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BATHROOMFURNITURE


Ambiance Bain –create the bathroom of your dreams


VitrA Valarte a Modern Classic A


perfect complement to the contemporary designs associated with VitrA, Valarte introduces the popular


Shaker design which combines simplicity with fine craftsmanship and functionality. Valarte is a modern take on a proven classic style that can be used in a


traditional or modern interior. The design, produced by VitrA’s in-house team, takes its inspiration from Shaker and is available in three soft, nostalgic and on-trend shades with circular metal ring handles. The comprehensive furniture range includes vanities, a statement towel cupboard and variety of dresser pieces. The washbasin is also available with chrome legs bringing it bang up to date for today’s bathroom styles. “Valarte is a


characteristically classic design, but is so well suited to modern, functional needs,” says VitrA’s marketing manager Margaret Talbot. “There is a mix of open and closed storage options with single and double door bases. Units of different sizes can be mixed and matched to suit the style and shape of the bathroom. Mid-height and tall cabinets provide valuable extra storage space. Both countertop and vanity basins are available. The vanity basins come in 65, 80 and 100cm sizes and the countertop in 60cm. “ The vanity basins have an attractive double rim design with an upstand


at the back and are available in one and three tap hole formats. The range also includes mirrors and illuminated mirror cabinets. The back-to-wall, wall-hung, and close-coupled WC pans complete the range. “Consumers are looking for timeless designs and for products that combine value for money without compromising on good looks,” says Margaret Talbot. “This is exactly what Valarte offers. The choice of furniture styles and sizes and the complementary sanitaryware means that the range can be used for an en-suite, family bathrooms, cloakrooms or guest bathrooms.”


01235 750990 www.vitra.co.uk


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e spend a lot of time in our bathrooms for all sorts of reasons, so that means they can become a centre of


chaos if we’re not careful. The time we spend in them should set us up for the day ahead and ground us come nightfall. That means they should be a retreat as well as a functional space. An untidy space is not a relaxing space, so it’s important to get the


basics right with your bathroom installation and find innovative ways to get organised. Adding bathroom furniture is a great way to hide unsightly plumbing


whilst creating functional storage in the form of drawers and cupboards under your basin unit or utilise extra space behind your WC to help you manage the clutter so your surfaces are clean and tidy. Ambaince Bain offer a wide choice of modular furniture to suit every


size and style of bathroom and if you want a truly unique made to measure bathroom, then fitted furniture is for you. Beautiful moulded SMO™ basins and worktops with co-ordinating shower trays and wall panels complete the seamless, hygienic finish. Colour is an important factor in setting the right mood for your


bathroom sanctuary, so with an array of beautiful colours to choose from, Ambiance Bain can help you create the bathroom of your dreams.


01925 852675 www.ambiancebain.co.uk


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