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New from Essential Bathrooms The Cooker Hood Specialists


Essential Bathrooms have introduced a new, brochure highlighting the latest additions to the highly popular range of mid- market bathrooms at excellent value for money price points. The new 76-page brochure is the largest ever and now comes with tabbed sections to simplify product selection and to provide all the necessary information when assisting showroom visitors to create their perfect dream bathroom.


New baths include the stylish space saving, double ended Pimlico which features a curved corner for ease of movement around the


bath. The new Kensington Eco is the most innovative yet in the Essential Bathrooms range, featuring a glamourous L shaped exterior with trendy built-in storage. And the new Strand freestanding bath makes an elegant centre piece for any bathroom. The complete Essential Bathroom collection is available exclusively from Ideal Bathrooms and gives retailers a distinctive range of quality bathrooms at highly competitive prices and with greater margin expectation.


0800 634 2600 www.essentialfromideal.com


BEST OF BRITISH


Just-Add-Colour with 1891 from Ellis


Stand out bathroom furniture manufacturer Ellis has introduced 30 of the hottest colours into their best-selling 1891 real wood collection to create a high impact look.


Colour is set to be bolder this year. The vibrant colours of Salcombe Blue, Tuscan Yellow, Passion Pink, Spring Green and Faded Pumpkin offer an injection of colour to make a real statement. Colours don’t always need to be big and bold for a room to stand out.


Neutrals, pastels and subtle shades are also available from this impressive choice to create a soft and tranquil scheme.


Moody interiors are more popular than ever with Fresh Aubergine, Admiral and Forest Floor all key colours for 2018.


Whatever the theme, there is sure to be a colour from Ellis to look fantastic and create impact.


01484 514212 www.jtellis.co.uk


Within its Sussex Range of towel rails, in the feature rail category, sits the Mayfield radiator


he Mayfield radiator sits within the feature rail category of the Sussex Range by JIS Europe Ltd. With its strong, tubular styling, this rail will bring a focal feature to all rooms, be they the bathroom where it can be mounted both horizontally and vertically or other rooms within the home where it could replace the more traditional panel radiator.


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The rail is available in two sizes: 1010mm high by 320mm wide and 1010mm high by 470mm wide with an overall projection of 140-160mm. The 320mm wide Mayfield has a BTU output of 2689 and the 470mm wide has a BTU output of 3760. The Mayfield is, as always manufactured from 100% stainless steel and available in central heating, electric and dual fuel formats and in both a satin and polished finish. The RRP for the 320mm wide is £449.00 ex VAT and £599.00 ex


VAT for the 470mm wide – these prices are based on both polished and satin finish and central heating format. Please visit


www.sussexrange.co.uk for further details and to view our impressive gallery section or call us. We thank you for your interest in the Sussex Range of Stainless Steel Towel Rails by JIS Europe.


01444 831200 info@jiseurope.co.ukwww.sussexrange.co.uk


BEST OF BRITISH EDITION BKU MAY 2018


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