Bathing Beau­ties

The lat­est looks in bath­room fur­ni­ture

Country Life Every Week - - Interiors Focus -

1.Re­gal splen­dour Royal War­rant holder Chad­der & Co of­fers the ap­pro­pri­ately named Wind­sor Bath, from £3,200, Chad­der & Co (01342 823243; www.chad­ 2. Mak­ing a stand This Chich­ester large open wash­stand can be painted in a choice of more than 30 colours, from £960, Nep­tune (01793 427450; www.nep­ 3. Eye catcher Cre­ate a beau­ti­ful fo­cal point with the cop­per Bateau bath with Char­coal enamel ex­te­rior, £5,175.60, Wil­liam Hol­land (01305 251930; www.williamhol­ 4. Mak­ing history Thomas Crap­per’s role in the history of the loo is dis­puted, but one thing is for sure: the com­pany that bears his name is once again man­u­fac­tur­ing au­then­tic Vic­to­rian- and Ed­war­dian-style bath­room san­i­tary­ware. Wash­basin stand set in pol­ished brass, £1,774.01 (01789 450522; www.thomas-crap­ 5. Clear win­ner This Eau­zone Plus wet room panel is made from 12mm thick low-iron glass, its min­i­mal de­sign and trans­parency al­low­ing nat­u­ral light to flow through the room and boost the sense of space. It costs from £865.20 for a 900mm size, from Matki (01454 322888; 6. Orig­i­nal style Known for the quiet so­phis­ti­ca­tion of her de­signs, Bar­bara Barry’s Orig­i­nal basin van­ity unit for Kal­lista fea­tures a mar­ble coun­ter­top and brushed-nickel han­dles, £5,908.22, West One Bath­rooms (0333 011 3333; www.we­st­onebath­ 7. Best of Bri­tish Founded in 1820, Sa­muel Heath con­tin­ues to pro­duce fine brass­ware at its Birm­ing­ham fac­tory and en­joys an in­ter­na­tional rep­u­ta­tion for time-hon­oured crafts­man­ship. Land­mark In­dus­trial con­cealed ther­mo­static valve and shower trim set, from £2,439.60 (0121–766 4200;­








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