Burlington have recently through a huge change in products manufactured and supplied to the UK, our most popular items however are still the C1 which fits either the low level and close coupled pans, the complete Burlington Close Coupled toilet is our best selling toilet but they also supply unusual items such as the Burlington back to wall pan and C28s cistern (suitable for high level toilets)
About Eastbrook bathrooms
The Eastbrook range includes a phenomenal number of unique and exclusive range of bathroom products. We aim to have the right product for any bathroom and cloakroom shape to allow your customers to maximise their space and budgetary requirements.
We offer full technical backup for all customers, supported by large stocks and a dedicated single depot delivery service throughout the UK. This is to ensure that all customers receive the best service from conception to completion.
We can supply most Eastbrook bathrooms items in just 2-3 working days.
They have a very useful help and technical line 01452 317 890 or if you have any sales enquiries email us email@example.com
Our Eastbrook bathrooms range:
Making Monochrome Work for You
With the world still hooked on black and white bathrooms, there’s no better time to make the monochrome trend your own.
This neutral colour palette adds character to stark and sterile spaces, giving you an end result that’s sophisticated and bespoke. It isn’t dictated by size or budget, which is why it works so well in en-suites and wet rooms.
Our pick of monochrome products can be mixed and matched to help you inject little touches of luxury into your space. Here’s how you can use them to bring personality to your home.
All brought to us by Frontline Bathrooms.
Add interest to all-white areas
The great thing about monochrome is it never goes out of date or style. This timeless colour combo means creating a bold and dynamic look can be achieved by just being creative with everyday items.
Add interest to enclosures, toilets and vanities with cool brassware. Quirky black accessories like basin taps, shower packs and black flush plates are an eye-catching way to break up all-white areas.
Shape and mould your space
When large bathrooms start to feel sparse, adding black accessories will conceal excess space and draw attention to different parts of the room. Contrasting enclosures like the Black L-Shaped Walk-In, slate shower trays and statement radiators all bring structure to bare walls and corners.
On the other hand, you can create the illusion of space with white tiles in light-reflective materials like glazed ceramic and porcelain. The golden rule to remember is: white reflects, black absorbs.
Create a centre stage washing area
Monochrome doesn’t have to mean chequered floors. If you’re looking for something different, a black and white freestanding bath creates a luxury washing space worthy of a boutique hotel.
Matt black fixtures against white baths create a striking juxtaposition. Our freestanding Vibe Tap against our Graphite Bath shows how you can layer the colours for all-out drama.
Don’t forget, monochrome style also doesn’t have to mean black and white. Soften this trend to your taste with dark grey hues and cosy creams.
Why choose bathroom wetwall panelling
Whether you opt for Wetwall, Nuance or Mermaid, Bathroom wall panelling is becoming more and more popular. Primarily used in shower enclosures as the panels are waterproof and designed to cope with everyday showering.
Grout free, the ease of maintenance with all our bathroom wall panels is undoubtedly one of the main reasons why (for instance) Nuance wall panelling is becoming a must have product in any new or renovated bathroom.
Bathroom wall panelling can be used all around your bathroom or also with tiles, In fact in the main, we supply our panels to go with tiles, Gone are the days where you would choose a border tile to break up the colour scheme in your bathroom, now you can choose a tile to go with a contrasting shower panel colour, With so many decors to choose from you can colour co-ordinate your bathroom to come to fruition.
Pricing is another obvious topic of conversation and while you can obviously pick up cheaper tiles than most Wetwall, Nuance or Mermaid panels I always inform our customers that compared to an averagely priced tile you may still pay a little more on the panels (per square meter area) However that cost is more than covered by the amount you will save on labour as the panels are fitted in less than half the time it would take a tiler to tile the same area.
In conclusion, bathroom wall panelling is practically maintenance free, waterproof, high quality, easy to fit and without doubt looks great.
Bathroom Doc M Pack Information
Doc M packs can be used in a variety of commercial and occasionally domestic installation.
They include toilet, basin, grab bars and taps which all comply with Doc M regulations.
Please see this link to the government doc m information – CLICK HERE.
Our doc m packs are available in a variety of styles such as close coupled and low level and are also available with chrome, blue and white rails and seat.
Please CLICK HERE for our DOC M pack options.
How to clean bathroom taps, showers and brassware ie
Brass, Chrome, Aluminium, and Stainless Steel fittings
Clean all chrome surfaces immediately after use to stop a build-up of dirt
and harmful limescale on your product.
Clean with a warm weak neutral washing up solution, rinse immediately
with clean water and dry with a clean soft cloth.
The occasional use of a mild non abrasive bathroom limescale remover
can be used, ensure to rinse off immediately with plenty of clean cold
water. To remove a build-up of lime scale, we recommend to use a white
You should not…
Use products that contain abrasive chemicals to clean your
brassware. This may cause the materials to corrode which inevitably will
void the warranty on the product.
If you would like further advise on the recommended cleaning products to use, please contact our customer service team on 01246 550199.
It should also be mentioned that purchasing a higher quality tap will vastly reduce the likely hood of corrosion or developing a fault, we recommend the Flova brassware range as they include a 10 YEAR manufacturers warranty.
Is wetwall better than tiles? Its a question we get asked on a regular basis.
Wet wall has become more and more popular in the last few years, and installing wet wall as an alternative to tiles can often be the ideal and favourable option.
Mermaid, Wetwall and Nuance, panels are fully waterproof and can be used around baths, showers and basins.
They come in variety of sizes and can be cut to your specific needs, are easy to install and do not need to be grouted, making them easy to maintain and keep looking as good as new.
Wetwall panels are made from various wooden materials usually either MDF or Plywood treated to be completely waterproof usually coming in sizes such as 600mm tongue and groove, 900mm, 1000mm and 1200mm but can be cut to any size and be as tall as your bathroom requires.
Wet wall provides a modern seamless finish that is easy to keep clean due to the lack of grouting required, making them more hygienic and stain resistant.
Their versatility means they are suitable for use in different areas of your bathroom, such as the shower enclosure, behind the sink or around the bath.
You can install panels throughout your entire bathroom or just specific sections. You can even panel your ceiling, ideal in wet rooms or particularly splashy households.
Tiles, on the other hand, may be a more suitable choice if your bathroom suite has a traditional or period design.
They can require more regular maintenance than shower walls, as grout can harbour mildew and mould.
That said, wet wall panels are much easier and cheaper to replace than tiles, as well as being less effort and time consuming to install.
This makes installing wet wall panels a great way to update and change the entire look of your bathroom suite.
The answer can often come down to personal choice, the rest of the look of your suite and the amount of money and effort you are willing to put into decorating your bathroom, there is no real right or wrong answer. Wet wall or tiles, the choice is yours.