have the perfect atmosphere for an ocean inspired corner in your own home.

The Murano glass is the main material used for this collection and it reminds you a bit of the opulence and luxury in the seventeenth and eighteenth  century palaces. That is why I think this collection fits best in big luxurious houses, with Renaissance style bathrooms.


Published by in Bathroom Faucets, on November 9th, 2010

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