Who would need to travel to Europe if their home was outfitted with everything from the 1941 bathroom collection? Granted, there is much more to see than just the inside of one's boudoir, but living in this kind of luxury could easily make you forget the Louvre, Colosseum and Sagrada Familia.
Brought to you by Italian company Savio Firmino, the 1941 bathroom collection was designed by architect J. Pizzorno and Guido Savio. Although each piece has the potential to be rather ostentatious, the results are simpler than expected. Check out the gallery above to see what I mean.