We can supply bathroom fixtures to all budgets but this is incredible to think that some people will pay so much for a bathroom. So prepare to be shocked with these luxurious products that are available on the market.
The loo: It may not be solid gold, but it certainly breaks the bank. It’s called the Neorest 600 and it costs £4000. Or alternatively, you can pick one up in the sale for £3000. So what makes this porcelain fixture, king?
It is produced by bathroom manufacturer Toto: it doesn’t need a tank, and is a one-piece toilet that has a brain. One of the features it has is it’s eco-friendly low-flow system. It conserves water by removing 1.6 gallons of water only each flush.
As you walk up to it, the Neorest senses your approach and lifts its lid up for your perched behind. After business is seen too, a gentle splash of warm water washes your behind and then air-dried. The previous art of flushing is removed from your responsibility too: the toilet flushes itself and deodorizes the surrounding air.
The shower: Introducing Idrolux’s ‘L’ shower. Standard retail price tag: £10000. It is a freestanding shower with UV panels which make your body seem like it has a healthy glow. Combine this with Kohler’s Kallista Archeo bathtub. It is also a freestanding feature, made up of copper and can be bought with the sum of £45000.
The basin: Italbrass Mezz’aria have a gorgeous sink fetching for £5,500. A floating sink, it is made of stainless steel. It will reflect nicely your UV shower too!
All of these fixtures would total nearly £75000. Your bathroom would cost the sum of some people’s homes, but it would look marvellous and you probably would not need any other rooms, as you’ll be living in it.