Whisky-MacNightly Interiors Introduces Stunning Range


Avid followers of household fashion will have been thrilled to discover that Whisky-McNightly Interiors Ltd (formerly Tubs, Taps and Toilets) the renowned High Street Sanitary Ware and Soft Furnishings outlet has revealed a stunning new range of bathroom tiles in its 2017 Catalogue. Based on the recently announced design for Threadbone Extra's Car Bumper Sticker Reward Programme, these premium porcelain portraits packed with panache are the perfect partner for perceptive patrons planning a prestige programme of improvement for their personal "pissoire".

Manufactured to the highest standards by Threadbone Ceramics (Shanghai) they are available exclusively from Whisky-McNightly Interiors Ltd, Osmington Mills and come in two designs for a limited period only. Costing only £36 per tile (or a straight £500 for a dozen) they are sure to pique the interest of tilophiles countywide. Interior Designer and editor of East Dorset Bathroom Monthly, Ivor Bidet predicted high volume sales but only amongst the well to do. "Unfortunately these fine examples of the tile-makers craft are unlikely to fall within the means of your average Jo (or more likely Josephine)", he opined, "but then again good taste rarely descends below stairs, so it's unlikely most people will know what they are missing. Those who can afford this kind of style will recognise a bargain when they see it whilst the great unwashed will remain - dare I say - unwashed". Mr Bidet's parner - Belgian carpet weaver - Perce Ian Rugge - agreed, though later admitted he had never met anyone on less than a 6 figure annual salary, but thought such people probably existed.


Clockwise from top left: Iberian Imperial Tile first in the new range; Embossed Emperor Tile, the more elaborate of the pair of designs and the two ceramic creations installed in a Great Heaving Complex Post-Encounter Refresher Room.

Clockwise from top left: Iberian Imperial Tile first in the new range; Embossed Emperor Tile, the more elaborate of the pair of designs and the two ceramic creations installed in a Great Heaving Complex Post-Encounter Refresher Room.


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