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VIVID with New Dryline Technology by Vogue (UK)


ogue (UK), proudly launch the new VIVID Towel Warmer: a contemporary heating design now available with Electric Dryline Technology.


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This pioneering and new Dryline Technology exclusive to Vogue (UK) means that VIVID does not contain any fluids. Instead, this contemporary towel rail design is heated by a silicone heater cable via a 3-core cable which can be attached to a fuse spur, if required.


So, what’s the advantage of Electric Dryline Technology?


Put simply, this type of heating solution does not operate off the central heating or hot water system, allowing for greater freedom of installation and efficiency. VIVID runs independently of the heating or hot water system, thanks to a precision engineered Dryline element which remains invisible to the eye.


Minimalist in style not function, the VIVID Towel Warmer is crafted from high quality brass and is defined by its mitred joints, contemporary plain tubing and lustrous chrome finish. Other finishes are also available.


01902 387000 email: info@vogueuk.co.ukwww.vogueuk.co.uk


Steve Birch, Sales Director at Vogue (UK) says “VIVID is a practical wall-mounted towel warmer with a high capacity for hanging and drying. Our new DL technology not only answers demand from our customers, but it also goes a long way to improving homeowner choice of siting and ability to add a towel warmer without the cost of breaking into the existing heating or hot water system.”


The VIVID Towel Warmer with NEW Dryline Technology is part of the Contemporary Collection by Vogue (UK) and is supplied with a 30 year manufacturer’s guarantee.


British Ceramic tile introduces the new Smokestack collection T


o celebrate the industrial trend, British Ceramic Tile has introduced Smokestack, a striking new grey concrete effect ceramic tile. Launched to the retail market, it’s suitable for use on both walls and floors, and has been created using high definition technology. Smokestack replicates the raw, earthy qualities of concrete on a ceramic tile for a surface with an industrial edge. Available in a 50x50cm size with a matt finish. The look of Smokestack is natural, recreating the same look and feel of natural stone, but on a ceramic tile. Waterproof, hardwearing and easy to install, Smokestack is a cost effective choice that delivers as much in style as it does in substance. British Ceramic Tile’s head of retail marketing and brand, Jayne Adamson, explains: “Consumers are very trend-aware, constantly seeking inspiration from lifestyle sources when it comes to updating their homes. We find our retailers want to be ahead of the curve, selling ranges that they know will answer the needs of their customers. Stone effects are always in high demand but with the industrial vibe going nowhere and surfaces becoming more weathered, retailers need a constant supply of new introductions to cast their net wide and appeal to all tastes.”


01626 831391 www.britishceramictile.com 14 BKU MAY 2018 01509 611 677 www.compusoftgroup.com


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