Designer    Case Study 10 Jan 2018

Hever Castle sets the benchmark for the perfect British Imperial bathroom!

Dating back to the 13th century, Hever Castle was once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII and Mother of Elizabeth I. It formed the unlikely backdrop to a sequence of tumultuous events that changed the course of Britain’s history, monarchy and religion.

Its panelled rooms house fine furniture, tapestries, antiques and what is regarded as “one of the best collections of Tudor portraits after the National Portrait Gallery” by David Starkey.

For the client, wanting to use state of the art English potteries, Imperial was the right choice. The Westminster back-to-wall pan co-ordinates with Imperial’s classic basin stands, wall hung radiators and cast-iron baths. Traditional high-level toilets were also installed near the function rooms and, for a modern twist, basins with semi pedestals were used for the more contemporary renovations.

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