Most of the early Norman castles were built from timber, but by the end of the 11th century a few, including the Tower of London, had been renovated or replaced with stone. 

 

 

Work on the White Tower – which gives the whole castle its name – is usually considered to have begun in 1078, however the exact date is uncertain. We are proud to design in Britain and with a strong focus on British heritage.

Our collection has been named after the Tower of London as the finish - stone itself reminds of the ones used by early labourers. Its beautiful chamfered finish and exquisite chrome details make a great marriage for any bathroom interior. Have a look at more collections here.