Contemporary interpretation: Rockwell collection by The Water Monopoly

London-based The Water Monopoly launched the Rockwell collection, which includes a bath, available with or without feet; cross head taps; levers; and shower fittings. The Rockwell line is available in a choice of four 50’s-inspired pastel tones including blue, green, grey and lilac, as well as a bright orange and red, a classic black, white and five metal finishes. The color options are interchangeable and can be mixed and matched. Made from Vitrite, a stone and mineral composite, the Rockwell bath is a contemporary interpretation of a French 1920s tub design.

The Water Monopoly was founded by Justin Homewood 25 years ago. Its showroom in Queens Park is devoted both to one-off originals and reproduction lines.


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