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DXV Modulus Collection for Luxury Bathrooms

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Characterized by a minimalist yet highly functional design, the DXV Modulus 55-inch lavatory, countertop slab and 36-inch wall mounted drawer seamlessly combine in a harmonious and customizable design. The collection’s single handle faucets showcase a two-tone design with their contrasting decorative rings.

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Exhibiting a versatile combination of modern design and functional geometry, the new DXV Modulus collection offers bath fixtures, faucets, furniture and accessories ideal for a luxury bathroom setting in residential and hospitality applications.

Introduced by DXV, part of LIXIL, the maker of pioneering water and housing products, the bath components in the DXV Modulus collection highlight functional design that creates simple, yet dramatic, spaces with a selection of trending materials and finishes for optimum style. The modular concept displayed throughout this comprehensive bathroom suite allows for maximum flexibility in installation, bringing high design to any project, including master bathrooms and powder rooms where space may be at a premium.

This assortment expands the DXV Modern Movement, a curated selection of bath collections that celebrate the play of artful lines and flowing forms against contrasting, geometric structures.

Effortless Customization with DXV Modulus Lavatories and Faucets

Showcasing soft angular lines, the elegantly simple form of the DXV Modulus bathroom lavatories incorporates a sink bowl, a "dry" ledge and a semi-wet transition zone to gather toiletries and personal accessories for convenient access. A coordinating solid surface accessory tray is designed to integrate perfectly onto the adjoining transition zone. This rectangular tray can easily be moved and stored in the matching vanity or drawers.

Designed to be easily compatible with the variety of DXV Modulus furniture offerings, this minimalist lavatory range includes graceful, solid surface construction in glossy canvas white finish in three sizes ranging from a 21-inch single bowl to a 55-inch double bowl, with an optional decorative drain plate. For a striking, contemporary look, the 36-inch lavatory is also offered in a distinctive concrete model.

To complete the look, the assortment of DXV Modulus bathroom sink faucets includes single-lever, vessel, wall-mounted, and high-arc and low spout widespread models, all featuring a tastefully modern design to offset the smooth contours of the collection's lavatories. The new faucets are available in a choice of four attractive finishes including polished chrome, brushed nickel, polished nickel and matte black (available July 2018). A decorative brass ring at the base of the faucets provides a distinctive two-tone aesthetic by adding a contrasting polished chrome or brushed nickel highlight.

DXV Modulus Showers Offer Slim, Flexible Design

The new showerheads, pressure balance and thermostatic trims included in the DXV Modulus collection are distinguished by slim profiles and superb valve performance. To enhance design flexibility, the thermostatic shower valves feature multiple in-line volume controls and diverter valve options.

Their slender design includes 1/8-inch deep escutcheons to provide a clean, uncluttered look. DXV Modulus shower faucets are offered in high flow options for luxury shower systems and tub spouts, as well as water-conserving options that meet regional requirements such as CalGreen.

The expansive collection includes solid surface shower bases that offer project solutions for both hospitality and residential remodels. The remodel-friendly sizes fit a standard alcove for convenient tub-to-shower conversion, also offering a low, 2 ½- inch threshold for enhanced accessibility.

DXV Modulus Tub, Chinaware and Furniture Highlight Angular Design Lines

Thoughtfully designed as a focal point of the bathroom suite, the DXV Modulus freestanding soaking tub showcases striking, angular lines. The tub features high-gloss acrylic construction for lasting beauty and shine, and a generous 81-gallon capacity.

With a pared down and fundamentally modern aesthetic, the DXV Modulus one-piece toilet features a slim, high back tank and an angular, monolithic design. Completing the offering are the compact DXV Modulus wall mounted toilet and bidet models, ideal for smaller spaces. Both fixtures feature clean, concealed tank designs that incorporate the exclusive GROHE Rapid SL in-wall carrier system.

Designed to offer flexible storage solutions to suit almost any bathroom, the DXV Modulus furniture offering includes space-saving wall mounted drawer units, countertops and vanities that can be combined in an array of configurations. The wall-mounted vanity can also serve as a spacious model that highlights a modern silhouette with sleek metal legs.





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