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4 products for 4 rooms – bathing dining living cooking

November 16, 2010

I’m running a series of blog posts, each covering product recommendations. These are products I have usually specified for clients, so I know they work well. There will be 4 products for 4 different rooms.


On every bathroom we design we include a heated mirror pad, usually supplied by Demista.  The pads can be installed behind most mirrors and are available in a variety of sizes and add a touch of luxury to any bathroom – you will never have to wipe your mirror again after a hot shower.


The Rigby dining range from John Lewis offers a wide variety of options for any dining space.  We recently used it for a client who wanted a dining table with the option of including some bench seating for their 4 children.  This range offered them flexibility, they purchased bench seating that they will replace by chairs in the future.  The range also includes a sideboard and side tables, and is available in an oak finish.



The Somerset lamp from Ligne Roset adds a great fun element to any living room.  We recently combined this with formal furniture from B&B Italia to soften the mood of a client’s drawing-room.  Designed by Eric Jourdan to replicate milk churns of years ago the lights are available in 5 different sizes, from 315mm high up to 725mm.



The latest induction hob from Neff has great flexibility with 4 different cooking areas – including 2 that can be combined to make one large zone, ideal for large cooking pots or even for a fish kettle.  We installed this in a kitchen of a client who had always used gas but wanted to switch to induction, and she loves it – she extols the virtues of induction cooking so much I now want one in my own kitchen!

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