Olympia Ceramica Introduces Vinyl Inspired Bathroom Sinks by Gianluca Paludi

03.13.18 | By
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If you have a love of vinyl and are feeling nostalgic for those record consoles of years gone by, Gianluca Paludi has designed something useful for Olympia Ceramica that will also keep your musical memories in check. Vinyl is a bathroom collection that’s a mix between 70’s consoles and DJ setups with recessed sink basins that resemble turntables.

For more of the record player look, the faucet resembles the arm that holds the stylus and the knobs on the turntable that adjust the audio’s volume are used to regulate the water pressure and temperature.

The wooden base that holds the basin(s) includes a storage drawer that’s designed with a music amplifier controlled by Bluetooth. A series of small holes on the front panel disguise the speaker.

The complete the console, there’s a tempered glass shelf for additional storage, a towel bar, and a leather bag to hold your gear.

The LED mirror features lights on the top and bottom that resemble a audio equalizer.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.