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Blogtour NYC – Sponsor – Samuel Heath

February 27th, 2012 | Posted by deardesigner in Events

Only three weeks until Blogtour NYC and the excitment is mounting…but should you need any reminding about the facts of this trip you can read my previous post here.

I have already mentioned some of the sponsors by name, but some of them deserve a very special mention so I’m going to kick off a little mini serious with a post dedicated to Samuel Heath.

Established in 1820, brassware manufacturer Samuel Heath is internationally renowned for creating beautiful bathroom fittings including faucets, showers and accessories, as well as a range of architectural hardware.

A very British company and a favourite with interior designers for private residences, high-end hotels, luxury spas and yacht interiors worldwide.  The company also offers a comprehensive design service to provide support for interior designers, architects and developers on specification projects, as well as some bespoke services including etching and finishing.

All products are carefully crafted from the purest solid brass, hand-polished and plated in up to 34 individual processes.  All are designed to offer stunning quality and enduring longevity to deliver a lasting investment to any interior project.  They are also, in my eye, very, very sexy.

The Samuel Heath showroom is at Design Centre Chelsea Harbour.

Other Blogtour NYC sponsors include: Miele, Rotsen Furniture, Scholtes, Duverre, MMPI (organisers of AD show 2012), Blanco America, Poggenpohl Kitchens, Spirit of Sports, Victoria and Albert Baths, Jenn Air, Big Ass Fans, Modern Aire, Mix Magazine.

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