Mark Foster / Copywriter

Envy.
In the right hands, Envy is not a sin. It’s a revelation.
Achingly cool and determinedly unfussy, Envy brings Manhattan loft chic to … wherever it is installed.
Offering a wall mounted wash station and co-ordinating storage unit, Envy comes in a range of modern finishes, such as striking anthracite. Definitely something your neighbours will covet.

Kato
With its quiet authority, Kato adds distinction to any bathroom.
Chamfered detailing offers a different slant on a classic design in this freestanding washstand. Its solid frame and chunky good looks exude a solid permanence.
A choice of three finishes (high gloss white, contemporary walnut and light oak) allows it to blend in seamlessly with any existing style.

New England.
Lines so clean you’ll think the maid has been.
The uncluttered Shaker-look takes bathrooms to a quiet new dimension, with New England’s understated simplicity.
Choose from stand alone units or a sleek fitted installation, in oak, beech or high gloss white. Quilts not provided.

Contact
Make Contact with simplicity and practicality.
Furniture so minimalist it doesn’t even have handles. Instead, Contact’s drawers and doors open (and close) as if by magic with a gentle prod.
Contact combines capacious ‘hide everything’ interiors, with high-end design and practicality. It
is big and it is clever.

Pod
In another life, Pod would be strutting its stuff on the cat-walk.
High fashion hits the bathroom – and makes a real splash. These high gloss units make a striking modern statement that can’t help but be noticed.
With dab open doors and drawers, rounded corners for a softer look and metal effect edge banding, this is Bond Street furniture with a High Street price tag.