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INTERIOR INSPIRATION: BATHROOMS & WETROOMS


Selfbuilder + Homemaker rounds up some of the latest on-trend bathroom products, whether you’re going for a traditional look or something modern and contemporary


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1. Featuring a bold, modern design, the Brook 2 from Waters Baths of Ashbourne would make the perfect addition to both contemporary and classic bathrooms alike. Part of the luxury i-line collection, it features a slim profile edge of 20 mm, leaving more room for the ultimate soak. www.watersbaths.co.uk


2. The new Velar shower enclosure from Frontline Bathrooms is crafted using the latest technology, with a black framed effect that has been digitally ingrained onto the panel, providing the look of a framed enclosure without the maintenance or need for seals. It’s perfect paired with a black slate shower tray for an industrial-inspired aesthetic. www.frontlinebathrooms.co.uk


3. GROHE’s SmartControl shower systems deliver intuitive showering thanks to the stylish three button interface and simple operation. It allows multiple outlets to work simaltaneously, from head showers to hand showers. GROHE offers a concealed design and behind-the-wall installation, transforming and maximising your space. www.grohe.co.uk


july/august 2018


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