In 1861 Thomas Crapper started a plumbing and sanitary engineering business and quickly gained a reputation for high quality work. As the business grew he realised that there was a sizeable market for high quality bathrooms and toilets in addition to his services as a plumber. This led him to open the world’s very first bathroom showroom in 1870 to complement his plumbing services. Today they retain that same pride in the quality of product that Thomas himself set and now offer a wide range of exceptional bathroom products.
For over 150 years Thomas Crapper & Co. has been true to the ethos that if you buy the right quality you only have to buy once.
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Projects Featuring Thomas Crapper
Installed by Oakley Creations this stylish bathroom complimented the original features of this period property.
The matt black brassware, mirror, flush plate, heated towel rail and wall lights complement the original cast iron fireplace bringing the whole scheme together.
The long and thin room fits the freestanding bath down one end perfectly whilst still allowing good access to the toilet and basin area. This is helped by the curvy shape of the bath (when compared to a rectangular one) which is made of a strong mineral resin material which also has good insulating properties too.
The wall hung toilet has some tiled boxing behind to hide the cistern and frame. And the wall mounted basin with vanity unit also allows for more of the floor to be exposed giving the illusion of a larger room and making it easy to clean.
The subtle wall lights either side of the mirror and above the bath are not only bang on trend but also give a relaxing tone to the room and highlight the ceiling beam which adds character.
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.