A marble bath cabinet has become the UK top-selling item in the country’s second largest supermarket after it sold for £12.5 million.
The marble countertops at the Westfield Martens supermarket in central London, where it has sold for nearly £12 million, are designed by a Bristol-based firm that also designed the bathrooms of the Queen’s Palace and Buckingham Palace.
The cabinet features a wide open floor, a marble countertop, and a stainless steel sink, with an array of mirrors that provide a glass floor.
The first floor features a full-size mirror, with a second-floor sink and a second glass floor for the rest of the bathroom.
It has a mirror in the bathroom for a woman, and another in the sink for a man.
The kitchen has a full bathroom, as well as a full sink, kitchen and bathroom, and has a large shower for a family.
The top spot goes to a marble cabinet from a London-based company called Abrasoft, which designed the cabinets in Italy and Germany.
It also designed a large bathroom cabinet in Hong Kong for the British ambassador.
The £12m pricetag of the Westfields marble counter tops, which sell for £1.1 million each, is in line with the £6.7 million that the store received in sales of its marble bathroom cabinets.
The Westfield marble bathroom Cabinet is currently listed for sale at £12 at Abrastor’s in Bristol.