Waterworks Launches New Bathroom Icons

Waterworks has introduced over 140 new items into its offering this autumn including two new fittings collections, a new bathtub, and an expanded assortment of new vanities, fixtures, accessories and furnishings.

“The essence of this collection is the idea of innovation,” said Peter Sallick, CEO and Creative Director, Waterworks. “Since our founding in 1978, we’ve reinterpreted historical and unusual things through our distinctive, classical lens. With our two new bath fittings families – Dash and Regulator – we’ve built on that tradition of iconic design. Each piece draws on pure mechanical elements from the past, edited into something more polished, more sophisticated and ideal for today’s needs.”

Regulator has previously only been available for the kitchen, but is now available for the bath.   It is a playful take on the design of industrial boiler room controls and the new fittings and accessories collection includes over 50 components, from taps to wall-mounted accessories, showerheads, tub fillers and thermostatic shower systems. Stocked in Nickel, Chrome, Unlacquered Brass and a new blackened-grey option offered as a special finish Shadow.

Dash, the latest addition to the Waterworks Heritage collection, has 40 new fittings and accessories from taps & shower components to wall-mounted accessories such as hooks and towel rings.  Taking more than a little inspiration from the Henry collection Dash has pared-down shapes, soft curves and minimal details, giving it the duality of a 1930s feel and the modernity to fit into any décor. Available in Chrome, Nickel and Unlacquered Brass finishes.

The glamorous Nilo freestanding bathtub offers a generous bathing well – which means you are guaranteed to relax and get a good soak.  Made using fibreglass materials – the exact make up of which is a trade secret – it is a well designed addition to the Waterworks collection.

For further information on these or any of the Waterworks products head to their Chelsea Design Quarter showroom.

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