Ann Sacks MS Gilt tile1. One of the hot color trends this year is the throwback to retro-styled golds and bronzes in fun brick and herringbone patterns. Ann Sacks’ Michael S Smith Gilt tile is a perfect example, with a variety of sizes fit for any tiling job. (800-278-8453; annsacks.com)

Hansgrohe Raindance E showerhead2. Although the spa-like effects of a rain shower head may not be that new, the elongated shape of the Raindance E Air introduced by Hansgrohe is, providing additional comfort to any already-luxurious experience. Designed in three different sizes to cover the entire span of your shoulders, it spills out water onto your body all at once rather than in portions. (800-334-0455; hansgrohe-usa.com)


Kinetik Frameless Shower Door3. Kinetik Hardware’s frameless shower doors provide a clean, seamless look, with easy-to-operate stainless steel Symmetry rollers providing a solid base for the new technology. Each set of rollers can hold up to 300 pounds, proving it a durable product as well. Customizable door sizes ensure a solid fit, while a 1/2-inch-thick mist finish also can provide additional privacy. (800-993-0033; kinetikhardware.com)


Danze high-efficiency toilet4. Energy efficiency continues to be a highlight, with new and better products coming out each year. Danze’s high-efficiency Cobalt Collection toilets provide eco-conscious function in a compact, streamlined design. A matching undermount sink is also available to complete the contemporary look. (877-530-3344; danze.com)


Kohler Soaking Tub5. There’s nothing quite like soaking in a nice, warm bath to really make you feel relaxed. Kohler’s new cast-iron tubs, featuring its BubbleMassage technology, up the ante, using 120 airjets encompassing the entire tub to provide varying speeds of massage intensity for the ultimate bathing experience. Available in six colors, ranging from stark white to brushed nickel. (800-456-4537; kohler.com)