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Kartell UK at The Bathroom Boutique

4 March 2019

Kartell Astley freestanding bath

Kartell UK Ltd was founded just over a decade ago in Bedford, soon becoming one of the most recognisable names in bathroom and heating fixtures across the country.

Recognised for their economy of design, Kartell products have a distinct look that manages to be both contemporary and effortlessly timeless.

Kartell bathrooms at the Bathroom Boutique

The complete Kartell UK range of bathroom fixtures and fittings are available to buy online from the Bathroom Boutique’s online store. Here are some of our favourites from their extensive range…


All Kartell UK toilets benefit from a compact design, with sleek and minimalist lines.

Available in a number of shapes and configurations, including back-to-wall and corner toilets for the more unusual bathroom layouts, we particularly enjoy their rectangular models like the Kartell Embrace range, available in both back-to-wall and cistern tank varieties.

Top Tips for Designing a Contemporary Bathroom

5 February 2019

Of all the rooms in the house, the bathroom is one that is often used the most and yet also one that is overlooked when it comes to decorating and renovating. Here at The Bathroom Boutique, we understand the important role a bathroom plays in our day-to-day lives and we feel that it should be shown the respect it deserves.

With that in mind, we present some top tips for designing a contemporary bathroom.

Keep it simple

While we want our bathrooms to look attractive and contemporary, never forget to place function ahead of form. Our range of showers, baths, basins and toilets are all designed to be practical as well as beautiful, and it’s important to keep that in mind.

Colours and shapes

Traditionally, bathrooms were designed with white tiles and fixtures cast in a neutral colour to add a somewhat muted accent to the room. These days, such restrictions are only there if you choose them to be. Bright and striking colours have as much of a place in the modern bathroom as creams and pastels. Why not go all-out and opt for black tiles and white fixtures (or vice versa) for a stunning, monochrome finish?