The Montreal based manufacturer creates premium bath furnishings including bathtubs, sinks, and other furniture.
The award-winning manufacturer is also renowned in the design world, winning the 2012 and 2013 GOOD Design™ Awards and the 2013 International Design Excellence Awards for Glacier.
Aside from these awards, WETSTYLE’s WETMAR BiO™ was recognized as the industry’s first recipe for Soy and Mineral stone, which is used in the creation of all of WETSTYLE’s composite bath fixtures.
Having recently unveiled their newest brand, we are pleased to feature their W2 products here on Home Stratosphere!
W2 is listed at a lower price point and is designed to expand the brand’s recognition to a broader audience. W2 brings the bold and unique designs of WETSTYLE into the homes of budget-conscious homeowners who are passionate about design and quality.
W2 features three brand new freestanding soaking tub designs and an entirely new all-wood furniture collection featuring a slim profile integrated sink. This new brand features the exact same attention to detail and quality as the more expensive collections by WETSTYLE.
The difference is simply that the W2 brand is designed to make a statement in much smaller bathrooms, where their WETSTYLE collections are just a tad too large.
The signature transitional elegance of WETSTYLE designs are all hand crafted with WETMAR BiO™, a slip resistant, non-porous and durable substance that’s also eco-friendly. WETMAR BiO™ is a fantastic material that doesn’t feel as cold as porcelain on wet skin, making for an even more relaxing soaking experience.
We just love the combination of eco-friendly materials with elegant, current designs that are just as functional as they are attractive.
We hope you’ll love W2 as much as we do!
Seen here is the floating vanity in oak with a slim, almost minimalist profile, along with a matching linen cabinet in a matching mocha finished oak. Both the linen cabinet and vanity are fitted with Blum soft close hinges, meaning you’ll never accidentally slam a drawer again!
From this angle we can see inside the vanity’s ample storage drawers. The sleek front is achieved by concealing a shallower drawer behind the bottom drawer’s front facade. The bottom drawers are deep enough to store extra linens or hair products!
Here we see just the bottom drawer open. The sink and countertops are available in two finishes, glossy or matte and feature his-and-hers sinks. The sinks also feature integrated overflow.
This smaller version of the vanity is from the M Collection in a smoked oak finish. It features the same two sinks, but with only the shallow drawers below the sink, and a detached lower drawer slightly to the right. A wall linen cabinet finishes off the furniture to the right of the sink. Above the sink is another slim set of cabinets with a three-paneled mirrored cabinet above it.
This pristine white bathroom features the W2 wave tub, a deep soaking tub that will ensure that your bath is as relaxing as you imagine all day. A slim floating vanity in oak adds texture and warmth to the room’s design, and is topped by an enormous beveled mirror.
This bathroom features a space entirely tiled in classic white subway tile and features a wet room closed off by a half panel of glass. Behind it sits the commode and the W2 straight tub. On the other side of the glass panel is the rich oak vanity and the W2 Lift-Up Mirrored Cabinet, which conceals even more storage, similarly to a medicine cabinet.
bathroom design also features the W2 Wave Tub, The smaller single vanity. As you can see here, a smaller bathroom can be made to feel larger by adding tiled inserts in either the shower or bathtub area.” width=”791″ height=”1024″ />
This small bathroom design also features the W2 Wave Tub, The smaller single vanity. As you can see here, a smaller bathroom can be made to feel larger by adding tiled inserts in either the shower or bathtub area.
In a more roomy bathroom, the Wave tub is comfortably situated below a pair of windows, with a mirrored linen closet directly to the right, followed by two single vanities, each topped by a Lift-Up Mirrored cabinet.
A final look at the previous bathroom shows the sheer size of the mirrored linen cabinet, along with the attractive combination of white panels below and light gray paint above.