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Article Date: 22nd January 2018

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Wetroom Panels - Bath Screens - Victoriana Glass - Shower Cubicles

Roman - Victoriana Glass

International leading shower designer and manufacturer, Roman Limited, has launched their stunning Victoriana glass design collection.

Victoriana styled Bathrooms have strongly come back into fashion and Roman is delighted to launch their Victoriana glass design. This stylish period design coordinates beautifully with classic sanitaryware and tiles. The print is a white etch colour fired into the glass during the toughening process. This is launched on key Hinged Door, Wetroom Panel and Bath Screen products within our Decem range for the premium market and adds a sophisticated finishing touch to any period bathroom design.

Victoriana has been launched into Roman’s luxury 10mm Decem Collection, which stands at 2000mm high. The Victoriana option is available on Hinged Door for corner fitting or alcove fitting; Neo Angle Enclosure; Wetroom Panels; and also Bath Screens. Due to all the configuration options available it is suited to both small and large bathrooms with stylish space saving options and luxury spacious showering areas.

The design and introduction of the Victoriana Glass is for the increasingly popular period market and will add a stylish traditional look to the bathroom. The Victoriana is a very British design but is not only well-known and popular in the UK but also internationally.

David Osborne, Managing Director of Roman, commented: "Our collection of Victoriana glass was one of Roman’s early glass designs when the company first started in 1985. So we have brought the product back after 30 years – we have updated the design to be launched in 2018. We have re-introduced our Victoriana Collection into our product offering due to the ongoing trend of period styling in the home and the desire for a more traditional and vintage style look."

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