Roman to Exhibit at BCFA Open

Leading international shower designer and manufacturer, Roman, is exhibiting at the first British Contract Furnishing Association’s (BCFA) Open Exhibition in Manchester.
Roman’s exhibition stand will showcase the full range of their capabilities, including bespoke showering solutions and bespoke Solid Surface across the bathroom. This Event is for BCFA Members to showcase their latest products to architects and interior designers. BCFA Open is a two day exhibition (26th – 27th October 2016) providing a Northern showcase of the very best UK contract furniture and furnishings.

Roman’s stand includes solid surface fabricated sink and vanity unit which flows into a shower enclosure and stands as one complete unit. It showcases Roman’s 8mm thick glass with outward opening doors, square chromed brass hinges and integrated finger pull handles. It stands on a low level solid surface shower tray, which presents a minimalist design and promotes inclusive accessibility.

All Roman products are manufactured in the UK at their headquarters in County Durham and they have recently opened a new Solid Surface Fabrication Plant. Roman has a long established Solid Surface (engineered stone) Moulding Plant on its main manufacturing Site in Newton Aycliffe and has recently expanded upon this. They manufacture integrated Solid Surface solutions for hotels, student accommodation and leisure facilities. These products are purely bespoke to the individual Project requirements.

David Osborne, Managing Director of Roman, commented:

“We are thrilled to be involved in the first BCFA Open Exhibition and to showcase our products surrounded by the very best UK contract furniture and furnishings companies.”


You can register for your free ticket to attend BCFA OPEN at



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