Timothy Corrigan Designs Two New Bathroom Collections for THG Paris

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The Renowned designer, Timothy Corrigan has designed two new bathroom collections for the leading French bathroom manufacturer, THG Paris, the Grand Central and West Coast collections. The two collections exude a sense of classical elegance as they were inspired by the beauty and sophistication of Grand Central Station and 1920’s Tiffany, Cartier and Christofle silver and jewelry. Now, Luxury Bathrooms will take a peek at the incredible bathroom designs that are a part of these collections.

 

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The Grand Central collection. Image Credit to THG Paris

 

The West Coast collection. Photography courtesy of THG-Paris. THG Paris Timothy Corrigan Designs Two New Bathroom Collections for THG Paris Timothy Corrigan Designs Two New Bathroom Collections for THG Paris 4
The West Coast collection. Image Credit to THG Paris

 

Each offering comes with a black or white onyx inlay. West Coast’s uses guilloché to create a pattern of thin crisscrossing lines, like a linen weave whereas Grand Central recreates the fluted columns of New York City’s most famous train station on spouts and handles.

 

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West Coast collection

 

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West Coast collection

 

“Both Grand Central and West Coast reflect a combination of French classicism and All-American boldness and optimism. By incorporating some of the details from the Jazz Age, the new collections have a distinctly clean and contemporary feeling that at the same time has a classic timelessness. Design, like all things, always operates on a pendulum, and this new collection represents a mix of the more hard-edged modernism and the return to a period in which a more lyrical and detailed aesthetic was desired.” – Timothy Corrigan

 

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Grand Central Collection

 

The completely customizable collection offers a variety of options for basins and bathtub and shower systems. In addition to THG’s signature finishes, the French atelier also produces these two collections in a variety of looks, such as chrome, nickel, rhodium silver, and soft gold.

 

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Grand Central Collection

 

As a whole, these thrilling collections bring together European Elegance with California comfort thanks to the expertise and style of Corrigan.

 


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Source: Interior Design Magazine

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