Bette is a German, family-run business who have been producing premium architectural bathroom components from steel-titanium alloy with purely natural materials since 1952.
Their thermoforming process allows them to create flowing shapes with craftsmanship and precision. Bette products are one-of-a-kind, with a broad range of colours and dimensions to create an inspiring space in every bathroom design.
Famous for their baths they now offer a wide range of shower trays and basins in the same robust enamelled steel. Available in a multitude of sizes, colours and anti slip textures.
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Projects Featuring Bette
Sydney Road, Bath
A very interesting project in collaboration with Charlotte Langley Interior design. This grade listed Georgian property had a previous life as office space but has been painstakingly converted back into this residential grand mansion. The 7 bathrooms ranged from cloakrooms, bathrooms and wetrooms to the jewel in the piece which was the spacious Master En-suite. This room had a luxurious bespoke double basin, bespoke double entry wetroom shower and built in bath, all clad in a stunning natural marble. The sizeable space had plenty of room left for an extensive run of wardrobes for the ultimate in opulence.
This stylish project uses some quality natural materials to give a stunning finish. The spa like bath has been built into wall to wall boxing with a practical step all clad in a stunning marble. The wetroom floor has been formed out of the beautiful marble with draining grooves allowing the water to be channelled away. The shelf between the double basins allows for useful worktop space for your day to day hygiene products.
Northend, Bath, Housing Development
A mid range housing development with 3-4 cloakrooms/bathrooms per plot. A bespoke double basin unit was used for the master en-suites due to certain size requirements. The fitted funiture was a cost effective way of hiding pipework and giving practical storage space. LED light ribbons were added to the furniture plinths for a stunning aesthetic. The furniture worktops were a solid surface material that is waterproof and robust whilst the made to order sizes reduced installation time as no cutting was required.
Granville Road, Bath, Housing Development
A mid-high end housing development/new builds in Bath with 4-5 bathrooms per plot. Beautiful detached new builds with a small downstairs cloakroom and a range of elegant en-suites and a bathroom. Tiled boxing is a easy solution that helps to hide the toilet frame and pipework. Additional mood lighting was added underneath the furniture to give a relaxing atmosphere.
Lansdown Ridge, Bath, Housing Development
This high end new build housing development had 3-5 bathrooms per plot. The fitted furniture was preferred to conceal the pipework whilst giving practical storage. Adding small lights to the furniture plinth and bath panel can add a glamorous appearance.
With the most spectacular views in Bath, Landsdown ridge is an extremely prestigious development. The specification on the build is very high and most of the houses in the development were pre-sold before they were even built.
The thorough methods of the bathroom fitter employed by the developers on this installation made working with the clients a dream. The products for the unsold houses were selected for their durability and general aesthetic appeal whilst each of the clients that had purchased before the building commenced had the opportunity to customise their bathrooms.
Housing Development, Tyning Road, Bathampton
A perfect example of a mid-high end new build housing development of plots with 4-5 bathrooms. The large double basin and wall hung vanity unit in the master en-suite gives the feeling of opulence. The ready assembled fitted furniture used in the other bathrooms helps hide the pipework and adds also ticks the box for the requirement for much needed storage with our modern day lifestyles.
The lighting under the furniture gives subtle mood lighting which can be extremely useful when using the room in the night or when winding down in the bathtub.
Belcombe Place, Bradford-on-Avon
This bathroom has a dazzling appearance when you walk into the room that is mainly due to the perfect use of mood lighting. The waterproof LED lights have been used to great affect around the bottom of the bath, under the wall mounted vanity unit and in the shower recess boxes which all face downwards (meaning you can’t see the light source) and gives a high quality finish to the room.
The illuminated mirror also has the same backlit style which continues the theme and also has a contactless sensor switch and demister pad to make sure it is steam free.
The wall hung toilet has the frame and cistern hidden in some tiled boxing directly behind it keeping the room contemporary and minimal. What would be wasted space above the toilet boxing has been converted into storage with a mirror cabinet.
The wetroom shower area has a larger fixed glass panel and to reduce the water splashing out it has a smaller hinged glass panel that can be rotated as required. The shower valve is at the entrance so that it can be turned on without a shocking splash of cold water. As well as practical shower handset they have a luxurious drench head with both rainfall and waterfall function.