Bert & May introduces bathrooms and kitchens

17 May, 16

Collaboration with Red Deer Architects and Studio Ore

Lifestyle brand Bert & May has introduced a range of architectural, handleless kitchens, in collaboration with Red Deer Architects, plus concrete bathroom basins and brassware by Sussex-based Studio Ore.

Designed in London and made in Yorkshire, the kitchen collection features three styles, all of which are based on simplistic forms using natural materials that patina with age.

The carcasses are made from birch-faced ply and are finished in a choice of birch-faced ply in a choice of 55 Bert & May paint colour washes, brushed brass or reclaimed timber which can be raw, waxed or painted.

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In addition, interior designers can choose from worktops made from polished cast concrete, in a choice of earthy tones, or marble.

For the bathroom Bert & May offers a choice of two cast concrete basins The Rho and The Sienna, which comes in 12 sizes and in a choice of 28 colours.

Made to order in Nottingham, the basins can be mounted as countertop models or teamed with a cast concrete or marble shelf.

Completing the kitchen and bathroom portfolio is a collection of taps and showers, made from handpolished brass that has deliberately been left unlacquered, so the pieces will patina.

The brassware includes wall and deck-mounted basin mixers and bath fillers, with a lever or ‘dial’ handle, a thermostatic mixer, plus a wall or ceiling-mounted overhead shower in 4, 5 and 8”.