House of Rohl used its impressive 180sqm stand to showcase its latest product innovations from its four brands: Perrin & Rowe, Victoria + Albert Baths, Riobel and Shaws of Darwen. Visitors were also treated to cupcakes and a glass of fizz in honour of Shaws of Darwen’s 125 Year Anniversary.

Highlights included the first presentation of Riobel’s contemporary brassware brand to a UK audience and V+A Baths second colour collaboration with Wallpaper.

Victoria + Albert Baths collaborated with Wallpaper on three new colour palettes that add resolve and calm to any interior. Chosen by Wallpaper* editor-in-chief Sarah Douglas, the latest palettes represent three different architecture styles of the 20th century: Belgian Minimalism, Brazilian Modernism and American

Emma Joyce, brand manager at Victoria + Albert Baths, said: “We are thrilled to be announcing this new trio of colour palettes with Wallpaper*. Colour is now an integral part of the modern-day bathroom, adding exuberance and joy to a space. We believe paying homage to popular architectural styles through colour is the perfect way to reflect the way that bathroom design is headed, to more considered and conscious design.” 

The new colour palettes join over 200 existing RAL colours, which can be applied across any of Victoria + Albert Baths’ baths and basins, in a gloss or matt finish. The company says that its colour offering is continually growing due to strong demand for bespoke colour finishes and that these new tones will help consumers to create a bathroom to reflect their individual sense of style.

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Pictured above & top American Postmodern Palette comprising monochrome tones with pops of colour.

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