Clearlite Bathrooms celebrates 70 years with a number of new releases

Clearlite Bathrooms celebrates 70 years with a number of new releases
March 3, 2016

Established in 1946 and proudly 100% New Zealand owned and operated Clearlite Bathrooms will celebrate its 70th birthday with the launch of a new catalogue in April, together with a number of new and improved products.


If you have a tight space but do not wish to settle for a small shower, the new Cezanne 1200×800 sliding round shower may be the solution you are looking for. Designed with renovation in mind the 1200×800 size enables the shower to fit where a bath has been removed or in the case of a new build, will be perfect for a small bathroom or ensuite.


Clearlite will also be replacing the very popular corner moulded wall with a new moulding featuring significantly more storage space and the all-important footrest. This new moulded wall will be an option for all Cezanne and Millennium showers.

Vanities, Mirrors and Towers

You can never have enough storage and with this in mind Clearlite will increase the height of their single drawer Statesman and Cashmere vanity cabinets to enable storage of taller items within the cabinet. The Statesman and Cashmere ranges will also benefit from a new “Drawer Open” cabinet style which features a single drawer above an open shelf, perfect for the storage of towels.

Also new to the range are Pinnacle Slim vanities. Available in 600, 750 and 900 sizes with the same cabinet options as the existing Pinnacle range but 60mm less deep for those tighter spaces.

New 400×600 and 600×1000 Polished and Beveled edge mirrors are available now and a new 400×500 Mahia mirror cabinet will be available from April.

A complete revamp of the Clearlite tower range will also be introduced with a more functional range of sizes and features.


The trend towards clean simple lines continues and consequently Clearlite will introduce the all new Varo bath in June. Made in New Zealand by Clearlite, this bath will be 1675mm long, 750mm wide and 460mm deep and will be the epitome of simplicity.

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Athena expands the Contro back to wall bath range.


Following the successful launch of the Contro 1600×750 back to wall bath in 2015, Athena are pleased to announce the launch of new 1600×750 left and right hand versions. It was clear to Athena that many customers really like the look of free standing and back to wall baths but often are unable to fit them in the available space. The new left and right hand Contro baths can be positioned into the corner of a room, occupy less space than a standard 1675 bath while providing more bathing space than most 1800 baths. All this together with the clean look of a modern back to wall bath and easy installation should prove to be a welcome addition to the range. Contro left and right hand baths are available now.

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