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If you like your sanitaryware Trappist try Benedini Associati’s Memory bathroom range for Verona manufacturer Agape. Also available in chrome, PIP favours its brass taps’ brushed burnished finish, which offer self-flagellatory luxury worthy of the Bishop of Bath & Wells circa 1400. It even has ‘characteristic cross-shaped handles’ for extra indulgences. Liquid Design in cathedral-free Northampton is one of the first in the UK to offer this to a secular world.

 

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