DRUMMONDS IN ST GILES HOUSE RESTORATION
AUGUST 3RD 2017

Drummonds | St Giles House - Lord Shaftesbury from Drummonds Luxury Bathrooms on Vimeo.


Built in 1651, the Grade I Listed St Giles House is one of Britain’s great architectural treasures and home to the Earls of Shaftesbury.  The Twelfth Earl, Nick Ashley-Cooper, inherited the virtually derelict house in 2005 and is gradually restoring it in a style he describes as “harmonious”, choosing products which he says “sit right and are there to last”.

This perfectly describes Drummonds’ classic bathroomware. Handmade using traditional methods, their collections are as much at home in contemporary settings as in Stately Homes. The size and splendour of the rooms at St Giles House allows for bathrooms on a grand scale: The whole project is a work in progress -  but the Earl has already installed some of Drummonds’ grandest and most dramatic designs including the freestanding ‘Spittal’ shower and the splendid copper clad ‘Usk’ bath.

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