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Make a Nest with VitrA's family-friendly bathroom range
Families need practical, affordable and functional bathrooms, but VitrA believes that they can be beautiful and sophisticated too and its new Nest range is set to prove just that.
VitrA set the renowned Finnish studio Pentagon Design on the mission to create an all encompassing bathroom range that would provide solutions for typical family needs.
The design studio is known for its ability to rethink the everyday and create surprising solutions and its final collection of washbasins, brassware, furniture and accessories did not disappoint.
The Child Step unit is a wonderful example of how a common problem such as a child not being able to reach the basin is easily overcome with a little ingenuity. It has a dual purpose too providing a convenient and handy storage space that can be accessible to a child; just the thing for organising bathroom toys. The hardwearing and non-scratch finish, which is used throughout the furniture in the range, is also particularly fitting for families.
As pictured, the Nest range includes; 100cm washbasin, 100cm washbasin unit with doors, basin mixer, child step, 100cm mirror with shelf and light, toothbrush holder, liquid soap dispenser, towel ring, toilet roll holder with cover, WC brush holder, wall hung WC pan and soft close toilet seat. All furniture is pictured with an anthracite finish but is also available in high gloss white, waved natural wood and grey natural wood finish.
Darren Paxford, National Sales Manager, VitrA UK comments, "Nest shows that it is possible to make beautiful yet practical and affordable bathroom ranges that cater for all the family's needs. It demonstrates that the bathroom can be more than just a practical space, but used to create a welcoming, relaxing and sociable environment."
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