Luxurious design options: Pembroke collection from Meneghello Paolelli Associati and Victoria + Albert

Victoria + Albert introduced a new bathtub-and-basin duo known as the Pembroke collection. Named in honor of the birthplace of England’s first Tudor king, this transitional line is said to evoke a sense of regal elegance and refined luxury. Both pieces were created in partnership with Italian design powerhouse Meneghello Paolelli Associati.

The Pembroke is a freestanding bath with a silhouette that lightens towards the base, adding a roundness that brings a softness to the room. Measuring 69-1/2" x 31-3/8" x 22-3/4", the tub is deep and dual-ended, providing space for one or two bathers. It is available in seven exterior finishes, including gloss black, matte black, matte white, stone gray, light gray and anthracite.

A partner for this tub is the Pembroke 52 basin. With an internal overflow, this sink has a special rim design that allows an undermount or drop-in installation. It measures 20-1/8" x 13- 7/8" x 6-7/8"”.

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As with all Victoria + Albert designs, the Pembroke collection is made from EnglishCast, a one-piece casting of a proprietary blend of Volcanic Limestone and resins that is harder and more durable than acrylic. Each piece is finished to an easy-to-clean high-gloss shine and is covered by a 25-year warranty.

Photo credit: Victoria + Albert

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