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We’re “Showering” you with new products this summer…

We’re “Showering” you with new products this summer…

We have recently been very pleased to release our range of Shower Curtain Rails.

Listening to our clients, we have identified the need for a range of additional products manufactured from DZR brass tubing in line with the ethos of quality and craftsmanship found in our Heated Towel Rails.

All too often we have heard stories of Shower Curtain Rails collapsing on clients during a shower, and curtains being awkward to pull across. We therefore hope our range of Rails will address these problems.

Available in three different styles, we are able to offer options which can be wall and ceiling mounted as well as just ceiling mounted for free standing baths.

Manufactured from 32mm DZR brass tubing we are able to offer our Shower Curtain Rails in our range of durable plated finishes.

Offering a complete solution our brass Shower Curtain Rails are supplied with matching curtain rings to ensure a seamless appearance. These also ensure that the finish of your Rail is preserved and is not damaged by poorly manufactured imitations.

Our in-house design team are able to work with you to adapt and adjust our three designs, principally the Devonshire, Claremont and Pembroke to suit your exact requirements.

Using proven and tested wall and ceiling mounting plates our Shower Curtain Rails are robust and give a secure fixing to ensure rigidity.

If you are looking for a solution for a more contemporary space, we can also provide our shower curtain rails with a mitred finish. This works particularly well with finishes such as Polished Nickel.

Available with a lengthy 2 year warranty our Shower Curtain Rails can complement the most luxurious of designs with both their style and quality.


If you are currently looking for a solution for your bathroom, please do not hesitate to contact our friendly design team, by either emailing or by calling 01252 790464.

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