What’s Hot in Home Decor: Tapestry Tub, Quirky Candlesticks and Colourful Cutters

Stylish new offerings from Blu Bathworks, BoConcept and Victorinox

Blu Bathworks’ freestanding tub meets LEED standards, making it a sustainable option

A look at what’s hot in home decor this season


Blu Bathworks’ Freestanding Tub

Blu Bathworks’ newest freestanding tub (see above) cast from solid blu-stone sports sloping sides and embossed floral tapestry design, with a scratch-resistant matte or gloss finish.

Manufactured in an energy-efficient manner, and built to last, this tub meets Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards, making it a sustainable option. Available in two sizes and a range of colours, it’s easy to find a tub that suits your style and space.

Choose from classic black (shown), white, or go urban with concrete, lime, orange or yellow. From $11,900, The Ensuite – Bath & Kitchen Showroom

BoConcept Candlesticks

Wine and dine at home in style with these quirky candlesticks from BoConcept. In moss green, blue-purple, red, vintage blue, black or white, we love these candlesticks because they embody creativity.

They come in different shapes and sizes and a set of three or four will make a funky but elegant centrepiece for your dining table. And when you’re not entertaining, place these on the mantel as artful showpieces. $29 ea., BoConcept

Victorinox Paring and Steak Knives

Spread your own sunshine with the neon-bright hues of Victorinox Swiss Army’s newest paring and steak knife sets.

Over 125 years ago, Victorinox introduced the ubiquitous Swiss Army Knife, and its updated models stay true to the brand’s emphasis on quality and functionality.

With 10-cm-long straight and serrated edges, stainless steel blades and colours that pop, these knives are the perfect dishware accessory. From $8 ea., Ming Wo

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