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17th May 2013
Simpsons adds luxury to the bathroom with Lux Elements
Simpsons has responded to the fast growing demand for wetrooms in the home by bringing the expertise of Lux Elements, a name synonymous with the best in wetroom design for over 20 years, to the consumer market.
Manufactured to the highest environmental standards in Germany, Lux Elements is already one of the first choices in UK commercial wetroom environments. The easy-to-fit systems mean that both retailers and installers can offer wetrooms to the consumer market with confidence.
The comprehensive range of wetroom kits offered by Simpsons provides for both level access and step-up situations and contain everything necessary for a watertight solution on both timber and concrete floors. A complete range of installation accessories, including flooring, wall panels and shower screens are available.
All Lux Elements products are manufactured from the highest quality structural hard foam which is water resistant, has high thermal qualities and a special mortar coating with glass fibre reinforcement.
Wetrooms enable the homeowner to be less restricted by the need for shower screening and make accessibility generally straightforward. They achieve a contemporary look that people like and have become familiar with in hotels while allowing greater creativity in bathroom design. Modern wetrooms are designed to be installed anywhere and are perfect for small spaces because the entire room can be transformed into a shower space.
Together, Lux Elements and Simpsons provide a full range of wetroom and shower enclosure solutions while Crosswater and Bauhaus, their sister brands, offer the very latest in brassware design along with a vast range of basins, sanitaryware and bathroom furniture.
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Picture shows: Simpsons has responded to the fast growing demand for wetrooms in the home by bringing the expertise of Lux Elements�, a name synonymous with the best in wetroom design for over 20 years, to the consumer market.
8th January 2010