NEW… DOGMA D.O5 WASHBASINS
OCTOBER 16TH 2017

Dogma d.05 washbasins from Alternative Bathrooms are an integrated countertop concept. They are part of the new Dogma modular bathroom system which melds Italian style with a Zen-like focus on harmony and balance.
 
Available in five sizes (see above) the d.05 integrated washbasins are compatible with a wide range of Dogma elements, from a simple, modern vanity stand to many different cabinetry and storage options. Natural materials abound in the Dogma collection, including metal, timber, porcelain and marble.   
 
Dogma d.05 basins are made in white Cristalplant, a durable marble-based composite.
ON THE SLOPES
OCTOBER 12TH 2017


The leading experts in shaped blinds, Grand Design Blinds can shade and screen even the most challenging shapes and areas of glass.  Each project is a unique challenge, needing a one-off response. Grand Design Blinds offer many different types of blinds, which combined with specialist materials and automated operating systems allow them to create shading solutions for even the most extraordinary locations.
 
Shown here: This bedroom needed a blackout solution but posed a series of challenges including a glass-to-glass corner and a casement window, meaning that the blind had to be fully retractable.
 
Grand Design Blinds engineered a series of solutions including reverse-rolling the blinds so that the fabric comes off the front of the tube rather than the back - allowing the two blinds to meet neatly in the corner. The right-hand blind is cut to the shape of the window for a fully tailored shape and slim aluminium pelmets hide the roller tubes, preventing light gaps above them.
 
Grand Design Blinds undertake projects worldwide. All of their blinds are handmade to order in the UK.
MARTIN MOORE - THE NEW DECO KITCHEN
OCTOBER 9TH 2017


Founded in 1975 as one of the very first handmade kitchen companies, Martin Moore’s hallmark style has always been classic, timeless, English furniture with a quality which transcends fashion. The style has never stood still though, and over the years a refined contemporary look has emerged.  

The New Deco Kitchen marks an important milestone, as the first kitchen to be wholly designed by Richard Moore, the second generation of the Moore family.  He brings new materials and new looks to the kitchen, taking ‘classic contemporary’ into a new realm.



As with all Martin Moore kitchens, every piece of the New Deco Kitchen is custom designed and handmade in their Yorkshire workshops.  It draws inspiration from architects and craftsmen of the 1930’s, whose Art Deco designs featured clean, geometric lines and decorative materials shaped by exceptional craft skills. Likewise, this highly architectural design has remarkable construction and detailing which calls on the exceptional skills of the Martin Moore craftsmen. 

Whilst acknowledging its 20th Century inspirations, everything about the New Deco Kitchen is new, from the ‘floating’ freestanding pieces to the clever shadow-lines in all the cabinetry. Modern framing replaces traditional cornices and doors are either flush or simply framed without beading. Another important design signature is the use of feature materials, including porcelains and metallics, for both cladding and inset panels. These give this kitchen limitless design potential. 
MODERN MOORISH STYLE
OCTOBER 3RD 2017

New from the London Basin Company, the Isabella basin is a stylish modern take on traditional Moorish designs. Made in pale blue porcelain with a smooth satin finish, its distinctive flower shape is richly embellished with an intricate design of flowers and gemstones in amethyst purple and blue topaz. 
 
London Basin Company’s richly decorated porcelain basins make perfect accent pieces for bathrooms and cloakrooms. Interior designer Anna Callis, founder of the company, draws inspiration from her travels, creating her own modern interpretations of traditional Oriental and Middle Eastern patterns. 
 
Available to buy online, the London Basin Company offers 16 different basins in a variety of designs and shapes.  Every basin is a one-off, hand finished and generously sized; with dimensions running between 39.7 and 45cm in diameter and 14 to 16.2cm in height.  
NEW SKIRTED SERPENTINE BATH FROM DRUMMONDS
OCTOBER 2ND 2017

Drummonds’ Serpentine cast iron bath has a very distinctive low-profile design.  Its curved, contoured sides and back add even more to the promise of total relaxation and comfort.
 
Now the Serpentine is available in two versions; with a new cast iron skirt (as seen here) or with art deco styled cast iron feet.
 
It takes Drummonds several weeks to make each bath; a traditional process involving casting the raw metal, shot-blasting and enamelling with the lengthy dry-frit process which gives a snow white, incredibly durable enamel surface. Each bath is then finished to order, creating a unique bathroom centrepiece. Options include polished & lacquered, raw iron, metal clad, primed or hand painted. 

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