C.P. Hart`s flagship showroom in London`s Waterloo recently introduced five bathroom collections into the UK, including three exclusive to the company. Joining the Décor and Regolo ranges from Artlinea, and the iSpa range from Gessi, CP. Hart also showcased The Wanders Collection, from Bisazza Bagno, created by Dutch designer Marcel [...]
Adding to its offer, CP Hart has introduced the Goccia brassware collection from Gessi. The collection comprises basin taps and showenweads and has been inspired by the fluid and natural shapes of water Goccia brassware comes in a choice of white, black and chrome finishes. Tavistock has launched the Desire [...]
Wouldn’t it be nice if the media made such a drama over bathroom trends for bathroom furniture, as they do over potential petrol strikes? That way, trends like wall-hung sanitaryware would already be first choice with consumers, not just a fast up-and- coming fashion! Converted consumers Although wall-hung hasn’t yet [...]
The Manchester Showroom of bathroom retailers C.P Hart was presented the Best Bathroom Retailer at the Northern Design Awards, held at the Lowry in Manchester Hosted by George Clarke of the Channel 4 programme Restoration Man, the Northern Design Awards “reinforce the region’s commitment to breathtaking design, cutting edge style [...]
School and local club teams have the chance to win a training day with the England rugby team, courtesy ofthe grassroots rugby campaign. All 50 teams have already won themselves an Ultimate Kit & Laundry Package, which includes 22 bespoke Samurai kits and a top-of-the-range AEG 9 series washing machine [...]
Following the acquisition of Colourwash Bathrooms, last year C.P Hart is now incorporating the company into its business. It has brought together the best of both businesses, combining C.P Hart’s choice of inspirational products with Colourwash’s affordable ranges and customer service. As part of this process, it has seen the [...]
So excited were we to hear of CP Hart’s first branded showroom launch in 10 years, we visited its Royal Tunbridge Wells branch before it had even opened. Although the displays were still under wraps, or dust sheets to be precise, we found out it was already in business.