'Kenneth Cheesman for Pilkington Bros. Ltd - The Bath Room', 1940. Decorated almost entirely in 'Vitrolite' and 'Vitroflex' or some other form of glass - ivory and white with skirting of wedgwood blue, pilasters flanking mirror and central panel are in 'Champagne'. Central panel done in a combination of painted line and sandblast. Floor laid with dull grey silvered clear pressed glass tiles, semi-circular raised floor done with similar tiles in concentric rings. Dressing table has an ivory opaque 'Vitroflex' base and head, and the bentwood stool is faced with the same material. From Decorative Art 1940 - The Studio Year Book, edited by C. G. Holme. [The Studio Ltd., London, 1940]
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