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Downton – Our elegant collection of freestanding furniture is designed to bring style to any bathroom. We have added two new finishes to the range for 2018 including English Pebble as shown.


Utopia… the Home of Beautiful British Bathrooms W


e have been a pioneering force at the forefront of the UK bathroom furniture industry for nearly 30 years, recently celebrating our one millionth customer order.


Utopia was founded in 1989 by two partners – Dave Conn and Ian Hall, who are still the current owners and joint Managing Directors. The company still retains its original core values of excellent service, quality products and inspired design. We are a major brand with family values. All our bathroom furniture is designed and manufactured in the UK to keep ‘Made in Britain’ a strong brand attribute. Having a product portfolio that is designed and manufactured in Britain is one of our key differentials.


We are proud as a business to support sustainability with our FSC Certification and have a commitment to reducing our carbon footprint. We inspire trust and confidence in the buying service with the backing and service support of a strong


British brand. We know and understand all about the average bathroom sizes across different home styles and our products are designed specially to fit these sometimes challenging dimensions. Over the last year, we have introduced four new wall mounted furniture styles, deliberately competing against European brands to prove inspired by British designs can surpass the continental offering.


As Beth Boulton, Utopia’s Marketing Director, comments, “The industry experienced phenomenal growth in wall mounted furniture but the UK design had fallen. Our latest ranges are offering an unbeatable combination of genuine British design and manufacture using premium quality materials and delivering unrivalled levels of customer service.”


To create these new offerings, Richard Shore, Utopia’s Head of Design, pushed the boundaries of design, both in terms of concept and by exploring new and exciting materials. Glass, metal and


luxurious Coralux solid surface all feature heavily, tapping into current trends and anticipating future market direction.


Beth Boulton continues “We are already well known for quality and are determined to lead the field in terms of design, too. Our latest ranges encapsulate brilliant design, on-trend colours and materials. We offer British manufacturing at its best whilst still offering a competitive edge.” Being so close to our product means that we can keep our finger on the pulse when it comes to design updates. Our Original Fitted Furniture is constantly monitored so that we are able to offer the same great choice and flexibility whilst maintaining an on-trend appeal.


01902 406402 www.utopiagroup.com


Halo – With its clean lines and wall mounted form, Halo captures the very essence of minimalism.


Original Fitted Furniture – Fitted furniture has come a long way in design and our Nadia doorstyle shows this with a modern and stylish finish.


Lustre/Star/Opula – The three ranges have been developed with some truly exquisite, on-trend features that demonstrate Utopia’s innovative design at its best.


BEST OF BRITISH EDITION BKU MAY 2018 7


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