The Most Expensive Bathroom Accessories Money Can Buy
These days a bathroom is more than just a place to wash up. Most people put as much thought into their bathroom decor as they do to the decor in any other room in the house. Many modern bathrooms, even smaller ones, are more like mini spas than they are a simple water closet!
To capitalize on this trend a number of luxury goods manufacturers have entered the bathroom accessories market. Here are just a few examples of the most expensive and luxurious bathroom accessories that money can buy.
Versace Bathroom Accessories
The Versace Home Collection offers bathroom accessories that are modeled after the kind of art deco pieces you would have found in truly five star hotels back in the 1920s. All of the pieces, everything from a toilet roll holder to a toothbrush holder are 24 carat gold plated and are as visually stunning as everything else that Versace produces.
Ondine Krystal ELS Chrome Showerhead
If you are a fan of bling bling then this showerhead may be just what you have always wanted. The 24 carat gold plated faucet is covered in Swarovski crystals and the showerhead is illuminated, changing color as you shower!
Oz Diamond Edition Faucet
Not everyone has a thing for gold, for many diamonds are a girl’s best friend (or a guy come to that matter) For these people the Oz Diamond Edition Faucet is perfect. Created by an architect, Nilo Gioacchini, the faucet itself is platinum plated and features an astonishing 282 real diamonds running along the length of the tap!
Pietra Firma Tiles
If you can afford gold plated toilet roll holders and diamond covered faucets then why stop there? Pietra Firma offer a line of jewel encrusted tiles - both for the floor and the walls - that can satisfy even the most expensive tastes. Each tile boasts over 1000 diamonds and also features mother of pearl, real abalone shell and black onyx. They cost around $1million per square meter so the one thing you could be sure of is that you would end up with one of the most expensive bathrooms in the world!