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Victoria + Albert Baths launches its first ever collection of bathroom furniture

* Victoria-Albert-Baths.jpgVictoria + Albert Baths has now launched its first ever collection of bathroom furniture. Suitable for a range of interior schemes and styles, the collections signify Victoria + Albert's move into developing beautiful, practical bathroom furniture alongside elegant freestanding baths and basins.

The collections include two integrated vanity units, the Mandello 114 (below left) and Lario 100 (below right), which include integrated basins made from Victoria + Albert's exclusive Quarrycast material - a unique blend of Volcanic Limestone and high performance resins, forming a super-strong basin that is scratch resistant, wipe-clean and features a built-in overflow.

The collection also includes two countertop vanity units, the Bosa 112 and Stiletto 110.

* Mandello_142.jpg* Lario_142.jpgFurthermore, Victoria + Albert is introducing its first mirror collection to be paired with these vanity units. Each mirror is made from solid beech timber with a waterproof lacquer finish, featuring classic beveled glass and a distinct, detailed feature on each item.

In addition, Victoria + Albert is also launching two new freestanding baths, the ionian (spelt with lower case 'i') and Worcester. T

he ionian features an iconic rimless design while offering a longer tub, providing a comfortable angle of recline for a fabulous soak. The Worcester, meanwhile, is a freestanding roll-top bath blending the classic features of a traditional bath with elegant, modern lines. The ionian is intended for Victoria + Albert's Modern collection, while the Worcester is ideally suited to its New Traditional range.

www.vandabaths.com

13th March 2015




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