Bathroom manufacturer Geberit has teamed up with interior experts TV presenter Sophie Robinson and author and journalist Kate Watson-Smyth for a style challenge to inspire consumers.
They have been challenged to stamp their signature spin on a bathroom to encourage homeowners to inject personality into their own washrooms, ensuites and cloakrooms.
Both interior specialists have used the brand’s Acanto bathroom collection in black, the AquaClean Mera shower toilet and flush plates.
Renown for her colour revolution ethos, Sophie Robinson’s “Colour Pop” creation showcases a bright and bold bathroom using contrasting colours and fun finishing touches.
Kate Watson-Smyth champions a “Pretty in Pink (and Yellow)” look with an eclectic mix of soft shapes against a pastel palette.
Consumer marketing manager at Geberit Holly Aspinall said: “We’re incredibly excited to be teaming up with two of the UK’s most high-profile interiors experts, Sophie Robinson and Kate Watson-Smyth on our ‘Inspiring Interiors’ challenge.
“Together, we want to prove that bathrooms shouldn’t just be functional – they should be beautiful, too!
Both Sophie and Kate have stamped their own unmistakable style on a Geberit bathroom, the results of which are simply stunning.
“We hope the campaign will offer homeowners a host of design ideas and inspiration, demonstrating that anyone can create the bathroom of their dreams regardless of their style or space available.”
The campaign follows Geberit’s sponsorship of the Great Indoors podcast, fronted by Robinson and Watson-Smyth, where they discuss, debate and guide listeners through top trends and hot topics.
Geberit teamed up with TV personality, actor and comedian Richard Blackwood, last year, to appear in its Aquaclean advertising campaign.