New FloBar Collection by Vogue (UK) | 2 designs, 4 styles!

    The UK’s largest designer and manufacturer of luxury radiators and towel warmers, Vogue (UK), change the face of heating design in the contemporary bathroom with the launch of FloBar: a new collection of towel bars, designed with a concealed heating system and available in two bar designs, four joint styles and a premium range of finishes.

    Launched in tandem with the company’s own dedicated FloBar website → www.flo-bar.co.uk, the new FloBar Collection by Vogue (UK) is designed with today’s high-performance bathroom and luxury-seeking consumers in mind. Made in Britain from high quality brass and stainless steel, each model within the collection provides the flexibility to ‘make it your own’ all thanks to the patented FloBar System, which is 100% concealed with flush-mounted temperature controls.

    All FloBar plumbing is completely hidden from view within the bathroom wall, making the heated FloBars the primary design feature. Available in two bar formats, FloBar Flux (as pictured) and FloBar Form, each model can be configured to suit the individual in a freestyle or ordered arrangement, on its own, in a pair or up to a series of 5. You can even opt for FloBar in the same or opposing format, style and finish!

    The FloBar heating kit by Vogue (UK) includes every component you need to connect your choice of FloBar to your home’s heating system, including the manifolds required to direct the water around the towel bars. Vogue offer 2, 3, 4 and 5 bar FloBar kits and when purchasing a combination of two, an in-line connection kit is also required per pair.

    Designed to accommodate open or closed systems, the new FloBar Collection can also be linked to a hot water system via a timed secondary pump, so you can have warm and dry towels any time! Choose from:

    •  FloBar Form is a classic heated towel bar design with connections at each end and it can be specified in either a 500mm or 600mm width, with the option to include two to five FloBar kits. Form is available with four different joint styles – Standard, Mitre, Ball Joint and Flat – in a range of luxe finishes including Brushed Copper, Brushed Stainless, Antique Copper and Brushed Nickel.

    •  FloBar Flux (as pictured) is a contemporary model with open-end design and side connections, so that towels can slide on and off the FloBar with ease. Flux is available in either a 550mm or 650mm and can also be designed using two to five FloBars. Flux can be specified in Brushed Brass, Polished Chrome, Polished Brass and Brushed Copper and is available in four different joint styles – Original, Mitre, Ball Joint and Flat.

    “With property experts indicating that house prices will continue to rise in 2022, home improvement is set to be increasingly important due to the shortage of family homes on the market and need to improve existing homes. Personalisation in interiors is therefore fundamental moving forwards and creative products like Flobar, is the ideal solution for homeowners that appreciate traditional craftsmanship, coupled with the latest technology” says Steve Birch, Sales Director at Vogue (UK).

    The simple installation is ideal for first fix bathrooms and the exclusive FloBar valve offers full temperature control as concealed flexible barrier pipes ensure safe, smooth water flow behind the scenes. Prices start from £767 including vat, based on a FloBar kit with two bars and the pictured FloBar Flux Flat arrangement with five bars in Brushed Brass is priced at £2,078 including vat.

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