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About HKS - News - V&B Soho Sale

About HKS - News - V&B Soho Sale

16Jan
Paula Dillon

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Paula Dillon

Villeroy & Boch are offering 20% off all their Soho Products throughout January.  

The Villeroy and Boch Soho range of sanitary ware is one of the most popular choices available. Taking clean lines and a professional appearance as the basis of its design, Soho has now become one of their best sellers. It's competitive pricing, combined with pure clean lines, makes this a fabulous choice for your bathroom.

Innovated by Villeroy and Boch, the optional CeramicPlus treatment can be easily added to products in the Soho range. Its specially designed formula adds a protective sheen to the surface that actively repels dirt and staining for a longer, brighter appearance.

They also have a Soho range of porcelain tiles in natural, earthy tones that compliment their cabinets beautifully.

We have a range of Soho displays in our showrooms for your perusal or please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss this offer further.

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