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Bathroom Vanity Units
2morrow, the latest innovative yet fun and modern bathroom range from Villeroy & Boch, successfully merges classic with contemporary furnishings to offer creative and style led interiors.
The new modular bathroom collection is comprised of a variety of design options and finishes, boasting sleek lines and contours with a big splash of colour. Colour trends have always been a strong influence on the home and this is extending into the bathroom, as consumers make bolder decisions when it comes to colour. Not happy with just an accent wall, shoppers are looking to designers for statement colours on bathroom furniture. This collection offers design flexibility with a diverse selection of eight melamine finishes on fronts, bodies and trims, with additional exciting and inspiring colour fronts in olive green and sunflower orange, while high gloss versions available in white, ruby red and mocha will add a vibrant pop of colour to any bathroom. All furniture is available in a high gloss foil for a sleek shine. Mix and match design combinations with an assortment of handles such as a single ring or double bar handle, while the minimalists out there will love the handle free version. Choose from sliding drawers or doors, with options to mount the furniture under or above the central washbasin or countertop.
While the 2morrow range sits beautifully with the classic Loop & Friends and the Memento washbasins, two exciting new designs are being introduced as perfect accompaniments to 2morrow:
The owners of this bathroom originally planned to furnish it with reclaimed fittings to reflect their period house.
However, a visit to Drummondsâ€™ London showroom completely changed their minds, introducing them to a collection of classic designs, inspired by period pieces and traditional manufacturing techniques – but designed to work within modern bathrooms.
Splendid in their sheer scale, sumptuous materials and solid construction, Drummondsâ€™ bathroom products revel in the luxury of the space, which this large bathroom offers.
Aston Matthews is bringing the beauty of real wood to the bathroom.
The new Artline is a comprehensive collection of solid teak furniture, including consoles for both single or twin basins, mirrors and shelf units.
There are both floor standing and wall-mounted options with a choice of door style, wood or stone countertop.
As the space most often used to store all the unnecessary household clutter, the cloakroom is usually one of the most neglected areas of the house, despite the fact it offers great potential.
For those looking to upgrade their downstairs space to a fully fitted, downstairs washroom to be proud of, Dolphin has a number of stylish options to choose from:
Under stairs cloakroom (In our picture.) Stunning in its simplicity, the understairs cloakroom makes the most of a limited space. It features the gorgeous Esta wash station, complete with an integrated basin, which offers fantastic storage to hide away those everyday essentials. With its stylish solar mirror, this cleverly designed room manages to look classic yet contemporary; the mirror has a high-tech infra-red switch fitted, as well as a demister pad to prevent the mirror from steaming up. This understairs solution is also fitted with an attractive 300×800 heated towel rail, which adds a practical yet stylish touch. Combined with the gorgeous Dados blanco tiles to give the illusion of space, this design will give neglected cloakrooms an instant wow factor.
A growing trend towards dramatic and decorative stonework has opened a new colour palette for traditionally pale bathrooms.
Embrace the look with Limestone Gallery’s Golden Black marble, part of a wide portfolio of exotic stones offered by this luxury stonework supplier: The vanity top in Golden Black marble (in our picture) is part of a complete refurbishment of a former Ambassadors residence in South West London, where Limestone Gallery supplied and installed 5 luxury bathrooms in a range of stones. This stone is available in tiles, slabs and blocks for all types of stonework. Applications: Interior and exterior. Exterior use is assessed on a project by project basis. Golden Black marble is priced from Â£450.00 per sq metre plus VAT cut to size.
Colourful and exotic stones such as onyx and marble are very much in vogue.
There is plenty of scope with these exciting materials to either create a focus, such as a vanity top, or a major feature such as book matched walls or even a solid carved bathtub.
The elegant ‘Oval 2’ freestanding bath, new from Aston Matthews, measures a generous 1800 mm by 1000 mm.
The bath has a pleasing elliptical shape with gently sloping ends making it an extremely comfortable design in which to lie back and relax.
Unlike the many acrylic baths on the market, Oval is manufactured from durable steel with a high quality, scratch resistant enamel finish that retains its glossy good looks and feels smooth to the touch.
With the UKâ€™s bathrooms having their annual spring clean, almost 70% of people surveyed said they had found up to 10 unused pamper products, with the remainder having up to 30 bottles, packs and tubes simply gathering dust.
Shampoo is the most wasted product, closely followed by shower gel and moisturiser.
Over a quarter of respondents said their bathroom also held host to out of date medicines, but most shockingly, 54% said that they would still use them regardless, with men proving to be particularly lax on this issue.
Inspired by period pieces and traditional manufacturing techniques, Drummondsâ€™ classic bathroom products can take centre stage in our ever-larger bathrooms.
Splendid in their sheer scale, sumptuous materials and solid construction, they revel in the luxury of space.
A former bedroom in a Georgian townhouse has been converted into a vast en-suite for the master bedroom:
Frontline, a leading UK bathroom supplier and distributor, has launched a brilliant new website for 2010.
It is extremely easy to navigate, enabling customers to browse over 6000 classic and contemporary products, from Frontlineâ€™s ever expanding bathroom range.
With the inbuilt Digi-Page functionality users can browse the virtual catalogue, clicking on each page to â€œturn overâ€.
2009 saw the introduction of the colour black into the bathroom, with accents of black on taps and furniture presented in stylish finishes.
In 2010, black is now the defining colour in up-to-date bathrooms.
Basins, for so long only to be had in white, are now available in sleek, sexy black.