Pomd’or is is a Spanish brand, specializing in luxury wall mounted and free standing modern bath accessories. Here are five favorites from the brand: All of the pieces from Pomd’or are elegant and crisp, making bathroom accessories beautiful and refined. With styles ranging from contemporary, to chrome, and velvety white designs inbetween, every aspect of this brand is beauty to behold.
The Metric Towel Ring has contemporary lines that are sharp and linear. Overall, this sleek towel ring looks great in any bathroom, and mounts well on both the wall and the side of your bathroom vanity. Because of its squared off shape, hand towels hang nicely for a uniform look.
Like it was taken from nature, the Belle Organic Free Standing Soap Dispenser has the gentle sweeping curves only nature can provide. Made of stainless steel, the matte-white exterior is fresh and modern. I love that you can fill it with your favorite hand soap and that the freestanding design is so versatile.
It may look stack and standard at first glance, but the simple, linear appeal of the Metric Towel Rack Shelf is what makes it so great. Featuring both a shelf and towel rail. Use the shelf to for stashing extra towels, or perhaps even a nice woven basket filled with extra shampoo and soap. The rail is perfect for keeping a fresh one within arms reach and then hanging damp towels after their used.
There’s something about the hook style toilet paper holder that seems right, as does the design of the Belle Organic Toilet Paper Holder. Easily remove spent toilet paper and replace with a bountiful new roll with ease.
The Metric Shelf is a beautiful combination of glass and sleek steel. It cleanly mounts into the wall for a clean look. Perfect for adding a little extra space, keep your soap, and other necessities close at hand.
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As a Merchandise Manager for YLiving by day, Sharon is driven to bring quality high-design products to her customers. By night, she’s an adventurous diner and avid home cook, who runs an underground supper club in San Francisco. Her long list of vices include French porcelain, cured meats, beautiful chairs, kitchen knives and planning weddings.