The new Rockwell range of bathroom accessories from The Water Monopoly brings new freedom to bathroom design. You can mix and match gorgeously coloured tap heads, showers, flush handles and bath feet – they can complement each other or contrast as you like.
The range features a classic selection of Fifties-inspired colours, along with black, white and a variety of metal finishes. It means that children’s bathrooms can easily be changed as tastes develop and mature. And for hotels, the range finally provides the much longed-for versatility to respond to ever-changing demands of design and budget. For even greater flexibility, The Water Monopoly offers a bespoke colour creation service, so you could match your tiles or wallpaper…
Entirely manufactured in the UK by Perrin & Rowe, this groundbreaking fusion of colour, ceramics and metal is the concept of The Water Monopoly’s director, Justin Homewood. He wanted to give his clients absolute freedom in the choice of colour and the creation of mood, but also to design a range which transcends period and passing trends: “I wanted to be able to move away from convention by offering our clients the opportunity to indulge their creative spirit, and the flexibility to respond to its passing inclinations.”
About The Water Monopoly
Over the last 25 years, The Water Monopoly has built an international reputation for supplying some of the world’s most beautiful bathrooms. The showroom in Queens Park provides 5000sq ft. of space devoted to showcasing both one-off originals and the reproductions inspired by them. The constantly changing stock includes antique copper tubs, ceramic baths and basins, glamorous tri-fold mirrors, swan-neck taps and canopied shower units. Sitting side-by-side with the originals are faithful reproductions of fireclay tubs in stone and resin, and cast iron baths made from recycled brake discs, all of which are manufactured in the UK.
The Water Monopoly, 10-14 Lonsdale Road, London NW6 6RD. Tel: 00 44 (0)20 7624 2636
9am – 6pm Monday – Thursday
9am – 5pm Friday