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20th January 2020
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Ripples launches new Style Guide
Award winning bathroom retailer Ripples, has launched a new Style Guide - an in-house magazine, filled with everything consumers need to know about bathrooms.
It covers new products coveted by Ripples, inspirational case studies and invaluable advice from Ripples design experts... a 'go-to' for consumers looking to refresh or totally update their bathrooms.
The mag comes out twice a year... The first one has just landed on Ripples' website and can be downloaded and the hard copies have arrived at the showrooms.
Ripples has also created a 'Trends 2017' supplement that features new products coming soon to Ripples.
"We want our new Style Guide to be the go-to for consumers looking for bathroom inspiration," says the company's marketing manager Graziella Pinto.
"It is filled with designer advice, amazing new products and beautiful Ripples bathrooms.
Consumers can opt to download the brochure online, request for it to be posted out to them or alternatively pop in to one of our 13 UK showrooms to pick one up."
Paul Crow, Ripples' managing director says: "It's an exciting time in the bathroom world, the stream of new and exciting products and ideas is creating great interest for our team of designers and customers.
We have put together in our new Ripples Style Guide, our current favourites, along with some great advice from our in-house experts."
Ripples announced the launch of the Style Guide at an event held at The Water Studio, in Clerkenwell.
Guests were welcome by Ripples Marketing Manager Grazziella Pinto, Sales Manager Nicola Crow and three Ripples designers - Jo Crane, Joel Fry and Leanne Robey.
All guests enjoyed beautiful bespoke breakfast canapes, homemade smoothies and joined in a Q&A panel with the designers.
The Style Guide is available now to download from:
21st April 2017