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  • Discover Taps and Towel Warmers...
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    Rupert Harris

Discover Taps and Towel Warmers...

Discover Taps and Towel Warmers...

Continuing on from our post last week regarding tiles and towel warmers, this week we thought we’d focus on bathroom taps.

Similar to tiles, choosing the right taps which compliment and match your heated towel rail are key to the overall success of a space.

Not only is their aesthetic appearance key, but being one of the few parts of a bathroom you regularly use and interact with, how they look and feel reflects the overall quality of a bathroom.

We have therefore put together a selection of some of our favourite suppliers and products on the market currently.

When choosing suppliers, we take great care to select firms who share a similar ethos to ourselves. That is an ethos with a focus on quality, service and longevity.

CEA DESIGN – FRE70

CEA Design have for a long time been a manufacturer of high quality bathroom fittings and furniture, and this particular tap is no different.

The FRE70 freestanding bath tap is a beautiful example of simplistic contemporary design. Available in a range of finishes, including, Bronze, Copper and Gold, it’s simplicity helps it to stand out. 

The Watermark Collection – URA31

The Watermark Collection manages to stand out as a brand with it’s range of wonderful finishes. The Collection have tastefully mastered finishes such as Copper and Bronze which remain spectacular finishes whilst also looking reserved.

Their URBANE Collection, in particular, the URA31 are a perfect product to show how when properly developed, contemporary designs finished in traditional finishes can be at home in both traditional and modern bathroom designs.

Samuel Heath – Fairfield Deck Mounted Tub/Shower Mixer

A week does not go by without a telephone enquiry here at Rutland Radiators asking whether we can supply a heated towel rail in a finish to match a Samuel Heath piece.

With outstanding build quality, it is unsurprising this brand is currently so popular. In particular, we love how they so successfully achieve a traditional look to their products. This particular tap is notable for it’s elegance. Available in a range of finishes, including City Bronze, which we are also proud to offer as an option at Rutland Radiators.

Bert and May – Matt Black Range

Bert and May was born in Spain, before later coming to the UK. It’s European heritage is clear from it’s website, where you are able to see a diverse yet restrained selection of taps.

Matt Black has made a real impact on the market in recent times. This particular range is manufactured from solid Brass, similar to our own range of heated towel rails and radiators. In addition, with our new powder coating service, we are able to provide a match to allow uniformity in your bathroom space.

Il Bagno – Single Lever Basin Mixer Taps

Il Bagno has for sometime been recognised for it’s consistent quality. Based in Nigeria, Il Bagno again offers solutions to taps which balance modern and traditional requirements equally.

We love this Single Lever Basin Mixer. It’s just so simplistic in it’s design, yet has a traditional beauty to it, not found in most contemporary taps.

How can we help?

Whether you would like us to put you in touch with a tap supplier to match your new heated towel rail or radiator, or need us to match a finish which has been applied to existing bathroom furniture, we can be of assistance.

No matter what your query is, please feel free to call our friendly office team on 01252 790 464 or alternatively email, sales@rutland-radiators.co.uk .

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    Rupert Harris