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Bathrooms April showers

Taking its inspiration from the Belle Epoque era, Showerpipe from the Axor Montreux bathroom collection features a 24cm fixed overhead shower and a hand shower with two spray intensities – normal and soft. Available in a brushed or polished nickel, or chrome finish, the shower features white ceramic detail and thermostatic controls. Minimum 3 bar pressure. From £1,890

Dual from Aqualisa sports thermostatic controls, an adjustable drencher head and a height adjustable hand shower. Finished in chrome it operates on minimum 1 bar pressure. Prepare for a soaking. Dual retails at £643

The hexagonal design on the Eccelsa shower and hand shower was first introduced at the end of the 1920s by Rubinetterie Stella, the oldest tap manufacturer in Italy. It is available through the Grand Tour Collection and comes in various finishes including gold, silver, chrome, nickel and, as shown here, protected brass. Minimum 1.5 bar pressure. This version costs £2,717

Available in antique gold, chrome, pewter and nickel finishes, the Traditional Bath and Shower Mixer from Perrin & Rowe features a crosshead or lever tap, and is floor mounted. It requires a minimum .5 bar pressure and costs from £1,088

This bar valve shower from Roman boasts a five-mode hand shower, a 20cm fixed drench head and user-friendly cross handles, as well as a height adjustable riser rail. It requires a minimum 1 bar pressure and costs £650 | Traditional Homes

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Traditional Homes & Interiors Magazine April 2013  
Traditional Homes & Interiors Magazine April 2013