Posted 23rd Nov 2017

Victorian Plumbing partners with Alison Cork

By KBBDaily on 23rd November 2017 - 08:00am

Online bathroom retailer Victorian Plumbing has partnered with celebrity interior designer Alison Cork, pictured, who is a regular on home shopping channel QVC and also writes weekly interiors columns for several national newspapers including The Times and the Guardian.

Cork has collaborated with the company on three bathroom looks, which have been chosen and curated by the designer and are “inspired by popular bathroom trends”.

“We’ve thoroughly enjoyed working with Alison Cork on her exclusive bathroom collection – a lot of planning and design decisions went into the project, and we’re excited to launch the range,” said Victorian Plumbing senior marketing manager Joe Pascoe.

“Alison’s eye for aesthetics and great sense of style is exactly what the Victorian Plumbing customer is looking for; bathrooms are almost certainly one of the toughest rooms to design well – and we’re glad Alison has partnered with us to offer our customers some guidance!”

Cork added: “Bathrooms are undoubtedly one of the hardest working rooms of the house, and as such, a satisfying challenge for a designer. In what is often a fairly small space, you have to combine total practicality and functionality with something that is also aesthetically pleasing.”

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