Twyford Bathrooms unveiled its new product range, the Energy Collection, at its new flagship showroom at the company’s Alsager HQ.
There are three sanitaryware and furniture ranges in the collection, e100, e200 and e500, plus two shower enclosure ranges, es200 and es400. Each of the ranges has been strategically developed to cater for different price points and design needs in the domestic and commercial market, from entry-level to mid-market.
The e500 is the mid-priced range designed to hit the market sweet spot for great design, quality and value. Design-wise, it reflects the latest trend for slim-rim washbasins, which are available in round or square designs. Complementary and versatile water-and-humidity-resistant furniture units are also available with e500, finished in high gloss white or grey. All toilets feature Flushwise water-saving technology and Rimfree comes as standard on the close-coupled option.
The e200 range recognises the growing need for space-saving designs and is packed full of clever features to bring bigger-bathroom benefits into compact spaces. Corner basins, short projection washbasins and integrated towel rails are just some of the features that make this range ideal for the smaller bathroom.
e100 has been designed and developed to provide all round style and quality at entry level prices. The versatile range includes washbasins in both round and square modern designs and an extended choice of toilet styles, adaptable to all applications to suit all sectors.
Completing the new Energy collection are the es200 and es400 shower enclosure ranges. es400 is the new, mid-market range of enclosures and bath screens complete with stylish and useful features and anti-limescale glass treatment as standard. The es200 is specially designed as an entry-level range of stylish and affordable enclosures.
Available from September, it is supported by an extensive suite of POS materials, designed and branded to reflect the fresh approach being adopted by Twyford as part of parent company Sanitec’s strategic plans to reboot the brand.