A fresh approach to bathroom design. Leaders in bathroom design, Crosswater Holdings has been welcomed by the specialist bathroom retailer market since it was established in 1998. Excelling with a vast, exciting and innovative product range has led us to become one of the most pioneering companies in the UK with three distinctive and prevailing brands: Crosswater, Simpsons and Bauhaus. Choose distinctive style and explore the next generation of bathroom brassware, furniture and shower enclosures that range from the simply elegant to the truly inspirational and extraordinary. We source the best designers and finest of materials to offer you the best in design, innovation and quality.
Beautifully Traditional Classically styled bathrooms - Why are Burlington taps so good? - There are four types of tap heads - Claremont, Anglesey, and Birkenhead - and each type of tap is available in two different heights. - Regent taps are 3cm higher than standard taps (and in the case of wall mounted taps 3cm further away from the wall) . By adding 'Regent' to the tap description you are specifying a tap that is 3cm higher. - All taps are manufactured from brass ingots and chrome plated to 0.3-0.4 micron - All tap indices, telephone handsets, divertors, bath pug indices and the overflow filler indice are made from ceramic - absolutely no plastic!
Avantgarde? Modern? Classic? Be inspired. You are free to develop your own personal taste by creating a bathroom ambience that expresses your own personality, turning your bathroom into a feel-good room. Whether you are renovating and want to replace your old bathroom taps or aiming to completely change the architecture of the bathroom. Why Hansgrohe bathroom taps? Because our innovative technologies are impressive. And the design fits your style
Lefroy Brooks is the manufacturer of classic British bathrooms. All taps are hand cast, hand forged, hand polished and hand assembled. Our luxury goods cover brassware, chinaware, baths and marble consoles produced in Massa Carrara. From our archives we have produced a historically referenced range of essential bathrooms. Our story spans the last century from the tap’s domestic origins in the late Victorian era through to the beginning of a new millennium. We begin in 1900 with our Edwardian turn of the century British range. Our curvaceous French range follows. The 1930s range encompasses the Art Deco period. Our glamorous 1940s range includes panels of hand applied black lacquer. In the 1950s we have the west coast streamlined style, evocative of the great American automobiles. Our definitive minimalist range, machined from solid stainless steel completes the century.