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Should help not hiding your storage interface panel. " go bath-salts ham " - WretchedOwl. User Info: captaineckbeard. captaineckbeard 2 years ago #7. Jayblicious posted I have a round room with four T tunnels on each exit area, and I capped each of the two ends of the Ts with storage cubes. Fits together tightly, looks kind of neat, and
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Croydex Gloss White Storage Side Bath Panel. Fantastic product. Hi was specifically looking for a storage bath panel to make use of the wasted space under the bath when after much searching I came across this one.
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The Croydex Unfold 'N' Fit White Bath Panel with Lockable Storage proves that there is still some engineering genius in the UK. Everyone who has seen this panel on our bath, including plumbers and other tradesmen as well as family and friends, marvels at it's design.
Bath panels allow you more freedom to customise the look of your bathroom. They are available for the Pool, Comfort, MyPlan and Euro range of baths to ensure you can easily find a perfect match for your choice of bath. Available in variety of functional materials.
Certainly, there is a bath panel to match most of our bathroom furniture UK ranges plus we stock the clever bath panels with storage if you’re short of room in the bathroom for a separate unit. For a traditional finish check out our tongue and groove bath panel selection.
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