Oct 13, 2012

BlogTour London Sponsor: Samuel Heath at Chelsea Harbour

Birmingham-based bathroom fixture company, Samuel Heath, was a great first stop on our visit to the Chelsea Harbour  - Design Centre on our BlogTour London tour with Modenus.

Samuel Heath showroom in the Design Centre @ Chelsea Harbour


Samuel Heath, founded in 1820 with it's first plant in Birmingham beginnings were as a traditional brass founder and now is a long standing brand known for luxury bathroom fittings and architectural hardware, having been able to survive and thrive for nearly 200 years!

Every element in the varying collections, are based and formed from highest quality of European brass, hand polished and chrome-plated which can made up of 34 individual processes. It's not just a 1-2-3 kind of deal at all, and so much attention goes into each detail, with the last touch being that by hand.Having the chance to visit, touch and feel the finishes really makes a difference, but take it from me, they are all really elegant. 







Some fun statistics, which just go to show you how every brand tries to play to it's strengths but also has to reach out to so many different styles and cultures...


The Chrome finish is the best seller in UK and in Europe whereas in the United States, Polished Nickel has stayed at #1

Samuel Heath: Polished Nickel & Chrome finishes
(Collections: Georgian Faucet, Freestanding soap holder - L64Bathroom thumb turn, P8178T )

with the Fairfield collection as one of the Best Sellers....





The intimate team framework at Samuel Heath review trends and continue to inspire with new collections of beautifully crafted bathroom fittings, like they have with the widely acclaimed Art Deco new product launch of "Style Moderne".

Samuel Heath: "Style Moderne" Art Decor inspired inspired collection


So please visit the Samuel Heath site or if you are in London, head over to Chelsea Harbour and check out their new showroom!
Stay tuned for much more from my BlogTour London continued posts.. and for some other Weekend reading

Check out this post on the "Where Do Faucets Come From?" - a great read via Samuel Heath & Modenus.




Thanks again to all the BlogTour London Sponsors:




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