New digs for English Tapware by Hecker Guthrie

English Tapware has collaborated with Melbourne-based interior design practice Hecker Guthrie for its new showroom in Armadale.

Inspired by an “Elle Decor UK” style, the showroom’s design features four-metre-high ceilings, and large white wooden window frames, and six domed skylights which floods the space with natural light.

The washed oak floors draw visitors in and also integrates with the display units. Carrara marble bench tops enhance the classic English modern look.

The English Tapware showroom is located 751 High Street Armadale in Melbourne.

englishtapware.com.au

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