Bayswater is a brand of beautifully designed Victorian and Edwardian Style bathroom ranges including porcelain, brassware, furniture and fittings
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Bayswater displays are currently being installed in exclusive bathroom retailers across the UK. Contact us now if you want to be a displaying retailer.
A collection of beautifully crafted bathroom furniture. Traditionally designed and perfectly engineered.
Bayswater furniture is available in three Farrow & Ball colour options, Plummett (grey) – which is featured below, Stiffkey Blue and Pointing (white).
FITZROY LOW LEVEL PAN, CISTERN & SEAT
LEINSTER 1700MM DOUBLE ENDED FREE STANDING BATH
DECK MOUNTED BATH SHOWER MIXER
JULIET FLOOR MOUNTED TOWEL RAIL
600MM 2 DOOR CABINET & BASIN
All Bayswater thermostatic shower valves and taps are designed and made in Britain, tested and quality stamped in our own laboratory in the UK. Components are brass chrome plated and designed to have excellent flow rates, even at lower pressures using the latest 1⁄4 turn ceramic disc technology.
NELSON TRIPLE RADIATOR
GRAND RIGID RISER KIT
TRIPLE EXPOSED VALVE
BATHURST DOUBLE ENDED ACRYLIC BATH
RADIUS BATH SCREEN
Bayswater ceramics offer a full range of basins and WCs and include a new comfort height option for pans and pedestals for taller or less abled users. There are matching toilet seats including satin black for the Fitzroy and Porchester ranges, coming fitted with a soft close mechanism and with a quick release hinge.
The Great Exhibition of 1851 was held in Crystal Palace in Hyde Park and was a triumph of Victorian ingenuity that served to showcase the amazing inventions of the time. From the Christmas card to the flushing toilet, the Victorians were mothers of inventions. Bayswater products are both aesthetically and technically inspired by this historical period of innovation and development. And so we bring you the Bayswater range to sit alongside the numerous and varied inventions brought to us by the Victorians, in a modern and surreal version of the Great Exhibition of 1851.