Posted 26th Nov 2018

Victoria + Albert Baths featured on Old House New Home

By KBBDaily on 26th November 2018 - 10:22am
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Victoria + Albert Baths’ custom-painted freestanding, claw-foot Cheshire tub recently featured in an episode of Channel 4’s Old House New Home, presented by architect and TV personality George Clarke.

The bath featured in an episode on the show’s third season which saw Clarke consult property owners Craig and Jason as they renovated their mock-1930s Tudor cottage in Hastings. Victoria + Albert Baths’ Cheshire tub was used in Jason and Craig’s master bedroom’s en-suite.

The tub was painted an “eye-catching” deep red and paired with a Staffordshire 15 wall-mounted bath mixer, as well as a Radford 51 vessel basin that was mounted on a vintage chest and paired with a Staffordshire 11 basin mixer.

“We are delighted to have worked with the team at Old House New Home to have created a truly unique version of our traditional Cheshire bath,” said Victoria + Albert Baths marketing director Jonathan Carter.

“As the designers have shown, the exterior can be painted or personalised after purchase, meaning homeowners can customise to create their dream bathroom.”


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