Create a spa-like bathroom in the home with Sottini


t used to be just high rise city centre apart- ments where recreating the look and feel of a five star hotel were typical requirement for

architects, designer and specifiers to address. However, with busy modern day lifestyles,

new demands and the growing importance of the role of the bathroom within the home, house buyers are now increasingly looking for a bathroom that offers the luxury look and feel of a five-star hotel or spa, but combined with the appropriate functionalities to deal with the practicalities of everyday life. Bathrooms are being designed to balance

the practical needs of hopping in the power shower before work, with offering users the ability to ‘treat’ themselves every day in serene space to have a leisurely soak in a statement bath. When it comes to making the new home

purchase decision, having a bathroom space that offers this lifestyle choice is an incredibly important and persuasive factor. The new collection by Sottini, the timeless bathroom brand built on a heritage of quality and innovation in design, is geared

towards both the house developer and hotel sectors, which ensures residential property developers can create the perfect look that appeals to consumers looking to replicate

the very best in high-end hotel luxury style in a domestic bathroom. The hotel bathroom has a lot in common

with its domestic counterpart, not just in terms of creating a spa-like, relaxing sanctuary, but also in creating an individual finish with a sense of character that sets them apart from the competition. Luxury, style and elegance is what bathrooms

of first-class hotels are defined by – and Sottini has collaborated with internationally-renowned and award-winning product designers from around the world to create a collection of ele- gantly-crafted individual items that can be curated in a multitude of combinations for a domestic setting. Each piece in the Sottini collection has been developed individually with high design speci- fications and precision engineering, ensuring each basin, bath and WC is a unique piece: a work of art and a design statement – enabling the integration of the luxury experience of a hotel stay into the bathroom of a new home.

0800 834226 Enq. 125

Wallbarn and iDecking at Grand Designs Live


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Wallbarn and iDecking UK will be holding live demonstrations of its new products at Grand Designs Live from 30 April to 7 May 17. iDecking UK will be demonstrating the award EasyClick fixing system on stand B460, the fastest, low build-up and most seamless way to install top quality decking boards. The companies will also be demonstrating the EasyChange “quick release” future-proofed decking during the show. Wallbarn is giving live---- lecture-demos of the M-Tray® modular green roof system. This pre-grown, user friendly instant greening solution is ideal for rooftops, balconies and small garden spaces. It can be overlaid on existing surfaces without the need to dig up everything, a major labour saving benefit. New additions to the Wallbarn pedestals family will also be on display, including the new Mini Megapad 10-20mm and the BALANCE self levelling adjustable pedestals. New solutions for suspended paving up to parapets and for steps and exposed edges are also being featured for the first time. Wallbarn has the largest range of pedestals in UK, with solutions from 5mm up to 1020mm. Wallbarn has discount codes for all visitors. Call for more details. Come to see the company on stand B460.

0208 916 2222 GRAND DESIGNS LIVE STAND NO B360 GRAND DESIGNS LIVE STAND NO B460 Enq. 126 selfbuilder & homemaker 27 Enq. 127

UK Manufacturer of high quality hardwood bespoke and standard bifold doors, hinged doors and casement windows tel: 01454 270039

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