With Bathroom Butler, a bathroom is no longer just a bath, basin, toilet and tiles; and homeowners are beginning to understand the importance of acquiring the right accessories and heated towel-rails as perfect additions.
April 11th, 2017
Bathroom Butler is a leading manufacturer of bathroom accessories and heated towel-rails. Bathroom Butler is progressively changing the way homeowners perceive their bathrooms with the appliances and accessories they choose to install. Bathroom Butler is the home of quality, stylish, hygienic and on-trend companions for every type of bathroom.
Available in different collections, the Bathroom Butler heated towel-rails not only add to a bathroom’s aesthetic elegance but more importantly keep towels dry, fresh and hygienically clean as they alleviate the chance for bacterial growth commonly associated with wet towels. The rails also provide a stunning space solution.
While Bathroom Butler cares about your hygiene, they also ensure that your bathroom is kitted out with accessories that remain on-trend! Rose gold is a global trend that has dominated lifestyle and décor publications for well over a year. Beautiful accessories continue to adorn shop fronts and you can find anything from jewellery and cutlery to spray paint and planters in this exquisite finish. Bathroom Butler is thrilled to bring home owners its own rose gold range consisting of a variety of meticulously crafted items, including towel rails, toilet brush holders, towel holders and toilet papers stands. All the rose gold accessories are available in polished finishes that will bring any bathroom right on-trend.
Bathroom Butler’s bathroom accessory range and heated towel-rails are made from quality Grade 304 Stainless Steel which is eco-friendly plus 100% recyclable. A variety of finishes are available.
Stockists for Bathroom Butler in Australia can be found at Bathe.
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