AUGUST 17TH 2018

Embracing a return of food and cookery to the kitchen, the new Lepic kitchen by leading British designer Jasper Morrison marks a move away from minimalism and instead focuses on practicality and the pleasures of cooking and eating.

A seemingly simple design, the kitchen draws upon Morrison’s creative philosophy of the ‘super normal’, in which every element is carefully considered and refined.  Using a variety of materials and compositions, the Lepic is rich in detail and meets all the complex requirements of a modern, lived-in kitchen.

It combines natural materials such as wood with the latest innovative technology, creating a space which is entirely practical and durable, but which retains a warm and organic feel.  Cabinet doors are finished with veneered natural oak and Fenix NMT, a nanotechnological material which is opaque, soft to the touch and extremely hard-wearing.  The worktops are made from wood fibre and are plated on both sides in Fenix NMT.

Open storage provides easy access to pots, pans and food stuffs whilst the stainless-steel back panel, featuring machined grooves, allows the kitchen to be customised with a wide range of visible accessories and utensils. The handles, available in solid natural oak or cast-iron effect painted metal, are deliberately prominent, designed to hold dish cloths while the stainless-steel hood, in a satin finish, is intended for additional storage use.  The island offers a generous space for food preparation and entertaining.

The fusion of Morrison’s refined design ethos and Schiffini’s modular hallmark style results in a lived-in kitchen with atmosphere and the joy of cookery at its heart. 

The Lepic kitchen comes in three finishes: Malè White, Ingo Black and Beige Luxor. 

Schiffini kitchens start from £20,000. 

The latest additions to 
Drummonds’ bathroom lighting collection take their signature classic luxe to new heights.

As with all Drummonds’ brassware, every piece is entirely handmade, with the brass cast in the traditional lost wax process and the glass handblown. The brass is then finished to order, with nine options ranging from unlacquered brass to polished nickel and antique bronze.

Part of the Martin Brudnizki for Drummonds Collection, the impressive new Derwent Flush Ceiling Light is a clever fusion of contemporary and vintage style. 170mm high x 300mm wide, it’s large enough to be a central light in a small bathroom and also looks great used in multiples to light larger spaces.

Also new are cut glass shades for Drummonds’ Dalby (shown below, right) and Chessleton (shown below, left) wall lights. Handmade glass is cut by hand in a diamond pattern which gives the lights a distinctly Deco feel.  


It can be daunting to move away from a neutral palette and embrace the vivid hues and bold tones that are now so on trend…  

One of the easiest ways to add colour is 
Felt’s beautiful handmade shyrdak rugs, which come bold, bright and beautiful in all shapes and sizes, from runners to room-size or round rugs.  From the dazzlingly bright to subtly muted tones, Felt rugs offer a wide range of decorative possibilities for both contemporary and traditional interiors. Perfect for both floors and walls, a wide selection is always available from stock and customers can also commission bespoke rugs.


London Basin Company introduce ‘Annika’, a stylish porcelain basin inspired by the clean and simple styling associated with Nordic design.  The asymmetric basin encompasses the three key elements of Scandinavian style - functionality, simplicity and beauty - with a hand finished dimpled white exterior setting off a bright high gloss green interior. 

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 designs and patterns.

Available to buy online, London Basin Company offers a wide variety of designs.  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.  

Annika is 37.5cm in diameter x 15-18.5cm high and is shown here on the Felix vanity stand also by London Basin Company. 


Lapicida’s new Alora porcelain tiles have a rich, warm Mediterranean feel.  Perfect facsimiles of a vintage terracotta, complete with mellow colour variations and natural textures, they are an easy and cost- effective way to get one of today’s most on-trend looks.

Light, strong and extremely easy to look after, Lapicida’s high-tech porcelain tiles come in a dazzling array of extraordinary lookalikes, including timber, metal, glass, cement and ceramics.    

Easy to install on interior walls and floors, 
Alora porcelain tiles measure 450 x 450 x 10mm. 


A run-down Victorian villa in Oxfordshire was demolished to make way for a brand-new house.  It retained the generous proportions of the original building, but with much larger areas of glass and a purpose-designed footprint, it is the perfect modern home for a couple and their three teenage children.

The clients came to 
Martin Moore through a friend’s recommendation and the kitchen design started while the house was still in the planning phase. This enabled the designer, Alex Hughes of Martin Moore’s Amersham showroom, to work with the architects and builders right from the beginning, aligning all the services and amenities.  The overall concept was definitely to ‘think big’.  Everything in this kitchen is on a grand scale and the design grew outwards from the central focus of one of the largest islands which Martin Moore have ever made.

Another must-have was the Aga.  Moving to the new house meant leaving a much-loved Aga behind, but there was the cheering prospect of a brand new one at the heart of the new kitchen. Situated just opposite the Aga, the sizeable central island is the multi-purpose heart of the room; as much a social hub for the family as a prepping area and laying out space.  A steam oven faces the Aga, creating a cooking zone, and a prep sink makes a practical addition to the island’s functionality, as does a deep fridge drawer facing the main sink.

The clients’ original brief actually called for two islands; the second being for a teenage daughter who loves to bake and needed a working zone of her own.  A second fixed island proved impractical in the final design, but was cleverly replaced by a Martin Moore Cook’s Table.  A large freestanding dresser adjacent to both the cooking zone and dining area holds the majority of the everyday china, glass and cutlery.

Although this is such a large kitchen, its ergonomics and functionality have been very carefully planned.  Because every Martin Moore kitchen is entirely designed and handbuilt as a one-off, every element of the space and the clients’ needs can be given due recognition.  Alex visited the clients in their old house and together they measured the existing shelving and drawer capacity, plus contents, and estimated exactly how much space the new kitchen should provide and how it would be organised.  They also discussed how the clients liked to shop (often, for fresh food) and cook and tailored the larder, fridge and freezer space accordingly.

Clever, purpose-designed, storage abounds, including deep drawers on either side of the Aga, which conceal internal drawers with special dividers for a knife block and utensils.  More vertical dividers under the prep sink provide dedicated storage for chopping boards and Aga trays. 

The clients had already chosen the fabrics for their blinds and upholstery, so the kitchen was handpainted in complementary colours, taking a palette of warm neutrals through the whole space from the working zones into the family dining and sitting room areas beyond. This unity creates a calm atmosphere with the colours changing subtly in response to the natural daylight which floods the room.

The kitchen also has a spacious walk-in pantry with traditional cool-shelves in Carrara marble. The long open shelves above the worktop provide storage for oils, preserves and dry ingredients, whilst the shelves below hold big bowls, party platters and large pieces of cookware. Wicker baskets under the sink provide root vegetable storage. 

JULY 19TH 2018

We are delighted to announce we have been appointed to handle the PR for Schiffini who have recently opened a London showroom.

Leaders in the development of the modular kitchen Schiffini embodies the creativity and craftsmanship of Italian design. Founded in 1925, the company has collaborated with some of the greatest names in industrial design such as Vico Magistretti, Alfredo Häberli and Jasper Morrison.  Headed by Enrico Schiffini it remains a family business to this day.

These visionary architects and designers have constantly rethought the concept of the kitchen; coming up with new materials, engineering solutions and functional advances. Each collection has its unique characteristics but shares Schiffini’s emphasis on design values and build quality and - crucially - on making the kitchen a space to be lived in and enjoyed to the full.

JULY 18TH 2018

As nights draw in and the temperature drops, traditional glass buildings become less welcoming to spend time in.  But technology has changed all this and the high-tech, intelligent glass buildings from 
The Caulfield Company can be enjoyed all year round. State of the art thermal performance, automated shading and temperature control are operated through built-in weather stations for perfect four-season climate control. 

This is tried and tested technology, widely used in commercial buildings and now being applied to domestic projects from garden room extensions to modern conservatories and freestanding glass pavilions.

At the heart of The Caulfield Company’s designs are pioneering roof and door systems built for The Caulfield Company by the same specialist German company which fabricates for architects such as Norman Foster. These offer not only the highest possible strength, noise cancelling and thermal values (up to Passivhaus requirements) but also the ability to create spectacular modern structures.

Full Project Service: From planning, design and build to interior finishes and fittings

The Caulfield Company handles projects right through from planning permission to the design, build and interior finishes.  It also offers a complete interior design service including bespoke joinery made in its own workshops, integrated entertainment systems, timber and stone floors and contemporary furniture from leading names.   Mark Caulfield and his team of architects and craftsmen undertake projects all over the world.   

JULY 12TH 2018

Founded in the 1940s, 
George Spencer Designs is one of Britain’s longest-established fabric houses.  Bringing together in-house designs and international textile and wallpaper collections, it is renowned for artisanal products, luxurious natural fibres and textural weaves.

Daisy is a charming floral, originally inspired by the rice grains used to decorate Chinese tableware. Patterns made by the grains gradually evolved into this delicate petal design, printed in white onto seven different pastel backgrounds.

60% Cotton, 40% Linen, 140cm wide.  Seven colourways
Suitable for curtains, cushions and light upholstery

JULY 11TH 2018

A classic stonemasonry technique, bookmatched marble has become a key trend in today’s interiors.  Using natural marble slabs to create geometric feature floors and walls is the height of luxury for kitchens, bathrooms and living rooms.

Now marble experts 
Lapicida have launched a far simpler, less expensive way to get the look.  Their amazing new ‘Bluetta’ porcelain offers a really authentic alternative to bookmatched marble, making it a great choice where budgets are limited or marble slabs would be too thick or heavy.  It is suitable for interior and exterior walls.

Light, strong and just 10mm thick, Bluetta’s extra-large tiles measure 2400mm x 1200mm each and are used in pairs to create the bookmatched effect shown here.  Easy to handle and straightforward to install they cost £142.80 per square metre (inc VAT). 

JULY 10TH 2018

Alternative Bathrooms’ new Dolcevita collection of modular vanity units features corrugated fronts and sides.  It’s a modern sophisticated look, which is completed by an extensive range of integrated vanity tops and basins. 

Custom finishes on the cabinetry include everything from light and dark timber veneers to coloured lacquers and new-generation metallic lacquers.  The interiors too are finished and fitted out to order.

Offering a wide range of cabinet shapes and sizes, the Dolcevita collection also includes aluminium framed mirrors, which can have integrated lighting (seen below, on hexagonal mirrors) or custom spotlights. 

Rovere Naturale
Base cabinet: £4283
Basin with splashback + towel rail: £3434
Mirror: £538
Wall cabinet: £1384 

Rame Metallic Finish
Cabinet with basin: £2927 each
Mirrors with integrated lights: £1068 each


Rovere Moro
Cabinet with basin: £5638
Mirrors: from £410 

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Titanium Metallic Finish
Cabinet with double basins: £6533
Mirrors: £175 each 

JULY 5TH 2018

London Basin Company’s hand 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.  The new ‘Blossom’ basin features an embossed oriental pattern in celadon with a high gloss finish.

Available to buy online the London Basin Company offers basins in a wide variety of designs. 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.

The Blossom is 42cm wide x 14cm high.

Shown here on the 
Felix vanity stand, also by London Basin Company.

Tap from 
The Watermark Collection:
Urbane Wall Mounted Basin Set in Charcoal Finish

JULY 3RD 2018

Designed by Vanessa Van Reyk, this en-suite master bathroom occupies a light-flooded corner of what appears to be a Georgian mansion but is in fact a new-build.  From the panelling to the flooring, every detail has been carefully observed, to create a space looking, as the designer says, “like a striking alteration rather than a completely new design”.

On the same basis, she sourced all the grand bathroomware from 
Drummonds, citing its designs as “classic, simple, elegant and timeless”.  With the WC and shower tucked discreetly out of sight, the centrepiece of the room is the imposing ‘Wye’ cast iron bath with its polished metal exterior.  This silver metal theme is echoed in the tall towel radiator and the brassware, from the taps and showerhead to the legs of the magnificent Lowther double vanity basin.  Arabescato marble and handblown glass light fittings form yet more visual bridges between period and contemporary style.

Drummonds design and manufacture their own bathroomware using traditional techniques and materials, from cast iron to china clay and solid brass.  Refined and authentic, their pieces lend presence to both period and modern settings.

Drummonds’ product details:

All brassware and accessories are in a chrome finish.

JUNE 20TH 2018

Modulnova’s ‘Twenty’ is the pinnacle of architectural design for kitchens; monolithic forms which reveal little of their essence and everything of their materials. Inside these sculptural elements are highly functional interiors, with accessories specifically designed to organise work spaces and storage.  Maintaining the purity of line, tall cupboards conceal appliances and storage spaces which, as with all Modulnova designs, are organised and accessorised to order.

Shown here: The newest display in 
DesignSpace London’s Wigmore Street showroom sees Twenty appearing in a rich new palette of materials, combining dark oak and warm metal with the luxurious purity of natural marble.

Tall doors and base unit doors: Raw Oak veneer, colour Carbone  
Doors on island base units: Vein-matched Carrara Marble
Worktops and island detailing: Carrara Marble 
Splashback panels: ‘Bronze Dust’ from the Metals range

Kitchens from DesignSpace London start from £25,000

JUNE 19TH 2018

Exclusive to George Spencer Designs in the UK, Maison C’s quirky, witty wallpapers take their inspiration from nature and fine art, rendered with a dreamlike quality.

Prairie is a new design inspired by the meadows of middle America, featuring trees and plants together with simply drawn tents in Maison C’s unique style.  The original design is hand-painted and has an artisan quality which carries through into the wallpaper.  Hand printed on clay-finished eco paper, its beautiful matt finish allows the vibrant colours to dazzle against a midnight blue or white background. Available in two colourways.

Prairie is printed in the USA using eco-friendly inks and paper and is 76cm wide. 

Sagan is inspired by the works of astronomer and thinker Carl Sagan and brings the night sky into our homes. Hand-printed on clay-finished eco paper, it features bright gold metallic stars twinkling on the matt background of complex dark blues which give the paper a real sense of depth and distance.  Available in one colourway.

Sagan is printed in the USA using eco-friendly inks and paper and is 76cm wide. 

Topanga’s stylised cactus design is inspired by the succulents native to the Topanga Canyon in California.  A botanical with a twist, Topanga sets a modern desert style through a hand drawn illustration which is printed on clay-finished eco paper with a beautiful matt finish and an intense colour quality. Available in three colourways.  

Topanga is printed in the USA using eco-friendly inks and paper and is 76cm wide.

JUNE 12TH 2018

Centuries away from the traditional conservatory, a completely new generation of glass buildings make architecturally exciting additions to our houses and gardens - and can also change the way we live.

The Caulfield Company’s intelligent glass buildings blur the boundaries between inside and out through contemporary architecture, advanced engineering and sophisticated climate control.  They are perfectly in tune with one of the biggest trends in modern living… the outdoor kitchen, which has evolved from a simple barbeque into a completely new indoor/outdoor living space with a fully equipped kitchen.

Freestanding or built as an extension, The Caulfield Company’s Winter Garden concept is a bespoke design that can be built for use as anything from a sitting room, party zone or kitchen/dining room to a home office or pool house.  Ultra-tall bi-fold doors open to the garden on all sides, whilst electronically-controlled awnings give shade when needed to keep the building at a perfect temperature.  On cooler days, with the doors partly or completely closed, the advanced glass technology (insulated to Passivhaus requirements) and climate control systems maintain the interior at the same level of year-round comfort.  This is a real room, with no compromises made for its garden location. 

At the heart of these custom designed buildings are pioneering roof and door systems built for The Caulfield Company by Solarlux, the specialist German company which fabricates for architects such as Norman Foster.  Technically these systems offer not only the highest possible strength, noise cancelling and thermal values but also the ability to create spectacular structures including designs where the doors fold entirely away, leaving no beams or columns to interrupt garden sightlines.   

The Caulfield Company handles projects right through from planning permission to design, build and interior finishes. It’s interior design service includes bespoke joinery made in its own workshops, integrated entertainment systems, timber and stone floors and contemporary furniture.  Mark Caulfield and his team of architects and craftsmen undertake projects all over the world.    

Shown here: This freestanding design by The Caulfield Company houses a ‘Elemental’ kitchen by deVOL.

JUNE 11TH 2018

Embrace maximalism, it’s here to stay! And right in tune with that, 
Layla, new from London Basin Company, is a highly decorative porcelain basin inspired by traditional chinoiserie. The hand painted basin features an elegant floral design depicted in lemon yellows and soft pinks intertwined with exotic birds and butterflies against a lime green background. Set it against a plain background as shown here or, for true maximalism, layer it amidst other patterns.

London Basin Company’s richly decorated 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 basins in a wide variety of designs. 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.

The Layla Basin measures 14.5cm high x 42cm diameter, Shown above on the Hugo vanity stand below on the Felix Stand also by London Basin Company. 

Tap shown right from The Watermark Collection:
Zen wall mounted basin set in Polished Nickel with Nero Marquina handle

JUNE 7TH 2018

The new ‘Ashburn’ cast iron bath is a compact freestanding roll top, based on 18th Century ‘bateau’ bath designs. 

A great fit for smaller spaces, it offers all the comforts of a classic double ended design, with traditional ball & claw feet making it every bit as grand as its larger cousins in Drummonds’ cast iron bath collection.

It takes Drummonds several weeks to make a single 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.

Dimensions: L1500 x W730 x H630mm

Finishes:  To order, with four bespoke finish options; painted, polished (as shown here), primed or raw metal. 

JUNE 6TH 2018

Martin Moore’s new Muswell Hill showroom has a fresh, modern feel which is perfectly in tune with its urban location. 

Effortlessly bridging classic and contemporary, the refined detailing in their furniture sets strong horizontals and verticals against a palette of warm neutrals. New emphasis is placed on materials, texture and the considered placement of colour, with retro/modern decorative elements including ribbed glass, smoked mirror glass and soft velvets in jewel colours.  Metals too are restrained: Honed, brushed, gleaming with luxury but never ostentatious. 

Kitchens are not just about the way things work and the ergonomics of efficiency.  They are also about the way we want them to look and feel.  There is sensory delight in these designs, creating great spaces to spend time alone or surrounded by friends and family.  Every Martin Moore kitchen is individually designed and built to order, producing highly functional spaces with the generous authenticity of real furniture and real craftsmanship.


The New Deco Kitchen

The New Deco Kitchen draws inspiration from the architects and craftsmen of the 1930s, but everything about this design is innovative; from ‘floating’ freestanding pieces to clever shadow-lines in the cabinetry.  The concept also focuses on the use of feature materials, including book-matched marble, plain and decorative limestone, metallics and veneered timbers. 

Throughout this highly sophisticated kitchen, texture offers both visual and tactile pleasure.  Mixed metals too, from brushed brass to stainless steel, bring yet another level of interest when set against the palette of simple neutrals.

The English Kitchen

Inspired by the neo-classical architect Inigo Jones, this concept derives from the classic proportions and features of English period furniture.

Muswell Hill sees Martin Moore pushing this much-loved design even further, bringing in modern elements such as plain, white metro tiles, ribbed glass in cupboard doors and, in the dining area, lush velvet banquettes framing a Martin Moore smoked glass and oak table. Specially commissioned glass pendant lights bring pops of rich colour.

The New Classic Kitchen

The New Classic Kitchen has long provenance in Martin Moore’s history and carries a sense of tradition and permanence.  

It’s a grand kitchen, but a thoroughly modern one too, with period proportions refined and adapted to embrace modern technology and zoning.  This includes the spacious walk-in larder which provides ambient storage but could also be designed as a wine store or cold room.

The Architectural Kitchen 

Combining English Oak with handpainted furniture, the Architectural Kitchen has notably long elevations and rows of overhead lockers.   

As with all Martin Moore designs, this is real furniture, designed and built to order. The panelling of the doors requires exceptional craftsmanship in its construction - especially when highlighted with chrome inlays, as in the Muswell Hill showroom.  These bring yet another level of subtle glamour to this collection.

Martin Moore, who celebrate their 43rd anniversary this year, were one of the very first handmade kitchen companies.  In the early days, they built their kitchens from reclaimed timbers, but soon began to develop their own hallmark style of classic, timeless, English furniture, designed and made to order with a quality which transcends fashion. 

Still family run, Martin Moore work across the UK and Europe, designing and building bespoke wooden kitchens, utility rooms, bathrooms, bedrooms, dressing rooms and freestanding furniture.

Everything is solidly, traditionally, custom-built in Martin Moore’s Yorkshire workshops and they undertake the entire installation, including fitting, painting and worktops.  They have their own stone company, Martin Moore Stone, and mix their own paints.  This end-to-end approach allows Martin Moore to install rapidly and efficiently… and to give a lifetime guarantee.

JUNE 5TH 2018

Lapicida is increasingly adding hi-tech options to its range, partnering its famous natural stone and marble collections with state of the art materials for walls and floors.  The newest introduction is the Cosentino collection of Silestone® and Dekton® large format flooring and cladding tiles.

Exclusive to Lapicida in the UK, these tiles offer a wealth of contemporary design opportunities, including the chance to perfectly match floors and walls to worktops, a great look for kitchens and bathrooms which is becoming increasingly on trend.    

Both materials are based on natural stone and manufactured using processes which make them exceptionally dense, durable, hygienic and resistant to scratching, staining and other wear and tear.  They can also be directly matched to Silestone® and Dekton® worktops (the market leaders in quartz and sintered stone), available from leading kitchen studios. 


Shown above:   Floor tiles and island cladding in Silestone® ‘Iconic White’ shows the sleek, architectural finish achieved by matching the floor tiles to the cladding of the island.  Silestone® is made of 90% natural quartz and Lapicida supplies the wall and floor tiles in 60 different colours and three finishes, with a wide range of tile sizes (up to 600 x 600mm) and thicknesses.


Dekton® combines quartz, glass and porcelain in a unique ‘sintering’ process which mimics the metamorphic process of natural stone, rendering it extremely hard-wearing, scratch resistant and low-maintenance.  Dekton® wall and floor tiles are available from Lapicida in more than 30 colourways and a wide range of tile sizes (up to 1570 x 1400mm) and thicknesses.  

Shown above and below: From solid colours to special effects including marble, steel and cement, the Dekton® collection offers exciting ideas for matching and co-ordinating walls, floors and surfaces.  Because it is frost-proof, you can even take the look out into the garden.

JUNE 4TH 2018

New for 2018, Fern by 
George Spencer Designs, is an exuberant modern botanical, very much in tune with colourful, decorative interiors.  Perfect for curtains, blinds, cushions and light upholstery, it comes in 7 colourways, from the warm tones of Red Ochre and Terracotta to a versatile range of cooler neutrals.

7 colourways
Width: 140cm 
57% linen, 43% cotton

MAY 24TH 2018

Influenced by world travels, 
London Basin Company’s beautiful porcelain basins make perfect accent pieces.  The new ‘Aubrey’ has a basket-weave textured finish inspired by the pretty woven rattan and seagrass baskets found across Asia.  Naturally decorative, it’s perfect for bathrooms and cloakrooms.

Available to buy online, the London Basin Company offers basins in a wide variety of designs.  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. 

The Aubrey is 39.5cm wide x 15.5cm high. 

Shown here on the 
Felix vanity stand also by London Basin Company. 

Tap from The Watermark Collection:
Zen Wall Mounted Basin Set in Polished Nickel

MAY 21ST 2018

Coolly elegant and refined, this master bathroom, designed by BTL Property, breathes contemporary air into a period house. Wholly modern in concept, it cleverly incorporates classic finishes such as the figured marble surfaces and Polished Chrome on The Watermark Collection’s ‘London’ bath and basin taps and deluge shower.  Ideal for this project, ‘London brassware was designed to meld simple, contemporary lines with heritage styling and comes with either traditional lever controls or the neat, crosshead handles chosen for this bathroom.

The Watermark Collection Products:

Basin: London cross head wall mounted 3-hole basin set in Polished Chrome
Bath: London cross head wall mounted 3-hole bath set in Polished Chrome. 
Showerhead: London deluge showerhead 350mm diameter and ceiling wall mounted shower arm in Polished Chrome. 

MAY 17TH 2018

Handmade using traditional manufacturing techniques, 
Drummonds’ splendid Double Lowther Vanity forms the magnificent centrepiece of Kate Moss’ bathroom.

The brassware of the stand and taps is cast using the classic lost wax process and the white china basins are made in English clay, hand glazed and hand finished.  Highly figured Arabescato marble underlines the sheer scale and luxury of this piece. 

To partner the Lowther, Kate Moss chose a freestanding, double-ended 
Spey bath with a hand painted exterior. This is just one of Drummonds’ many cast iron bath designs, each of which takes several weeks to make in a series of craft processes beginning with casting the molten iron and completed by dry frit enamelling and custom exterior finishing. 

Drummonds products:
The Lowther Vanity Basin Suite with Arabescato Marble 
Mull Classic 3-Hole Basin Mixer 
The Spey Cast Iron Bath Tub from 
Mull Classic Bath & Shower Mixer 
Brora High Level WC Suite 

Hand painted ‘Anemones in Light’ wallpaper designed by Kate Moss in collaboration with de Gournay. ‘Dusk’ design colours on custom Grey painted Xuan paper 
MAY 8TH 2018

Illusion Porcelain in White 

Lapicida’s new Illusion porcelain floor and wall tiles are an amazing new material which perfectly captures the authentic look and texture of natural limestone.  

Taking realism to a whole new level, the random patterns of shells, veins and mineral nuances which make natural stone so intriguing have been recreated in both look and feel… making it almost impossible to distinguish from the real thing.  

Made using the latest high-resolution porcelain technology, Illusion offers the advantage of being much stronger than natural stone. This makes it suitable for a wider range of locations, especially as it is easy to install, stable, non-porous and extremely hardwearing. 

Illusion porcelain tiles are designed to be used on their own or in conjunction with natural stone.  Entirely frost-proof, they can also be used on exterior walls and terraces, making them ideal for getting the ‘inside/outside’ look of a single surface flowing through from the house into the garden. 

Fossil detail on Dark and White tiles

Illusion Porcelain 

Available in a range of finishes from honed to anti-slip 
and a choice of tile sizes (all 14mm thick):
1200 x 600mm, 900 x 900mm, 
600 x 600mm, 600 x 300mm

Illusion porcelain in Dark

Illusion comes in four authentic limestone colourways: Grey, Dark, Beige and White, with a range of tile sizes and finishes including honed, matt and textured. 



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