Burlington is a premium brand dealing in vintage bathroom products with superb designs. Made with quality and class in mind, their range of bathroom products is impressive, offering connoisseurs almost every bathroom element required, from sanitaryware, shower kits, brassware, accessories and more.
Burlington seeks to bring alive the period beauty that highlighted British design from the 1800s to the 1900s, strongly stating that to ensure the best products, they continue to follow the tried and tested patterns of manufacturing, without diluting them for any reason, ensuring that customers get an authentic period bathroom product to complete their vintage decor themes.
Burlington’s motto is to give customers “Yesterday’s design, with today’s technology”.
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Projects Featuring Burlington
Hotel, Wells Rd, Bath
This 19th Century building had a complete refurbishment to create a luxury boutique bed and breakfast hotel near the town center in beautiful Bath.
They used classic styled products inspired by the Edwardian & Victorian eras in keeping with the property. One of the deluxe rooms had a roll top bath in the bedroom for touch of opulence. Another room also had a very unique shower with the back wall being a bespoke piece of glass that looked into the corner of the bedroom which was very useful at letting in natural light.
To cater for all clients we also supplied the goods for a Inclusive design (mobility adapted) wetroom which had two basins set at different heights and some stylish grab bars.
The pretty patterned floor tiles add some interest and the classic carrara marble effect wall tiles make the room feel light and a airy.
Wellington Buildings, Bath
These traditional styled rooms were installed by the team at Aquabathrooms. In the cloakroom they have made a feature of the wall mounted basin pipework by using a matching chrome finish. The striking red painted tongue and groove wall panelling adds to the look and nicely ties the theme together with the matching red high level toilet cistern. As well as the red accent colour they have nicely matched the oak floor with the solid oak throne toilet seat.
The other larger shower room has a one piece under mounted basin and worktop which means it is far more easy to clean and hygienic. There is also a floorstanding vanity unit below for storing away those unsightly spare toilet rolls and bleach. The painted tongue and groove wall panelling looks splendid with the matching low level toilet cistern and toilet seat.
Lymore Av, Bath
This traditional styled bathroom has a basin with floorstanding vanity unit to help keep the room clutter free. Finished in the attractive olive colour it nicely matches the seat in the closed coupled toilet.
The freestanding roll top bath has matching taps to the basin to help tie these items together and give a harmonious look and resulting in a relaxing feel to the room. The walls only need to be half height tiled as there is no shower to worry about.
Expertly installed by the team at Aquabathrooms.
Bath Road, Saltford
The striking main feature of this project is the freestanding bath which stands pride of place in front of the large sash window and in main view when you walk into the room. Its white colour stands out proud in contrast to the dark painted walls and the industrial style grey tiles. This room can take the striking darker shades due to large amount of daylight let in by the tall window.
One tall column radiator has been used to the left of the window to supply heating to the large room whereas a smaller ladder style heated towel rail to the right of the window is used for drying the towels.
The large 1200mm wide basin gives the feeling of opulence and the large areas either side of the bowl allow for practical surfaces to rest toiletries. The basin is resting on a chrome stand which can offer support of the basin weight and also provide a hanging space for a hand towel. It also helps to create the feeling of more room space as the frame is minimal and reflective allowing for more of the wall and floor to be seen.
Distinct colour changing LED mood lighting has been used in the shower recess boxes and around the toilet boxing to give this room the wow factor.
Installed by the skilled team at You Love Bathrooms
Northampton St, Bath
The pipework behind the toilet and basin has been cleverly hidden in some tiled half height boxing. This also creates a handy shelf running the full length of the room. Another advantage with this boxing is that the mirror cabinet no longer protrudes over the basin so there is no risk of hitting your head.
The floorstanding vanity unit under the basin and the mirror cabinet give maximum storage for all your toiletries, spare loo roll and bleach.
The shower enclosure has a infold door which is a smart solution where the door opens half in and half out reducing the chance of the glass colliding with the wooden door into the room. The shower head has been mounted flush into the ceiling to allow for more head room.
A bright colour scheme has been carried through this room with the white freestanding bath with white bath feet, the matt white vanity furntiure and mirror cabinet, the white toilet seat and the white brick style tiles. The walls have been painted in a subtle pastel shade to give a clean and fresh looking traditional bathroom.
Installed by the skilled Roger from Artizan Bathrooms