The typical British bathroom is getting smaller: with new homes featuring two or more bathroom spaces – usually six feet square or smaller – as standard, builders and plumbers are seeking products and furniture that use the available space to the best effect.
Bearing the modern British home in mind, Thirty6 has developed a new range of bathroom products, in conjunction with design company, Bluefrog
With innovative product design and intelligent room planning, consumer design expectations can be met. Thirty6’s MyHome range has been designed to help a bathroom to feel spacious, regardless of its actual size, meeting the needs of modern housebuilders and those looking to refurbish existing buildings.
By specifying thin basin rims, for instance, the washing area of a 50cm basin can be made as large as a 60cm product. Similarly, dual-flush compact toilets, which have the shortest projections into the room, can be matched with slim cisterns.
MyHome also comprises a range of compact baths, starting at 150cm in length: Xofill fittings eliminate the need for bath taps, leaving the rim clear of brassware.
Thirty6’s solutions are stocked exclusively by the Plumb Center Group; they can also be supplied by bathroom designers and retailers throughout the UK.
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